Back Pain

If you have low back pain you are not alone. Over 80% of people will experience low back pain during their lifetime. More than 50 billion dollars are spent every year treating low back pain.

WebMD describes low back pain treatment as using “ice pack, aspirin or another NSAID to reduce pain and inflammation. If back pain keeps you from normal daily activities, your doctor can help by recommending or prescribing pain medications. If your primary doctor isn't able to help you control back pain, he or she may refer you to a back specialist or a pain specialist. Sometimes these doctors will use injections of steroids or anesthetics to help control the pain”. Clearly traditional medicine focuses on reducing pain and not fixing the underlying problem. Remember that Aspirin and NSAIDs have been associated with gastrointestinal toxicity, bleeding ulcers, heart attacks, and kidney damage.

As your Ogden, Utah, Chiropractors, we start by doing a complete exam including x-rays (if needed) to determine what is causing your low back pain. We focus on reducing pain as much as possible by utilizing different forms of therapy including: ice, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, instrument assisted massage, massage therapy, trigger point therapy, and natural supplements. Once the pain decreases, we focus on restoring proper function to repair the underlying problem. We offer chiropractic manipulation/adjusting, physical therapy exercises, activity modification, and postural training to restore proper function.

Chiropractic care has been shown to help with low back pain in a very safe and cost effective way. Come in today to get out of pain, and let us show you how you can stay pain free.

Phone 801- 621-1668
Fax 866-723-7266
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