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Low Back Pain Treatment with Chiropractic

Written By Allen County Chiropractic Wellness Center on October 12, 2020

rsz lowbackpain1Back pain is the leading cause of disability in the world, and nearly 30 percent of Americans experience some form of lower back at any given time. While a common ailment, back pain can be severe or chronic and can impact a sufferer’s quality of life. Fortunately, there are several low back pain treatment options available to you, including chiropractic care

Common Causes of Back Pain 

Back pain has several causes, including injuries, accidents, strains, and sprains. However, low back pain can also be caused by lifestyle choices such as: 

  • Inactive lifestyle 
  • Obesity 
  • Smoking 
  • Wearing improper shoes, such as high heels 
  • Improper lifting 
  • Poor poster or slouching at your desk 

Back pain can also be caused by medical conditions, including: 

  • Arthritis 
  • Sciatica 
  • Bulging or herniated discs 
  •  Scoliosis 

Determining the source of your back pain will help you find the right low back pain treatment plan. 

Chiropractic Options for Low Back Pain Treatment 

Each year, around 22 million Americans visit a chiropractor. Of these, about 35 percent are seeking back pain relief caused by strains, sprains, accidents, sports injuries, and other causes. Chiropractic low back pain treatment options provide relief without medication or surgery. 

Chiropractic low back pain treatment primarily relies on spinal manipulation, also known as chiropractic adjustments. Adjustments involve short thrusts that are applied to the vertebra to release tension, improve function, reduce nerve irritability, reduce pain, and restore range of motion. Your chiropractic low back pain treatment plan may also use other services such as rehabilitative exercises, massage therapy, and dietary and lifestyle recommendations. 

Finding Low Back Pain Treatment in Fort Wayne 

Chiropractic low back pain treatment is non-invasive and doesn’t rely on the use of medication. About 77 percent of people who saw a chiropractor within the last year described their care as “very effective.” 

Dr. Monique Levesque-Hartle has been providing chiropractic low back pain treatment since 1993 and Dr. Shannon Nierman since 2009. To provide the best possible care for their patients, both doctors also use myofascial release techniques. This helps to remove scar tissue, muscle spasms, and adhesions without the use of drugs or surgery.

Dr. Shannon Nierman D.C L.Ac  has taken 100 hours of class for the chiropractic neurology program. He enjoys building long lasting relationships with his patients and the community.

Your first visit will include a consultation to discuss your medical history, symptoms and a physical examination. If your condition is severe, imaging may be ordered. In most cases, low back pain treatment is provided the same day for immediate relief. 

Are you searching for low back pain treatment in Fort Wayne? Don’t put up with back pain. Call our office today at (260) 432-7339 to schedule an appointment.

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