If you’re living with lower back pain, you know that it can be tough to find pain relief. Whether you’re dealing with pain when you move a certain way or a constant dull ache that you can’t quite seem to stretch or rub away, lower back pain can be hard to beat. Thankfully, chiropractic care can help. At Florida Spine & Disc Institute, our chiropractor and care team are here to provide you with the holistic treatment necessary to help you get back to normal.

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Common Causes of Lower Back Pain

Many of the activities most people perform in day to day life can lead to lower back pain. Spending much of your day driving, looking at a phone, or looking at a computer can cause misalignment of the spine and tired muscles in the lower back. Poor posture, fatigue, and carrying a heavy backpack or purse (or child!) can also lead to lower back pain. Trauma and injury can also cause or exacerbate lower back pain issues. You don’t have to live with lower back pain since chiropractic care can help.

Chiropractic Treatment for Lower Back Pain

One of the common causes of lower back pain is misalignment of the spine. If your chiropractor determines that spinal misalignment is a part of the cause of your lower back pain, chiropractic adjustment may be a good fit for you. During your adjustment, your chiropractor will deliver quick bursts of force to targeted areas of your back in an effort to realign your spine. Many people who have a chiropractic adjustment find that they experience relief from pain immediately after their appointment, while others need several sessions to find lasting relief.

Therapeutic chiropractic massage is also a treatment option for people who have lower back pain. This treatment focuses on healing the soft tissue of the lower back, and can be used as a standalone treatment or in conjunction with chiropractic adjustment, depending on the nature of your pain.

Lower Back Pain Relief at Florida Spine & Disc Institute

At Florida Spine & Disc Institute, we’re proud to provide Ormond Beach, Palm Coast, Daytona, Port Orange, and Daytona Beach Shores, FL residents with lower back pain treatment. We’re here to help you feel your best, and we encourage you to reach out to us today to learn more about our chiropractic care options.