There’s No Reason to Accept Chronic Back Pain
There are various forms of back pain– from a dull, persistent ache to sharp, abrupt spikes of pain– that can make it hard to move or be comfortable while idle. Back pain is often brought about by an incident for instance, lifting something to heavy or a fall and can then worsen with time.
Your risk for back pain rises as you get older, if you find yourself in poor physical shape, or if you are overweight. Stress can also trigger back pain.
Lots of individuals with back pain are experiencing mechanical problems involving the interaction of the muscles and nerves in their back and their spine. These may be caused by a breakdown of the spinal discs, spasms, muscle tension, pinched nerves and burst discs.
The back and spine are the frame upon which the rest of the body sits. So when something is out of balance in your back, it can quickly bring on other problems in other parts of your body, including headaches, neck aches, tingling or numbness in the arms and legs, and other symptoms.
Back Pain Responds Very Well to Therapy
Our spinal disc practitioners use natural, all natural techniques to return equilibrium to the spine and restore the body to its normal, pain-free state. Our experts never use drugs or surgery to treat back pain. Alternatively, we rely entirely on gentle, non-surgical spinal decompression treatment to allow our patients to benefit to their individual healing potential.
This relieves the stresses on the discs, nerves and back muscles that cause most back pain so you can often get soothing relief beginning with your very first gentle, non-surgical spinal decompression therapy.
Keep the Pain from Worsening
Our goal is to restore your body’s natural balance to ensure that your pain doesn’t get any worse… and in fact gets better faster than you ever thought achievable.
Back Pain Treatment Plan
Unlike other kinds of medicine our spinal disc health professionals don’t simply address the symptoms of pain and discomfort. Rather, we work to restore your spine’s natural balance so that you can get rid of your pain permanently if possible, as opposed to simply masking it with drugs or using invasive procedures that can take weeks and even months of recovery.
Even if another doctor has recommended that you undergo back surgery to relieve your back pain, why not try gentle, non-surgical spinal decompression treatment first. This often is the gentlest and least invasive of all medical procedures and in many cases can provide better relief.
Back pain is something no person should have to tolerate. We’re ready to assist you if you or somebody you know has been suffering from back pain and don’t know where to turn for help.
Contact Bettendorf Disc Center at (563) 344-0908 for your Free Consultation Today!