If the back pain is chronic, it may be related to a progressive condition, such as osteoporosis or arthritis. Some patients also experience back pain because of herniated or ruptured discs in the back.
Each of these treatments can help patients to manage and improve their pain without resorting to more invasive options like surgery. Better Chiropractic recognizes that each case of back pain is unique. Each time a patient reports back pain, the staff at Better Chiropractic takes the time to diagnose the patient accurately and develop an appropriate, individualized treatment plan.
Chiropractic care can address many of the issues that contribute to back pain, including stiff joints, tense muscles, and problems with the alignment of the spine. Chiropractic care can also be used in combination with other treatment modalities to give patients the best chance of a full recovery.
However, prompt treatment of pain often improves the outcome. Better Chiropractic encourages patients to seek treatment for back pain as soon as possible in order to prevent further damage and promote quick healing.