Low back pain can be due to a variety of conditions. Some common causes of low back pain include poor posture, lack of exercise, inflammation, muscle trauma, disk degeneration, arthritis, and facet joint damage. To determine what is causing your low back pain, we recommend a thorough examination by one of our doctors.
Chiropractic adjustments increase the joint range of motion, where tightness and stiffness are palpated upon a chiropractic examination. Our chiropractors can perform chiropractic adjustments on any joint where dysfunction is present. Our office utilizes multiple adjusting techniques for added comfort.
Spinal decompression is a chiropractic technique used to help treat many conditions associated with low back pain and neck pain. It is a non-surgical technique that aims to increase spinal motion and apply a decompressive effect to the joints of the spine. At RYSE Chiropractic in Moss Bluff, LA (Lake Charles area), we deliver spinal decompression through a therapy called Flexion-Distraction.
Manual therapy is also an excellent treatment option for low back pain. Manual therapy helps to relieve low back pain by using various treatment techniques to induce muscle relaxation and pain relief. To read more about our various manual therapy techniques, click here.
Dry needling is often a painless and effective procedure for low back pain. This treatment technique uses very fine filiform needles to penetrate the skin, resulting in muscle relaxation, increased microcirculation, and nervous system regulation. Check your chiropractor's licensing and certifications to ensure the highest quality outcomes.
We often provide tips for posture correction when necessary. Strengthening of the proper muscles is also essential to stabilize the musculature to prevent trigger points, pain, and dysfunction from occurring in the future.
Anyone who gets low back pain regularly would benefit from chiropractic treatment. Low back pain can also start without a definite cause. If you are struggling with low back pain, chiropractic treatment can help. Chiropractic treatment can also prevent future episodes of low back pain from occurring. Contact us for an examination and treatment plan today. You can schedule your next visit by clicking here.