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Chiropractic Care for Back Pain
If you are a person who visits your chiropractor regularly to keep your body in tip-top shape, or if you make regular visits to relieve chronic back pain, you will more than likely love your chiropractor.
If you have never been, you may be wondering if they will ‘crack your bones’ and cause more pain than you are already experiencing. To make it perfectly clear and to ease your mind, chiropractors do not crack bones.
Your Chiropractor Does Not ‘Crack’ Your Bones
Chiropractic care is a non-surgical treatment that helps many problems that affect the musculoskeletal system and nervous system. Chiropractors perform specific manipulations to the spine and its surrounding structures. As they make their manipulations, you may hear a sound that may sound like a pop or crack, but it’s just a change in the pressure of the joint.
Some patients don’t even feel like they have been ‘fixed’ unless they hear the popping sounds. They assume the bones have ‘cracked ‘ back into place. This is not the case. However, they will certainly feel better if any misalignment is now realigned.
Chiropractors may use different methods when treating your back pain. For example, they may use a hands-on approach or special instruments. Depending on your problem, they will assess what treatment will work best for you.
Spinal adjustments or spinal manipulation is also referred to as “spinal manipulative therapy”. This is when chiropractors may use their hands or another device when applying controlled force to specific areas of the spine.
With spinal or manual manipulation, a spring-loaded pistol-sized device is often used. This applicator is an amazing device if you have ever seen it in action. The chiropractor uses it to make adjustments to the vertebrae. When administered, it causes a high velocity thrust which is aimed at the abnormal vertebra. There are also non-thrusting devices used. Again, your chiropractor will use what is best for you.
This involves low velocity manipulation where the muscles and joints are moved and stretched. The main goal of mobilization is just that. To increase the range of motion in the problem areas of the muscles and joints. If the problem area can gain a better range of motion, then the pain and discomfort experienced will more than likely reduce.
Trigger Point Therapy and Chiropractic
Have you ever had someone rub your sore painful back as they do you feel their fingers hit the ‘pain’ spot and you say, “That’s it! Right there!”
Well if you have then perhaps you have also seen your chiropractor do the exact same thing. It’s as if they know exactly where it hurts. They know all your trigger points. Once they know where it hurts they can focus on applying pressure to the painful areas.
It may seem contradictory that pressure is applied to painful areas, but it actually opens up the area and releases the tension. It actually feels good to have the painful parts pressed.
Continued Chiropractic Care for Back Pain Relief
For every chiropractic treatment plan, the goals are factored by the severity of the patient’s pain. The process of healing or pain management is taken into consideration, and so is the patient’s current physical disabilities and level of activity intolerance.
The main goal of the chiropractic treatment session is to either reduce any current back pain as much as possible, ease any nerve irritability, and/or restore a patient’s range of motion.
As with any treatment, the best course of action is to make regular maintenance and management visits for improved overall health. Your chiropractor is one health care professional that can do a lot more than simply ‘crack’ your back.
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