Low back pain
can start out of the blue. Pain may begin after sitting for a long period, after exercising, or after a fall. Although uncomfortable, low back pain usually improves within a few weeks. This is true of acute pain. But if your pain becomes chronic and lasts for longer than a week or two, see a Tulsa chiropractor.
There is no reason to live with pain on a daily basis, especially since a chiropractor may successfully ease discomfort. An injury can result in misalignment of the spine, a bulging disc or a pinched nerve. A Tulsa chiropractor will take X-rays and obtain an image of your spine. He can diagnose the cause of your low back pain, and then recommend a treatment plan to promote a healthy spine and strengthen your back muscles.
Chiropractic care is a safe alternative if you don't want to rely on over-the-counter or prescription medications for pain, or if you're sensitive to heat and cold. A cold or heat compress also relieves pain, but this solution is not right for everyone.
If you need help, call Tulsa's best choice for chiropractic care, Dr. Justin Snyder. 918-749-7772
For more information on how to relieve low back pain
, contact a Tulsa chiropractor today.