Seeing a chiropractor for regular chiropractic adjustments is one very important way to reduce your risk of developing middle back pain.

Proper posture when sitting or standing, strengthen the core muscles in the abdomen, and avoid activities with repetitive motions involving the back.

I will provide you strengthening exercises to do to help address issues you’re having with middle back pain or avoid them altogether.

Mid-back pain is typically a dull, constant ache in this area of the back, sharp pains, stiffness, tightness, problems breathing, and reduced mobility are all signs that something is going on with your mid-back part of your spine and needs to be addressed.

Common Causes

  • Posture issues 
  • Repetitive use 
  • Injury
  • Spinal stenosis 
  • Osteoporosis 
  • Arthritis 
  • BACK

mid-back pain

Dr. Mark McClure
For questions or to make an appointment please call

(513) 300-0592

Your Spine Needs a Doctor of its Own!


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