Do you or someone you know suffer from lower back pain?
... Because 80% of people suffer from it at some point in their life. It is estimated that lower back pain affects more than half of the adult population each year and more than 10% of all people experience frequent bouts of low back pain.
The lower back is a very unstable part of the spine.
When healthy and functioning correctly the lower back can withstand tremendous forces without injury. However if it is out of adjustment or has weakened supporting muscles something as simple as picking up a bag were even bending down can cause low back injury. Back pain probably will not heal on its own pain may go away temporarily but it will probably return. Low back pain requires chiropractic care.
Causes of Low Back Pain
There are many different conditions that can result in low back pain, including: sprained ligaments, strained muscles, ruptured discs, trigger points and inflamed joints. While watching the results of sports injuries or accidents sometimes even picking up something that you dropped from the floor can cause low back pain. In addition, arthritis, poor posture, obesity, psychological stress, and even kidney stones, kidney infections, blood clots, or bone loss can lead to pain.
Other common causes include: subluxations
Fortunately, chiropractic treatments for low back pain is usually pretty straightforward. Simple adjustments often take care of the situation.
Chiropractic adjustments for low back pain have been repeatedly shown to be the most effective treatment for low back pain many major studies have shown that chiropractic care is more effective, cheaper and has better long-term outcomes than any other treatment all other treatments such as aspirin or other pain killers, muscle relaxants or even bed rest only serve to decrease the symptoms of the problem but do not correct the problem itself.
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1652 S Highway 165
Providence, UT 84332
(south of Maceys, between IHC and Edwards Furniture)
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
7:30am - noon & 2:30pm - 6:00pm
7:30 a.m. - noon