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Low Back Pain

Low Back Pain

Neck pain is more frequent in an automobile accident then low back pain, but low lack pain is still very common. Chiropractors are especially helpful in treating back pain. In fact the low back is susceptible to whiplash injuries just as the neck is. The low back is a collection of bones that are stacked up on top of each other like blocks, All the bones in your spine are called vertebra and in the low back they have two main purposes. The first is to support the weight of the rest of your body which is heavy! The second is to protect the delicate spinal cord while allowing you to turn, twist and bend your torso. Because your brain and spinal cord (central nervous system) are so important this system is protected by the bones of your skull and the vertebra. The nerves that branch off of the spinal cord in your low back are called spinal nerves (Peripheral nervous system), The spinal nerves from your low back branch off and go to down your thighs to your feet to control the muscles, reflexes and sensations in your legs. Even a simple fall or sports injury is enough to cause an injury that creates ligament damage or compress a disc in the low back. Although your low back is very strong, it is still susceptible to injury from car accidents and falls with very little force, Recent research has proven that in slow rear end collisions with little or no damage to the car, significant low back injuries  can occur! Worse still these injuries virtually guarantee the onset of degenerative arthritis in your low back if not treated appropriately. If you been in an auto accident or had a fall and are experiencing low back pain we can help! Chiropractic treatment is just the thing you need to get rid of the pain and avoid crippling degenerative arthritis in the future.

Did you know…

...that the leading cause of disability around the world is lower back pain? In the U.S. alone, an estimated 31 million people are suffering from some type of back pain – many of them chronically. Although inflammatory diseases and other conditions can be a source of back pain, the vast majority of symptoms are caused by mechanical discrepancies in the spine.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Should I see a chiropractor for my back pain after an accident?

Yes. Almost everyone is a candidate for chiropractic treatment if you have been in an accident, Most patients have found significant pain relief with chiropractic care. Dr. Adelkopf is trained and experienced in all types of musculoskeletal injuries. He has extensive post graduate education and experience in examination, diagnostic procedures and chiropractic techniques. This makes it possible to treat very complicated complicated cases. We routinely refer to a team of different medical specialists as the need arises to give our patients the best chances of complete recovery. At Embassy Lakes Accident & Injury Center we are standing by to help you! Call us if you have been in an accident and are experiencing low back pain.

How will a chiropractor treat my pain?

After a thorough consultation and examination is done x-rays are usually taken of you areas of complaint. Once your condition has been diagnosed and a treatment plan is identified your chiropractor most often performs a low back adjustment also called a lumbar manipulation. This procedure can be done done with the doctor's hands or an instrument. Either way it takes just seconds to complete.  Additional, comfortable therapies are often performed as well to help decease pain and speed up recovery. In addition, your chiropractor will suggest specific exercises to do at home that are essential in maintaining better posture to facilitate your recovery.

What should I expect after treatment?

Most patients feel a measurable amount of relief after the first few chiropractic adjustments. However, a small number of patients experience some mild to moderate soreness in the first one to two days following your an adjustment. This soreness is similar to the soreness you feel the day after you exercise a body part that has not been exercised in a while. Assuming the doctor has not put you on specific restrictions for you condition, most patients you can return to usual routines as soon as you leave the office.