Back Pain Treatment in Erie
If you are living with chronic back pain then chiropractic care in Erie might be a good treatment option. Almost everyone will experience some form of back pain, ranging from slightly irritating to completely crippling, in their lifetime. Whatever the degree of pain you are experiencing and whether it is acute or has become chronic, at the very least you would probably rather live without it. In the most extreme cases in can be difficult to go on living with it. This article aims to help you to understand what causes lower back pain, and how chiropractic treatment can help you achieve lasting back health so that you can go on enjoying those walks in the park.
Back Pain in Erie
Low back pain is the most common reason people come in to see the chiropractor, so it’s a good thing that multiple studies have shown chiropractic as the most effective, time efficient, and cost effective treatment of low back pain when compared to surgery, medication, physical therapy, and massage. Not only is chiropractic care beneficial for a current injury, people under chiropractic care have a decreased chance of the injury reoccurring again.
Most people with low back pain have a problem with one of the spinal discs, the soft tissue in between the bony vertebrae. If one of the vertebrae are out of place, it puts more stress on the disc, causing inflammation and irritation to the surrounding nerves. The irritation of the nerves in the low back can result in anything from low back or hip pain, to numbness and tingling all the way down to the feet, pain in the knees or ankles, weaker muscles in the lower body, and even bowel and bladder issues.
By visiting a chiropractor, you can make sure that all the nerves in your lower back stay healthy, and therefore, all of the structures that the nerves go to remain healthy as well!
If you have questions about how our team at Live Your Life Chiropractic can help you, please schedule a consultation today.
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