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Common Causes of Back Pain

 

When someone feels pain in their back, there are several common causes. Some of the most common reasons why people feel pain in their back include:

 

Paraspinal Muscle Tightness: Some muscles run along the sides of the vertebrae. Sometimes, these muscles can become tight and knot, often due to overuse and poor posture. A trained chiropractor can help address paraspinal muscle pain and tenderness.

 

Bulging or Herniated Disc: Some small discs provide a cushion for the vertebrae in the back. If these discs herniate, the interior can leak out over the nerves in the spine. This can lead to severe pain.

 

Muscle Imbalance: Muscle imbalance is another common cause of back pain. The muscles in the back need to be balanced. If they aren't balanced, one set of muscles may end up working harder than the other, leading to pain. 

 

 

 

Why Choose Me?

 

It is simple – I genuinely care about the well-being of my clients. I won’t only subject you to a massage and move on to the next customer. I will take the time to sit down with you and discuss your living habits, diet, lifestyle, workload, and other factors that can cause your shoulder & hip pain. I will give you my undivided attention and treat you with the care and respect that you deserve. Finally, I will do more than simply assist you with your chronic pain, I will provide you with the moral support that you need to overcome your health issues.

 

 

 

 

Proper methods are applied when doing chiropractic massage. I make sure you feel the pressure and relief at the same time. Your back and other parts of your body might have been aching lately but you must not worry for too long since I am here to take care of it. You would feel less anxious after the process since you would already feel your body’s much healthier and lighter state.   

 

 

Heat and cold – experts may alternate ice and heat therapy to help patients treat back pain. Ice packs may be used to numb the lower back for ten to fifteen minutes and then switched to a heating pad, hot water bottle, or heat wrap to restore blood flow to the area and promote healing.