Back Pain Will I Have To Live With It?
Pain is a warning sign. Like the piercing sound from a smoke alarm, the alarm isn't the problem. The alarm has a cause, just like every ache or pain has a cause. Some people choose to cover up the pain instead of correcting the cause. What's your approach?
It makes sense to correct the cause instead of treating the symptom.
The nerve-rich facet joints on the back side of each spinal bone are a common cause of back pain. If these pairs of interlocking "fingers" aren't moving right, they can cause painful symptoms. The discs between spinal bones can be a source of back pain, too. These rings of fibrous tissues act as spacers, connectors and "shock absorbers" for the spine. Trauma can cause the soft, pulpy material in the middle to bulge or herniate, putting pressure on delicate nearby nerves. Once you know the cause, you have several choices. One approach is bed rest. But research shows that prolonged bed rest can actually delay recovery and make the problem worse!
Physical therapy is another option. But exercising spinal joints that aren't working right is like continuing to drive your car with misaligned tires! Another choice is to numb or cover up the pain with drugs. While drugs can offer temporary relief, they can't correct functional problems of affected spinal joints.
The most drastic measure is surgery. A laminectomy cuts off the offending facet joints, leaving the spinal cord exposed! A spinal fusion cuts out the disc tissue and immobilizes the joint. While there may be times when surgery makes sense, it's expensive, risky and more than half of all back surgeries fail. More and more people are choosing chiropractic care first, Specific chiropractic adjustments can help improve spinal function. Better yet, chiropractic care is safe. Chiropractic is natural. And chiropractic looks to correct the underlying cause of the problem.
Give us a call to schedule your $30 initial visit today and correct the problem before it becomes permanent. 530-577-5433
Hello! My name is Dr. Joshua Welch, and I am a leading chiropractor in South Lake Tahoe. If you are suffering from fibromyalgia, there are steps that you can take to help yourself, and one of those steps is to visit me at my office. I have successfully treated many patients with fibromyalgia and will be able to help you to manage your pain as well.
You won’t have to live with the chronic pain caused by fibromyalgia any longer when you follow the proper course of treatment, which includes regular visits to my office.
What is Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is a condition that causes pain in the muscles and soft tissues throughout the body. Because this is a condition that is affected by the central nervous system, people with fibromyalgia feel extreme pain where others may feel mild pain, and often, even when there has been no injury.
Fibromyalgia can cause a loss of energy and an inability to sleep, but it is a condition that is controllable. In fact, there are many ways that I as a chiropractor can help fibromyalgia patients deal with their pain.
Take Control of Your Life
The last thing that anyone needs to deal with is pain. If you are dealing with fibromyalgia, you know that this is a chronic condition that is never going to go away. But with the proper treatment, including the kind of chiropractic care I offer at my clinic, which is located in Meyers, , you can live a normal life, relatively free of pain from your condition.
Do not suffer when there are chiropractor treatments that work.Contact my office at 530-577-LIFE (5433) and make an appointment.