Back And Neck Care

When nonsurgical actions cease to help, an operation may be necessary for pain relief and optimal condition of life. Be Rest assured. We want to get you relieved of pain, stress, and risk of your condition. Our mission is to help you recognize your pain, and provide you with the chiropractic knowledge and ability to select the best course of care for your pain management.

 Individuals who have experienced spine pain or spine-related pain, neck pain, arm pain, leg pain or low back pain, lose out on their quality of life, and we can help you get your life get back on a pain-free track.

Low back pain

Low back pain is one of the most commonly occurring  issues. Muscles, tendons, and ligaments can stretch of overexertion, poor posture, lifting activities, physical stress, and injury.

Degenerative ailments such as arthritis can create the spinal structures to break down and put stress on the spinal cord or nerves. Nerve stress in the lumbar spine can create symptoms to spread to the buttocks, legs, and feet. This is because the nerves that exit the spinal cord at the lumbar spine tour to these areas.

The majority of people with low back pain get comfort with nonsurgical treatments. However, if your signs grow or persist, back surgery can be an effective treatment.

Causes of low back pain

  • Pelvic inflammatory disease
  • Slipped herniated disc
  • Sciatica
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Kidney stones


Depending on the cause, severity, and duration, The treatment for low back pain is decided. Most of the treatment is either done by pain medications, short periods of rest, and exercise. You may be asked to wear a back belt at the onset of pain for support. OTC medication or prescription medication may be employed to reduce your pain. Still, if the symptoms do not improve significantly, the doctor may inject your back with pain-relieving medication.

Physical therapists can provide medications to reduce your pain, and muscle spasms. They will show you activities to smoothly stretch and strengthen your back and abdominal muscles. Moreover,  your adequate postures or body mechanics to use during actions, such as how to position your back when lifting.

Recommended Treatment Procedures

  • Cervical disectomy
  • Lumbar Disectomy
  • Spinal lumbar fusion
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