Signs and Symptoms of Persistent Back Pain
Most of the common signs of back pain may just be passing pain and can be ignored. Yet, the following symptoms will help you understand the severity of your condition:
- Burning pain in the muscles of your lower back
- Stabbing pain that impedes your bending
- Pain that moves down or shoots down to the legs
- Lifting something or reaching for something resulting in pain
- Relief from back pain when you sit or lie down
We focus on finding the underlying mechanical issues in the spine. We will use specific back pain treatment such as the DRX9000 to treat herniated disc, give pain relief with spinal stenosis or lack of motion in the back. Oftentimes, when pain radiates down the leg or is characterized as Sciatica, the DRX9000 can be an effective non surgical tool to correct the problem. When we measure and analyze the lumbar spine, we may locate the exact area creating the pain in your body. Once we have identified the source of your lower back pain, we can design a treatment plan to get you pain relief.
We also are the premiere office for the NUCCA chiropractic technique. When we measure and assess a patient for spinal instability or pain, we will measure range of motion, perform muscle strength testing, full nervous system testing of the lumbar spine and xrays to determine the best treatment to help you find relief.
We measure posture to understand how we need to restore balance and function to the spine. For example, we may assess one hip is not level, one leg may look short and contracted due to muscle imbalance. One shoulder may be not level or twisted. We may measure a large weight shift of the body to one side due to pain present with walking or standing. Once we have the details and understand how your spine is moving or perhaps more importantly not moving, we can make a clear path to correcting how your spine is moving. This will improve posture and help you stand more upright.
For severe back pain like what is described here, call us today for back pain relief that lasts.