Pain that affects the back is most commonly associated with the lower back (lumbago), although any part of the back which is experiencing pain may be improved with chiropractic care.
The majority of people suffer from acute back pain which means that the pain is not related to an underlying condition. The cause of the pain may be from an injury after for example, lifting something heavy or bending awkwardly. Back pain may also be from poor posture or repetitive strain. Sometimes back pain is chronic and then the management and minimising of pain becomes paramount in order for the individual to be able to continue their day to day life.
Whether your back pain is acute or chronic, make an appointment with one of our chiropractors who will aim to find a solution. We may use a number of different techniques such as chiropractic manipulation, soft tissue therapy and we can also advise on exercises which will help you to manage your discomfort and relieve your pain.