LOWER BACK PAIN

 
Low back pain is a very common problem, second only to the common cold as a reason for a doctor visit. In fact, at least 8 out of 10 people will have low back pain at some point in their lives, with more than 95% having the problem more than once. Muscle spasms, Trauma, Accident, Repeated damage to the spine, Heredity, Aging, Disease, Irritated nerves, Referred pain from other body organs, Stress, Poor Posture, Poor muscle tone, Excess weight, Strenuous activities, Inactivity are all causes of low back pain.

Even others symptoms, which seem unrelated can be important clues as to the source of your problem- such as abdominal pain, menstrual pain, nausea, diarrhea or constipation.

An adjustment is intended to decrease muscle spasm and to help restore normal mobility to the painful area. The increased mobility helps promote circulation and helps ensure proper nutrition to the joints and spine, and is thereby believed to decrease irritation, inflammation and pain.

Gentle adjustment of the spine is given to alleviate the pain you are suffering and to correct as much as possible the area that is causing the problem. Adjustments are given after the initial pain is gone so that the area becomes strengthened and stable so that the first time you lift something or move a certain way your back goes out again and you have the same problem again. Each time that happens it becomes more chronic and hardly to stabilize and achieve maximum correction.
     
       

Dr. Mark McClure
For questions or to make an appointment please call (513) 423-7855

drmarkmcclure@att.net
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