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Chiropractic Treatment for Low Back Pain in Rochester

At Boev Clinic, our experienced chiropractors will conduct a thorough evaluation to assess your condition and develop a comprehensive treatment plan designed to alleviate your pain and restore proper alignment and function to your spine.

Low back pain is one of the most common ailments reported by Americans, with approximately 80% of all adults experiencing this type of pain at some point in their lifetime. While many may temporarily mask this pain using over-the-counter anti-inflammatories or NSAIDs, there are several other ways to seek long-lasting relief in Rochester, and Canandaigua, including chiropractic treatment from the Boev Clinic.

Types of Low Back Pain We Treat

Back pain can be caused by any number of issues whether it be a traumatic injury, or an underlying medical condition. Frequent sources to back pain can include:

  • Disc degeneration
  • A herniated disc
  • A ruptured disc
  • Sciatica
  • Spondylolosthesis
  • Arthritis

Traditionally, back pain is broken into two comprehensive categories: acute back pain, and chronic back pain. Acute back pain will often go away within a few days or weeks, while chronic back pain is more likely to flare up during various periods, especially when provoked by strenuous activity like heavy lifting.

A majority of the patients treated at the Boev Clinic will be those that encounter chronic back pain, though our chiropractors also offer professional recommendations on how individuals may heal more quickly from an acute injury of the back.

Common Symptoms Associated with Low Back Pain

Individuals that suffer from low back pain are likely to experience one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Difficulty standing or walking
  • Muscle spasms
  • Cramping
  • Sudden pain rather than constant pain
  • Back muscles that are sore to the touch

Symptomatic pain in the lower back is often the result of a misalignment of the spine, or of strained muscles and tissues in the area. Individuals should seek professional care for this type of pain if it becomes worse, or if symptoms do not notably improve after four weeks of rest.

To speak with a chiropractor from the Boev Clinic about treatment for your low back pain, please call (585) 342-2638 or submit a request online today.

Treating Low Back Pain with Chiropractic Care

Our chiropractors frequently treat cases of chronic back pain using a variety of specialized techniques and tools. To begin, the Boev Clinic Chiropractor will perform a full assessment of the patient, their pain points, and areas of restricted movement. Once these insights are uncovered, our specialists will have a much better idea as to which types of chiropractic care will provide optimal results for the particular patient and their case of back pain.

Spinal Manipulation

Spinal manipulation, also commonly referred to as spinal adjustment, is used to realign the spine in its proper position. Simple everyday habits like poor posture can lead to substantial effects as the muscles of the back are overworked to compensate for the lost support from the spine, which can often relate to a person’s symptoms of pain in their lower back.

Manual realignment of the spine usually involves the use of a table where the patient lies down during adjustments. While on the table, the chiropractor will use their hands along with rapidly applied pressure to guide the spine back into its proper place.

Spinal manipulation can also be performed without the use of a specially designed table. Many chiropractors will elect to treat an individual while they sit relaxed in a regular chair. These adjustments also work to identify areas of tension within the muscles, and then relieve that tension by strategically applying pressure until the muscles begin to relax and release.

Massage Therapy

Similar to the discussion of pressure points above, massage therapy may be utilized by a chiropractor in combination with other treatments. One specific method called Active Release Technique (ART) is frequently implemented to locate a patient’s trigger point and break up any scar tissue that may have formed there. This scar tissue is not uncommon, and often develops over many years as the soft tissues and muscles of the back become progressively tighter until they harden into a stiff knot.

Physical Therapy

Once the spine and its surrounding tissues have been treated and realigned, it is recommended that many individuals continue with physical therapy sessions in order to prevent episodes of debilitating back pain from occurring in the future. Exercises used in physical therapy sessions with your chiropractor can help patients to strengthen key muscle groups, which also helps to avoid injury to other areas of the body as well.

Schedule a Lower Back Pain Treatment Today!

If you are experiencing lower back pain, don’t wait any longer to seek treatment. At Boev Clinic, we offer non-surgical pain care techniques to help alleviate your pain and improve your quality of life.

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