LOW BACK PAIN
If you suffer from lower back pain, you likely never realized how much you use your low back until you experience the pain. You are not alone.
Low back pain can limit you from lying to sitting, sitting to standing, lifting, bending, household chores, and everyday life.
During your examination, our goal will be to identify the cause of your low back pain so we can arrive at a solution as quickly as possible. Then you can get back to doing the things you love to do! We have on-site diagnostic tools including digital X-Ray, along with a spinal decompression table to treat sciatica and disc bulges as quickly and effectively as possible with chiropractic care.
Low back pain is the leading cause of disability in the United States. Low back pain is a broad phrase that captures numerous conditions ranging from a minor strain or sprain, arthritis, all the way to disc herniations and spinal stenosis. Here at Coastal Chiropractic we see these conditions every day. For certain conditions, a specified chiropractic adjustment will remove your subluxations (bones that are stuck) allowing your body to heal itself properly. On the other hand, for more complex cases we use a special table called a Cox Flexion Distraction table. This table is extremely specific in supporting the adjustment by maximizing joint healing, removing nerve interference (which causes low back pain and change of sensation into the buttock and legs), improving joint function, and getting rid of your low back pain.
It is crucial to locate the root cause of your problem. It is not accidental that we have bones protecting the most important system in our body. With stuck bones choking exiting nerves our physical and overall health are impacted greatly. Symptoms are the late stage of any disease. Get checked now, and see how chiropractic can change your life by getting rid of your low back pain and improving your quality of life.
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