Skip to main content

Low Back Pain Treatment with Chiropractic

Written By Reyna Chiropractic Clinic on July 13, 2018

Before you agree to get that risky back surgery, which may or may not help relieve your back pain, try chiropractic care.

Why Risk Back Surgery When You Don’t Have To?

You have probably known people, friends, colleagues, or family, who underwent the risk and expense of an invasive back surgery. 

Did it really help them?

If you are like most people, and you think about it, back surgery rarely helps in the long run. While it may provide temporary relief, sometimes, it can only last for a few years. And then things can get significantly worse.

Other times, surgery does absolutely nothing. The pain is still there. In the worst case scenario, the back surgery actually made things worse. It may have not only increased the pain, but reduced overall mobility.

Why risk it? 

We know why you are thinking about it, however. You may feel desperate. You just want the pain to stop.

How Chiropractic Care Can Help Your Back

Fortunately, there is a non-invasive, drug-free way to help alleviate your back pain. It doesn’t require surgery. 

In fact, you don’t even need to take your clothes off.

Chiropractic care for the low back typically involves spinal manipulation to help reduce stress in the spine and open space between the vertebrae. Much low back pain is caused by compression of the spine, where the spinal bones press on herniated or bulging discs. 

Creating more space between the spinal vertebrae can make a tremendous difference in how you feel.

Chiropractic care can also improve mobility by freeing up tight muscles and stiff joints. It also can reduce pain by reeducating the body to stop sending pain signals to the brain constantly.

No Surgery Needed

Often, with regular chiropractic care, you won’t need surgery anymore. You will improve your mobility and function. 

Chiropractic care does involve regular treatments at first to make the most progress, and we might also recommend some physical exercises to help support your healing. 

However, isn’t this better than getting under the knife?

Call us today at (559) 225-2859 to schedule an appointment. 

Posted In: Chiropractic Low Back Pain Treatment