Chiropractic Treatment For Lower Back Pain
Causes of Lower Back Pain
There are numerous causes of lower back pain. Most often these are benign and mechanical in origin. Lower back pain that are described as a localised ache and only last for few days are generally due to muscle strain. Lower back pain is a common problem for both men and women of age between 30 - 50 years. People who sits in the same position for more time may be at home or at work will have more chances for developing the lower back pain. Kids wearing the backpacks of large size and more weight are also having the risk of developing lower back pain. Chiropractic treatment for lower back pain is the most effective way to get rid of it.
For pain that are more intense, persistent or associated with other symptoms like numbness, tingling or referral pain may be caused by mild to moderate disc injury; facet syndrome, piriformis syndrome or sacroiliac joint dysfunction. These conditions can be treated effectively with Chiropractic with good results. You can speed up your recovery by having early treatment than if you just wait the pain to go away. This can save you a lot of time and money.
Chiropractic treatment for lower back pain
Chiropractic treatment for lower back pain involves spinal manipulation to restore normal spinal alignment, muscle tone and nerve function, therefore promoting healing and recovery. In the course of treatment, severe aches and pain will reduce and gradual return of normal activities can be achieved.
Even though there are many different causes for lower back pain, there are some things you can do to prevent the chance of experiencing it. Avoid sitting in a same position for long periods. Especially at work, you have to maintain more flexibility on your lower back. This can be attained by getting up and moving around after you have been sitting for 30 minutes. This will also prevents the stiffness in your body. Always ask for help when you are lifting the objects and always lift with your legs not with your back. Finally, warm up your muscles and prevent injuries by streching your body.