Patients who suffer from lower back pain might feel that they are either unable to or should not exercise due to the risk of furthering their injury.
However, studies show that not exercising can cause your pain to increase over time.
The fact is, remaining mobile help nourish and repair the muscles, ligaments, discs, and joints that surround your spine.
Exercising on a routine basis helps your body better absorb key nutrients, including the disc spaces that exist throughout this area.
Remaining inactive for too long when experiencing lower back pain can increase your pain, possibly leading to:
In some cases, depriving your injured discs of the nutrition it needs to recover can lead to further degeneration and intense pain.
Following through with the specific types of exercise your Chiropractor recommends can help prevent or reduce the development of inflammation that naturally occurs in damaged tissue.
Making sure to stretch your hamstrings on a regular basis is critical therapy for patients who suffer from lower back pain and sciatica. If you happen to experience a particular episode of lower back pain that lasts for more than 10 days, make sure you schedule a consultation with one of our doctors as soon as possible in order to avoid permanent damage.
If you are suffering from lower back pain and have yet to visit our office, it’s important to know that our Chiropractors can offer you a custom strengthening program that puts you directly on the path of recovery.
Whether through lumbar stabilization training or some other type of prescribed exercise, our Chiropractors are experienced at providing treatment solutions that eliminate pain, while also addressing the root causes of your condition.
Depending on the extent of your pain, your doctor may want to consider incorporating some type of adjustment or physical therapy on a regular basis.
There is a reason why AICA has served as the leading Chiropractic clinic throughout the greater Atlanta region, it’s because of how much we strive to help our patients by any means possible.
We understand that life can be extremely hectic, especially when suffering from some type of painful condition. That’s why we are available 24/7 to schedule a consultation or examination.
If you are experiencing the type of intense pain that prevents you from moving, let our staff know. We are able to provide transportation to and from your office visits, depending on the situation.
If you have any questions about your insurance coverage, don’t hesitate to ask us for help in dealing with your insurance provider. We are trained at handling these situations and know exactly how to support your needs in this area.
You can schedule an appointment by calling us at (404) 889-8828 or by visiting our office located at:
1132 Hightower Trail
Sandy Springs, GA