When you consider that 80 percent of Americans have had (or will have) trouble with back pain, you can understand why this painful symptom accounts for some 264 million lost workdays each year. When you suffer from agonizing pain toward the base of your spine, you can't do physical labor or even manage many sedentary office tasks, much less enjoy a comfortable productive home life. The good news is that you don't have to let lower back pain keep you down, nor do you need surgery or painkiller to stop it. Natural treatment can help you conquer your lower back pain.
Are you regularly suffering from middle back pain below your neck and above the bottom of your rib cage? Referred to as the thoracic spine, this is one of the most common areas to experience chronic pain and a common reason why patients seek treatment with a chiropractor.
Acute and chronic upper back pain can make the easiest of tasks hard to perform. Upper back pain is an all too common complaint that can be effectively addressed with chiropractic. Our team applies non-invasive therapeutic treatments to reduce sudden or persistent upper back pain naturally. Understand more about our upper back pain treatments today.
Neck pain is essentially any inflammation or discomfort from the base of your skull to your shoulders. The feeling can be as jarring as a short twinge or include numbness, cause frequent headaches, or even significantly reduce range of motion. In some situations, the pain can be severe enough to limit daily activities and make enjoying life nearly impossible.
Whether you simply love to play a particular sport or you compete in that endeavor on a serious level, a herniated disc can banish you to the bench for quite some time. This form of damage to the cartilaginous discs that cushion the spinal vertebrae can cause serious pain as well as many other disabling neurological problems. Fortunately, you can get back in the game with the aid of chiropractic spinal decompression therapy at Park Brothers Pain Clinic.
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative condition. That means it gets worse as you get older. Over time, the spongy cartilage that protects your joints wears down. When that happens, the bones in a joint rub together with nothing to cushion them as you move your body. The result is pain and inflammation. Additionally, any damage that occurs to the bones and joints usually can't be reversed.
If you have lower back pain that shoots down either leg, you may be suffering the symptoms of sciatica. Sciatica is a condition that affects your sciatic nerve. This nerve is located in your lower back and branches out through your hips and buttocks and trails down both legs. Sciatica typically only affects one side of your body or the other, but most forms of sciatica cause lower back pain. If you suffer from this painful condition, Dr. Yong Park can help.