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What Are Some Causes of Low Back Pain?


If you have lower back pain, most likely, you will want it removed as quickly as possible. This kind of pain could have a number of causes, and you will want to have your back looked at by a chiropractor to help determine the cause – and to get pain relief. Besides just assuming it was caused from a football game with the guys, it could be a muscle tear, a sprain, or it could be a disc injury. You may also have arthritis or deteriorating disks. At any rate, you need to know so that you can get a proper diagnosis, treatment, and an easing of the pain.

When you first go to a chiropractor, you'll be asked a few questions about your overall health, and most likely, an x-ray will be taken. The x-ray will let the chiropractor know if adjustments can safely be given, and if they will help you at all. If not, you will be referred to a specialist.

It is possible that your pain may be caused by a pinched nerve or similar problem. You may have had some kind of treatment that did not work. In many cases, a chiropractor is able to help. In fact, it is quite likely that you may not realize how many back problems can be helped by realigning the spine, or neck. Many other problems can also be helped, and all of them will be done without surgery or drugs. They may also be able to help bring relief and healing if you suffer from allergies, high blood pressure, asthma, anxiety, insomnia, and more.

Chiropractors use different forms of treatment, too. This could include adjustments, spinal decompression, massage, exercises, and more. They also offer services for children, acupuncture, weight loss, and help to stop smoking. They can help you and your whole family to stay healthier and feel better.

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