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Calgary Chiropractor Answers Frequently Asked Questions about Lower Back Pain

Woman with lower back pain needs to seek a chiropractor in Calgary.

What type of doctor treats low back pain?

A Calgary chiropractor treats low back pain and other musculoskeletal problems.

How many people suffer lower back pain?

As many as 31 million people in the United States suffer from low back pain at any given time, according to the American Chiropractic Association (ACA). About half of all working Americans experience back pain symptoms each year.

Why is the back so vulnerable to pain?

Your back is a complicated structure of bones, muscles, joints, and connective tissues that must work in unison to help you stand, walk upright, bend, and twist. Problems in any one component of your back can cause pain, stiffness, and dysfunction.

What structures are in the lower back?

Your lower back consists of the bones of your spine, joints between those bones, and muscles, which work together to help you move. The bones of your spine, known as vertebrae, are stacked on top of one another like a deck of cards to give you flexibility. Rubber discs between the vertebrae act as shock absorbers to prevent the bones of your spine from grinding against one another. Ligaments connect bones to create joints. Tendons connect bones to muscles.

Your spinal column contains your spinal cord, a bundle of nerves that run from your brain down through the hollow part of the vertebrae. Nerves extend from your spinal cord to the rest of your body to carry messages back and forth from your brain.

What causes low back pain?

Back pain occurs when you sprain ligaments, strain muscles, misalign vertebrae, ruptured discs, and irritate joints. Back pain may be the result of a sports injury that occurs while you exercise or play sports. Sometimes simple movements, such as bending to pick up a pencil, can cause pain in your lower back. Arthritis, obesity, poor posture and even psychological stress can cause lower back pain. A pinched nerve caused by a misaligned bone or bulging disc can cause pain.

What is the treatment for lower back pain?

Treatment usually depends on the cause and severity of your low back pain. Conservative treatment usually includes moderate rest and gentle therapeutic exercise, along with over-the-counter pain relievers. Spinal manipulation and chiropractic care as provided by an experienced chiropractor are a safe, effective treatment for lower back pain. Surgery may only an option after you have exhausted all other possibilities.

Treatment for lower back pain always starts with a comprehensive evaluation of your pain. Our chiropractor in Calgary can determine the cause of your back pain and prescribe safe, effective chiropractic care.

What should I do if I have lower back pain in Calgary?

If you have lower back pain, make an appointment with our chiropractors at Bankers Hall Chiropractic in downtown Calgary today. Bankers Hall Chiropractic is conveniently located at 135-315 8 Ave SW in Calgary, Alberta. Make your appointment today by calling (403) 243-0111.

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DayMorningAfternoon
Monday7:00am5:00pm
Tuesday7:00am5:00pm
Wednesday7:00am5:00pm
Thursday7:00am5:00pm
Friday7:00am1:30pm
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