Back Pain Treatments

Are you looking for back pain relief in Dallas, TX? As a trained and practiced chiropractor, Dr. Mark Currington has helped countless people address back and neck pain using a variety of treatment approaches, including chiropractic manipulation, physical therapy treatments, spinal decompression, and other techniques. Dry needling and massage treatments can also provide pain relief and may stimulate natural healing. Chiropractic care can often deliver lasting results without relying on more invasive interventions.

Understanding the Root Causes of Back Aches

Sadly, back pain is a common condition and you and your loved ones will likely experience it at some point. If you have a physically intensive job, lead an active lifestyle, or play sports, among other things, you may be at heightened risk. Further, if you’ve been in a car accident or suffered another personal injury, backaches are common afterward. 

You may find that your pains don’t heal with rest and respite. This is often because the spine has been knocked out of proper alignment. If so, muscle strain and other issues could become constant. Pain medication can provide temporary relief, but often, the pain returns, and it may be more intense. A  Dallas, TX, chiropractor can provide back pain relief without needing to rely on painkillers. Get in touch with Dr. Currington to learn more. He can help you devise a lasting pain treatment plan.

How Chiropractors Approach Back Pain Treatment

A chiropractor can use a variety of techniques to provide short-term pain relief and long-term healing. Chiropractic manipulation (also referred to as chiropractic adjustment or spinal manipulation) is one of the most common and effective forms of treatment. With this technique, Dr. Currington will use hands-on adjustments to ensure that your spine is in proper alignment. This can reduce muscle strain both now and going forward, resulting in relief from back and neck pain.

Another effective technique is spinal decompression. With this treatment, a specialized table is used to slowly and gently stretch out the spine. This can reduce strain, and besides treating back aches and herniated discs, it’s often effective for treating sciatica (which is characterized by numbness or pain in one or both legs due to pressure on the sciatic nerve).

Specific stretches and therapeutic exercises can also relieve strain in your back while building strength. However, if you perform the stretches wrong, you could aggravate your issues. Fortunately, a chiropractor can show you the correct way to do them in the office and at home.

If you’re looking for a chiropractor who can deliver effective and lasting back pain treatment in Dallas, TX, it’s time to see Dr. Currington. The right treatments today could provide relief for a long time to come. Call 214 520 1006 to get started.

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