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WHY IS MY BACK HURTING?

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CTS can help with Back Pain

When it comes to understanding why is my back hurting from a chiropractic perspective, it's important to consider the intricate relationship between the spine, nervous system, and overall musculoskeletal health. AT CTS Chiropractic we focus on identifying the underlying causes of back pain then start treating the symptoms. Here are some common reasons for back pain as viewed by CTS Chiropractic:

  1. Spinal Misalignment: Subluxations, or misalignments of the vertebrae in the spine, can cause pain and discomfort. Chiropractors use manual adjustments or gentle spinal manipulation techniques to realign the spine, alleviate pressure on nerves, and restore proper function.

  2. Poor Posture: Modern lifestyles often involve prolonged sitting, slouching, or improper lifting techniques, leading to poor posture. This can strain the muscles, ligaments, and joints of the back, resulting in pain. Chiropractors can help correct posture imbalances and provide guidance on ergonomics to prevent further strain.

  3. Muscle Imbalances and Tension: Imbalances in muscle strength and flexibility can contribute to back pain. Chiropractors assess muscle imbalances and may recommend specific exercises, stretches, or soft tissue techniques to release tension, improve muscle balance, and restore optimal function.

  4. Herniated or Bulging Discs: Spinal discs act as cushions between the vertebrae. If a disc becomes herniated or bulges, it can put pressure on nearby nerves, causing back pain. Chiropractors may use spinal decompression techniques or other specialized treatments to alleviate pressure on the affected discs.

  5. Joint Dysfunction: Dysfunction in the facet joints of the spine can lead to pain and restricted movement. Chiropractic adjustments help restore joint mobility, reduce inflammation, and relieve pain associated with joint dysfunction.

  6. Injury or Trauma: Accidents, sports injuries, or sudden movements can cause acute back pain. Chiropractors can assess the extent of the injury, provide pain relief, and guide the healing process through targeted adjustments, therapeutic exercises, and other rehabilitative techniques.

  7. Lifestyle Factors: Poor nutrition, sedentary lifestyle, excessive stress, and lack of exercise can contribute to back pain. Chiropractors can provide guidance on lifestyle modifications, including exercise programs, nutritional advice, and stress management techniques to support overall spinal health.

It's important to remember that every individual is unique, and a chiropractic evaluation is necessary to determine the specific cause of your back pain. CTS Chiropractic take a holistic approach, considering your overall health and well-being to develop personalized treatment plans that address the root cause of your pain and support long-term recovery.

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