Back Pain Caused by Injury
Back pain caused by injury can affect any area of the back. Whether you injury is due to collision or impact, physical movement, or prolonged standing or sitting posture without ergonomic support, Advanced Spine & Posture’s Las Vegas Midtown chiropractic office can help. With a personalized assessment, the area of injury can be identified and then treated through a variety of interventions. This may include traditional chiropractic adjustments, long-term bone and joint movement using Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP), or a variety of other treatments from our array of wellness experts.
Back pain caused by an injury or accident may feel like constant or irregular radiating, aching, and stabbing pain. Sometimes, back pain may not be localized exclusively to the back, and instead may “shoot” or travel to other parts of the body like the arms, legs, and shoulders. Even if a substantial amount of time has elapsed since the injury, chiropractic and wellness care can help. Our Las Vegas Midtown office is equipped with expert chiropractors, physical therapists, physician’s assistants and medical doctors, all of whom collaborate to create the best course of action for your treatment plan. If you fear that you may need serious, invasive treatment for your injury-related back-pain, give ASP’s Las Vegas Midtown chiropractors and team the opportunity to assist—thousands of patients have experienced pain relief and the restoration of their quality of life as the result of ASP’s customized treatment plans.
Posture and Scoliosis
Your back pain may not be the result of injury, but instead the result of years of poor posture. Poor posture can begin to occur organically as the result of loss of muscle tone, but can also occur from a lack of proper ergonomic support in your environment. Prolonged periods of sitting or standing with work equipment at the wrong height or level of accessibility can exacerbate or create poor posture, leading to back pain that doesn’t abate even during other activities. Additionally, scoliosis (an unnatural s-shaped curve in the spine) can contribute to poor posture, making daily activities uncomfortable and contributing to poor quality of sleep.
Chiropractic treatment may be best known for treating posture and unnatural curvature in the spine, and Advanced Spine & Posture’s team of Las Vegas Midtown chiropractors is no exception. In tandem with the physical therapists, physician’s assistants, and medical doctors of the Las Vegas Midtown office, ASP’s chiropractors will give you an individualized examination to evaluate your posture and the shape and condition of your spine. Using digital imagery technology and advanced postural assessment software, ASP’s Las Vegas Midtown chiropractors can determine the origin of your back pain and then develop a customized treatment plan which will help to restore optimal curvature to your spine.
Treating Back Pain
Both injury-related back pain and posture-related back pain can benefit from Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP), a unique branch of chiropractic science that delivers long-term changes to the bones and joints of the spine by helping to move them into optimal positioning. CBP utilizes a form of intervention called “traction,” and like braces for misaligned teeth, traction can actually help to restore the natural curve of your spine by pushing and pulling your spinal structure into place. This revolutionary form of treatment can deliver long-term results that may alleviate the need for pain-relieving medications altogether, eliminating misalignment at the source.
In addition to restoring optimal spinal structure, CBP can also help to reduce injury-related inflammation, sooth and release taut, overworked muscles, and ease damaged ligaments. Whether your back pain has a history of occurring and reoccurring chronically, or is acute and new as the result of a specific incident, chiropractic care can offer relief for your pain and the restoration of your healthiest, most active lifestyle. To begin your individualized treatment and journey back to health, book your appointment at our Las Vegas Midtown office today.