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Lower back pain occurs below the ribcage, in the lumbar section of your back. Pain the lower back can be intense, sometimes preventing you from standing, sitting, walking or moving comfortably.
There are two general types of lower back pain: acute and chronic. Acute low back pain is short-term, lasting a few days to a few weeks. Acute back pain usually goes away with home remedies or chiropractic care. Chronic lower back pain lasts 12 weeks or longer, and persists even after you receive treatment. Chronic pain in the lower back requires advanced treatment.
Lower back pain is very common, according to the National Institutes of Health, affecting eight out of 10 people at some time in life. Low back pain is the most common cause for work-related disability and a major reason people miss work.
Yes, chiropractic care treats lower back pain safely and effectively. Chiropractic treatment helps both acute pain in the lower back and chronic lower back pain. Your chiropractor may use a combination of treatments for low back pain, including:
Chiropractic care starts with state-of-the-art spinal and postural screenings to determine the cause of your lower back pain. Doctors may not always be able to find the source of back pain but these advanced diagnostic tests will help your chiropractor create an individualized treatment plan that safely and effectively treats your lower back pain.
If you have questions regarding your specific plan, please call our office.
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