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Lower Back Pain Treatment


Lower back pain is the most common cause of disability among patients worldwide. You may experience it after a sports injury, an accident, or even when performing simple movements.

While most people experience acute pain, the ache in your lower back can last much longer. As a result, lumbar spine pain might have a negative impact on your daily life. For example, it might affect your mobility and mental well-being. Moreover, persistent lower spine pain may prevent you from performing simple tasks or enjoying your hobbies.

A painful lower back can also affect your mood. You might be more prone to serious emotional issues caused by stress over your condition, resulting in anxiety and frequent mood swings. Moreover, chronic lower back pain can lead to low self-esteem and make you distant from your loved ones.

Treating an aching lower back will help improve your physical and mental health. A variety of lower back pain remedies are available, including chiropractic care and physical therapy. Both treatments can help relieve your pain, make your body work at its best again, and regain optimal health. Additionally, with chiropractic care and physical therapy, you can easily return to the activities you enjoy.

Restoring, maintaining, and optimizing human function is our mission at LifeClinic. We employ a holistic approach to lower back pain treatment, and our team will help you go beyond limits. We’ll help you identify the root of your pain and provide the right treatment. Partner with us and we’ll work towards a healthier you.


Treat Lower Back Pain with Chiropractic Care & Physical Therapy

LifeClinic’s chiropractors and physical therapists treat lower back pain through different methods. Let’s look at how our services can help you ease your pain and improve your overall health.

Chiropractic Care for Lower Back Pain

Managing your pain through chiropractic care puts you at a lower risk of experiencing side effects. Our chiropractors use different types of treatments to address your lower back pain.

  • Spinal Adjustments – These treatments will help you gain a more balanced posture, soothe pain, and restore spine or joint movement.
  • Exercise Programs – Our chiropractors might also recommend exercises for better posture and fewer injuries. As a result, you can expect a flexible, stronger back.
  • Diet Management – Our team may give suggestions on how to improve your diet because it can help you manage the pain better. Moreover, we’ll help you start healthier habits and maintain the proper weight.

Lower Back Pain Relief with Chiropractic Treatment

Compared to medicine and surgery, chiropractic care is safe and non-invasive. Patients can treat an aching lower back through spinal adjustments instead of taking over-the-counter pain relievers.

  • Personalized Treatment Plans – Our team will develop a treatment plan based on your patient interview and physical exam. You can expect to go through these steps during your first visit.
  • Integrated Care – We’ll combine chiropractic care with physical therapy and rehabilitation to help you treat your pain and restore your body’s function.
  • Better Health – Chiropractic care also reduces swelling and improves range of motion and flexibility. In turn, it can lead to well-toned and stronger muscles.

Physical Therapy for Lower Back Pain

Like our chiropractic services, LifeClinic’s physical therapy services will help you soothe pain, regain movement, and stay healthy to prevent future injuries.

  • Patient Interview – We’ll ask you about your medical history, lifestyle, and other possible lower back pain symptoms.
  • Therapy Assessment – We’ll look into the root causes of your pain by conducting a physical exam so we can provide an accurate diagnosis.
  • Personalized Treatment – After your interview and exam, we’ll summarize your results and plan the proper treatment for your needs.

Treat an Aching Lower Back with Physical Therapy

Our physical therapists will treat your pain through various methods. These include the following:

  • Heat or Cold Therapy – We can use any of these therapies to lessen muscle spasms and swelling.
  • Core Exercises – These exercises will help you build a stronger core to ease pain and disability.
  • Endurance & Fitness Exercises – We’ll also recommend moderate to high-intensity exercises that’ll help reduce your back pain.

Frequently Asked Questions

Typically, back pain is caused by sprains and strains. Injuries, infections, and conditions such as sciatica and scoliosis may cause a painful lower back, as well. You might also experience lower back pain caused by weakened discs and your vertebrae rubbing against each other.

Self-care measures such as proper rest and applying a hot or cold compress can help acute pain subside within several days. However, in some cases, the ache in your lower back might last longer. For instance, you may feel chronic back pain even if you’ve treated a previous injury or addressed the cause of acute lower back pain.

Your sleeping position, mattress, or set of pillows may contribute to morning back pain. The way you sleep can strain your back, for instance, so consider putting pillows around your body to help relieve your pain. On a similar vein, a mattress that fails to support your weight can also be a reason for lower back pain. Other causes of back pain in the morning include excessive exercise, degenerative disc disease, and fibromyalgia.

You have several options for lower back pain relief. Improving your sleeping habits and sleeping position can help with your pain. Good posture is also an effective way to soothe a painful lower back.

Additionally, staying active, building stronger muscles, and maintaining a healthy weight through a healthy diet and regular exercise can also help. Pain relievers are an option, as well.

You can consult a chiropractor if your lower back pain is caused by hard tissue, such as your spine and joints. Moreover, persistent symptoms accompanied by a pinched nerve might indicate that it’s time you see a chiropractor. The affected nerve produces an intense pain that worsens with further movement.

You can also try chiropractic care if other treatments fail to ease your pain. A chiropractor will help treat the root cause of your pain so you can return to your normal activities.

Other services we offer

At LifeClinic, our approach to treatment is centered on helping you maintain, restore, and optimize your body’s overall function.

We address various pain symptoms including acute pain, chronic pain, and pain caused by an injury or underlying condition.

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