Back Pain

Why you need Chiropractic care for Back Pain

Chiropractic care for back pain is a way to diagnose and treat any problems affecting your back and other problems that may affect your nerves, muscles, joints, bones bones. During our chiropractic treatment for your back pain we will do adjustment of the spine which  is the beginning of chiropractic care. The hands-on adjustment will be combine with other methods depending of each patient health problem or injury.

What Happens During a Visit to our office?

Your first visit will lasts between 30 to 60 minutes. We will ask you about your recents injuries and your health history. We will need to know about:

  • Past injuries and health problems
  • Current health problems
  • Any medicines and supplements you are taking
  • Lifestyle
  • Diet
  • Sleep habits
  • Exercise routine
  • Use of alcohol, drugs, or tobacco
  • Pregnancy

The treatment plan for the back may involve one or more manual adjustments in which we will manipulates the joints, using a controlled, sudden force to improve range and quality of motion. If necessary we will also incorporate nutritional counseling and exercise/rehabilitation into the treatment plan. The goals of our chiropractic care include the restoration of function and prevention of injury in addition to the  back pain relief.

Among people seeking back pain relief alternatives, most choose chiropractic care treatment. About 22 million Americans visit chiropractors annually. Of these, 7.7 million, or 35%, are seeking relief from back pain from various causes, including accidents, sports injuries, and muscle strains.

While chiropractic care can help with many other conditions, back pain relief is certainly one of its biggest advantages since millions suffer from this condition. The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health notes that in 2002, approximately four million people in the U.S. used chiropractic care. They note that: “Among those who had used chiropractic for back pain, 66 percent perceived ‘great benefit’ from their treatments.”