Lower Back Pain

The lower area of the spine is the lumbar spine. 80% of the worldwide population of low back pain at some point in their lives. Causes Several factors may be responsible for lumbar pain, small fractures in the spine due to osteoporosis, muscle pain, ruptured or herniated disk, disk degeneration, misalignment of the vertebrae, and scoliosis, among other things . Whatever the cause of low back pain, it usually involves spasms of the large, supportive muscles that lie along the spine. Spasm and stiffness accompanying back pain can be particularly uncomfortable.

Symptoms A person with back pain may experience a range of symptoms, such as a tingling or burning sensation, a dull ache or sharp pain, like you can experience weakness in the legs or feet. Not necessarily be an event that actually causes pain because it is possible that the person has been doing a lot of things inadequate, like standing, sitting or lifting, for a long time.

Then suddenly, one simple movement, like reaching for something in the shower or bending, leads to the sensation of pain. The most often feels back pain for the first time just after lifting a heavy object, standing in a sudden, abrupt, to sit in one position for a long time, or have an injury (eg a fall or accident).

But before this that incident, the structures of our back and can be corrected. Chiropractic treatment helps to restore normal body function, providing adequate mobility and joint alignment with specific settings, eliminating the muscle tension, nerve and pain. Avoiding patients undergoing aggressive and invasive treatments include medications and surgery.