Back pain is one of the most common types of chronic pain people experience. There are many reasons for it, but there are also many treatment options available.
If you’re living with back pain, either due to long-term injury or a recent occurrence, visit Molstad Chiropractic Clinic and Dr. Tom Molstad for a customized treatment plan.
What Causes Back Pain?
When you visit Dr. Tom Molstadfor treatment, you’ll have a full examination to determine the underlying cause of your pain.
In some cases, a car accident, sports injury, or other traumatic event causes pain. For others, poor posture or a spinal misalignment may be the cause. It may be due to tissue damage as well as nerve inflammation.
When Should You See a Doctor About Your Back Pain?
It’s best to seek out your doctor’s care as soon as you suffer back pain that limits your movement or creates significant discomfort.
The sooner you do so, the more likely there will be a treatment that’s available to help you. Any time your pain limits your quality of life, it’s best to seek out care.
What Can Be Done About Back Pain?
Many people, even those who have had long-term back pain, may find relief. When you visit Dr. Tom Molstad, the first step will be to understand the cause. Then, a customized treatment is designed to address your unique needs.
One of the options available for reducing back pain is using chiropractic treatment. This is a specific set of techniques designed to reduce the pain and pressure on the nerves and muscles of the back. It is non-invasive and very safe. It doesn’t cause pain itself.
Your treatment may include specialized treatment to adjust the alignment of the spinal column or any impacted joints. By doing this, it is possible to reduce some of the pain and discomfort associated with the nerves in that area. For many people, this type of non-invasive treatment can offer new hope for improved mobility and reduced pain.
Other treatment options may be available to you as well. Our offices can help with most types of back pain, including those from work injuries, sports injuries, car accidents, and illnesses such as fibromyalgia. We also can help treat conditions such as scoliosis, sciatica, and arthritis that could be contributing to your back pain.