Low Back Pain: Chiropractic Care for Relief and Mobility
Understanding Low Back Pain
Low back pain is a prevalent issue that can stem from various causes, such as muscle strain, disc herniation, or chronic conditions like arthritis. It can range from a mild, persistent discomfort to acute, incapacitating pain, affecting everyday activities.
Chiropractic Approach to Low Back Pain
At Go Chiro Mobile, we provide a personalized approach to addressing low back pain, which includes:
- Spinal Adjustments: Realignment of the lumbar spine to reduce nerve pressure and muscular tension. Learn more about Chiropractic Manipulation.
- Soft Tissue Therapy: Techniques aimed at decreasing muscle spasms and stiffness in the lower back. Learn more about Mobile Myofascial Release.
- High Power Laser Therapy: A non-invasive method using concentrated light energy to accelerate healing and reduce pain in the lumbar area. Learn more about Laser Therapy.
- Core Strengthening Exercises: Personalized exercises to improve core muscle strength, offering better support for the lower back.
- Posture Correction: Guidance on maintaining proper posture to avert recurrent low back issues. Learn more about Posture Training.
What to Expect
Many patients report feeling relief after initial treatments. However, more chronic or severe cases might require a longer course of therapy. In addition to chiropractic adjustments, we might suggest specific exercises and lifestyle modifications to aid in recovery and prevent future episodes.
Benefits Beyond Pain Relief
Consistent chiropractic care for low back pain can lead to increased flexibility, stronger core muscles, and an overall improvement in life quality.
Common Terms for Low Back Pain:
- Lumbar strain
- Disc herniation
Conditions Often Related to Low Back Pain:
- Herniated disc
- Spinal stenosis
ICD 10 Codes Often Associated with Low Back Pain:
- M54.5 (Low back pain)
- M51.36 (Other intervertebral disc degeneration, lumbar region)
- S33.5 (Sprain of ligaments of lumbar spine)
- M99.03 (Segmental and somatic dysfunction of lumbar region)
- M54.16 (Radiculopathy, lumbar region)
- M54.4 (Lumbago with sciatica)
Radiologic Findings Often Seen Relating to Low Back Pain:
- Degenerative disc disease
- Lumbar spondylosis
- Disc space narrowing
- Facet joint arthropathy