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Low Back Pain Treatment with Chiropractic

Written By Duluth Injury & Rehab Center on March 11, 2021

Low Back Pain Treatment Low back pain is one of the most common conditions amongst adults in the United States. According to the World Health Organization, the prevalence of non-specific low back pain is estimated to be between 60% and 70% in most industrialized countries. 

Unfortunately, because low back pain is so common, many individuals don’t take it as seriously as they should, and simply resort to taking over-the-counter pain medication. In recent years, however, chiropractic care has become an increasingly popular option for those looking to treat the source of their pain instead of the symptoms. 

Most Frequent Causes of Low Back Pain

To properly treat your low back pain, it’s important that you and your chiropractor figure out exactly what is causing your pain. There are countless reasons as to why you could be experiencing low back pain, including:

  • Injuries
  • Skeletal irregularities
  • Degenerative problems
  • Spinal cord/nerve problems
  • Non-spinal conditions

Determining the cause of your low back pain is crucial for determining which chiropractic treatment method will garner you the most relief. If you don’t already know the cause, your chiropractor will do a physical examination and may do some imaging to see any obvious causes of your back pain. If they can’t determine the cause, then further testing may be required. 

Chiropractic Treatments for Low Back Pain 

Once the cause of your low back pain has been determined, your chiropractor can start designing a treatment plan that is customized to your particular needs. 

In most cases, your treatment plan will include traditional chiropractic adjustments, which utilize gentle, controlled pressure to help return subluxated vertebrae of your spine back into their natural positioning. These treatments have been shown to decrease the intensity and frequency of low back pain and help increase spinal range of motion and reduce inflammation. 

While many patients report almost immediate relief from their low back pain after their first adjustment, it will take several adjustments to effectively treat your condition and ensure long-term pain relief.   

Low Back Pain Treatment Options in Duluth, GA

No matter how prevalent low back pain is, you should never assume that any level of pain is “normal.” Whether you are experiencing new or reoccurring pain, the Duluth Injury & Rehab Center team can help you find real, lasting relief and get you back on your feet. 

If you’re searching for a natural low back pain treatment option, then call our office at (770) 738-9589 to schedule your appointment today.


Posted In: Back Pain Chiropractic Low Back Pain