80% of people will experience lower back pain at some point in their lives, and it is the main
cause of disability in Canada. Estimates place the prevalence of chronic lower back pain at 4%
to 25% of the population.
For both acute and chronic lower back pain, the majority of high-quality evidence-based
guidelines recommend the following treatments as effective first-line treatments:
Low back pain can be debilitating, making everyday activities difficult and uncomfortable.
Fortunately, chiropractic care offers a safe solution to help heal your low back pain.
Eventually, most lower back pain disappears on its own. However, why should people wait
weeks or months in agony while missing out on time with their families, friends, and jobs? when
chiropractic care might help them return to themselves sooner?
Inflammation frequently occurs in the area of the injury. Scarring is a part of the inflammatory
process, and this causes a loss of flexibility and spinal motion.
Healthcare professionals are unsure of the extent of tissue damage that may be left behind in
the spinal joints, membranes, nerve sheaths, and spinal nerves, as well as in the spinal
ligaments and related muscles, tendons, and fascia following bouts of back pain and
dysfunction. Scar tissue predisposes the injured person to experience back discomfort in the
Furthermore, trauma to joints speeds up the development of Osteoarthritis in the spine. In
addition to trauma, untreated low back pain may also accelerate the development of
When a patient has a history of multiple bouts of back pain or injury, it will require more
sessions over a longer length of time. Loss of joint motion occurs when scar tissue forms
around the spinal segment(s), ligaments, and other tissues.
Nerve injury, which leaves numbness, tingling, sensory alterations, and muscle weakness in the muscles and skin supplied by that nerve, can happen if the scarring impacts neurological tissue. Chiropractic adjustment before and after.
Just try tying your shoes or putting on your boots without being able to lean forward. In fact,
people frequently accept their inability to move freely, believing it to be normal, when in reality,
their inability to do so is caused by a lack of spinal motion and, unintentionally, by their lack of
knowledge of spinal care and the role that chiropractic plays in preserving spinal motion and
ranges of motion.
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