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Posted on 02-13-2017
At Lodes Chiropractic Center, our chiropractor in Wilmington can help you find back pain relief with chiropractic care, which involves the use of non-invasive treatment options to lower pain and promote health.
Back pain in Wilmington can be caused by a variety of injuries and conditions, including a sciatic nerve compression, sports injury, repetitive motion injury, car accident injury, herniated disc, sprain, strain, arthritis, osteoporosis, spinal stenosis and degenerative disc disorders. These injuries and conditions can cause mild to severe back pain that is either constant or intermittent. You may also experience numbness or tingling down one or both legs and a loss of range of motion in the back as well as muscle weakness and loss of endurance.
Back Pain treatment with our Wilmington chiropractor always starts with a consultation and complete physical exam. This is because we want to ensure that chiropractic care is the right choice for your back pain, and we want to develop a personalized treatment program that reduces your symptoms and heals your injuries.
Your personalized treatment program may include one or more of the following, including chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy, corrective exercises and lifestyle advice. In some cases, we may even recommend our ideal protein diet, which may help you lose weight.
One of the most common back pain treatment combinations is massage therapy combined with spinal adjustments. The massage therapy helps to relax your muscles and ligaments. It also promotes blood flow and reduces physical and mental stress. When you receive a spinal adjustment after your massage, our Wilmington chiropractor does not have to use as much force to adjust your vertebrae, and the adjustment lasts longer, which gives your body more time to heal.
To learn more about our treatments for back pain or to schedule an appointment with our back pain chiropractor, call us at 302-477-1565. We are currently offering free consultations for new patients.
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