Back Pain Chiropractic Care
Experiencing chronic or occasional back pain? Dr. Tran can help diagnose and treat your pain.
Back Pain Chiropractic Treatment
Back pain can come from a variety of causes, whether from an accident or injury, through repetitive use, moving or sleeping incorrectly, or general degradation as you age. If you are experiencing pain in your back, we offer back pain chiropractic care & sports rehab or physical therapy treatments to get you back to health.
At your visit, Dr. Tony will diagnose your back pain problems and then offer treatment to best suit your needs. If there are no contraindications, adjustments will be performed in a safe manner where it’s comfortable for you. It might include using an activator-like adjustment tool where it’s more low force, a manual chiropractic adjustment or a low-grade mobilization where we work to just improve your range of motion.
With training in sports medicine, chiropractic, whiplash and brain traumatology, Dr. Tran can help you get back to full health. Learn more about Dr. Tran.
Should You See a Chiropractor for Back Pain?
Yes, the answer is that you should definitely visit a chiropractor for back pain in your upper, mid or lower back. Chiropractic adjustments are noninvasive and are about applying controlled and precise pressure to a joint to help improve your body’s function and motion. Dr. Tran has completed specialized training in biomechanics and rehab, as well as chiropractic, to help offer precise treatments to resolve your challenges and bring your body back to alignment and optimal health.
Poor posture is one of the most common causes we see with back pain. Common situations include sitting/slouching for long hours at a desk, lifting and carrying incorrectly, performing exercises incorrectly or looking at your cell phone constantly (at a bad angle for your neck and back). We work with you to discover the cause of your back pain so that you can correct it from the source, while also adjusting and aligning your body. Chiropractic treatment is a non-surgical way to address nervous system and musculoskeletal system disorders or injuries. The long-term outcome is more movement and flexibility and decreased (or complete healing of) pain.