Lower back pain is a leading cause of disability. It not only interferes with your quality of life, but also impacts work performance of the affected individual. What’s more, some cases of lower back pain are due to specific causes, and as a result, healthcare professionals remain unable to provide optimal pain relief to individuals who suffer from non-specific lower back pain. For such individuals, chiropractic care for back pain remains a viable treatment option.

At HealthFirst Spine & Wellness, we use a variety of chiropractic treatments to help our patients cope with the pain and get back to the activities they like to perform. In order to provide safe and effective treatment to patients, our chiropractors develop an individualized treatment plan that’s based on the underlying cause, the severity of the pain, and the overall health of the patient.

What Causes Lower Back Pain?

Most commonly, lower back pain is caused due to damage to the ligaments and muscles of the low back. However, in certain cases, there may be no underlying cause of the pain. The severity of such pain may range from mild to severe, but it’s usually of a short duration.

Common symptoms of lower back pain include:

  • Sciatica
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Injury and trauma
  • Others: Tumors, infections, and uncommon bone disorders

Chiropractic Care for Back Pain

Chiropractic care is known to be an effective treatment for most underlying causes of lower back pain, including sciatica, degenerative disc disease, and osteoarthritis. In addition to this, it also helps in the management of non-specific back pain.

At HealthFirst Spine & Wellness, we use spinal manipulations in combination with massage therapy, exercise, and dietary modifications to offer pain relief to the patient. This an all-natural approach that produces little or no side effects and helps patients get rid of the pain.

To learn more about how the effectiveness of chiropractic care for back pain or to schedule a chiropractic consultation in Austin, you may call us at 512 301 5996.