Are you suffering from back pain in Oregon City?
Chiropractic Care Can Relieve Back Pain
Our chiropractors identify the source of your back pain & treat the root cause. You can achieve the relief you deserve today. Schedule your appointment now.
Back Pain Relief
Effective & holistic solutions for back pain
According to the American Chiropractic Association, one-half of all working Americans admit to having back pain symptoms every year, and nearly 80% of the population will experience back pain at some point during their lives. While back pain can be debilitating, chiropractic care addresses and corrects problems that perpetuate and prolong injury, pain, and muscle strain.
At Oregon City Chiropractic, we resolve your back pain using proven techniques that address injured or stressed joints in your spine. When you work with our team, we start with a complete examination of your back and determine the extent of mobility problems, joint pain, the presence of disc herniation, and more.
Once we’ve evaluated your back, you will work with your chiropractor to correct injuries and damaged areas in your back and body. Our customized treatment plans are tailored to your needs and include in-house massage and rehabilitation exercises. Our comprehensive approach uses a wide range of techniques, giving you the best chance of recovery and lasting pain relief.
Start your treatment today. Call and schedule your appointment now.
Mid Back pain relief
Tackle mid back pain with a non-invasive, drug-free approach
Mid back mobility is crucial for daily living. Your mid back houses important organs and functions, including rib articulation, thoracic vertebrae, thoracic spinal musculature, thoracic facet joints, and thoracic spinal nerves. Pain in your mid back is usually due to a combination of the following:
- A history of work or play activities that generate high levels of spinal stress
- Deconditioned and weak spinal musculature
- Improper firing patterns of spinal musculature
- Faulty spinal biomechanics
- Poor posture
Chiropractors have used techniques to treat these causes of mid back pain for over a century. Thanks to non-invasive and drug-free methods, chiropractic treatment can help correct the underlying issues contributing to your pain and help you find relief at the source.
For mid back pain, chiropractic spinal adjustments are most effective. Our chiropractors use this technique to decrease your pain, increase mobility, decrease muscle spasms, and prevent old injuries from flaring up again. Through gentle, manual techniques and mechanical adjustments applied to the spinal column, you can find relief from your mid back pain.
To further facilitate your recovery, our treatment plans for mid back pain include training on proper lifting techniques, how to tolerate or avoid long periods of sitting, and other habits that help protect your back when you are at work or home.
LOWER BACK PAIN RELIEF
Don’t let lower back pain ruin your life any longer
If you suffer from low back pain, you know how debilitating and uncomfortable it is. Most Americans suffer from low back pain at least once during their lives. Luckily, chiropractic treatment has helped individuals address and alleviate pain and discomfort.
Our chiropractors are trained to identify, properly evaluate, manage, and treat low back pain. Whether your back pain is the result of a car accident, chronic pain, work accident, or some other kind of injury, we help you achieve the relief you need.
If the cause of your low back pain is unknown, you are not alone. It can be difficult to know for sure why your back pain is severe or what caused it to flare up or worsen over time. Joint and disc pressure, deconditioned spinal musculature, faulty spinal biomechanics, and poor habits contribute to low back pain and tissue damage.
Working with a chiropractor at Oregon City Chiropractic is a great way to identify your pain source, target and treat the conditions that are worsening your pain, and help you achieve pain relief long term.
MASSAGE THERAPY FOR BACK PAIN
Our massage therapists support your healing & recovery
At Oregon City Chiropractic, we approach your recovery and treatment from a comprehensive perspective. Multiple therapies and modalities help you recover from your back pain.
To best facilitate your healing and rehabilitation, we collaborate with in-house massage therapists. Massage therapy is a great way to alleviate pain and discomfort associated with low back pain. It can also treat secondary issues related to strained or sore muscles.
Muscle tightness is a common response to disc injuries and other spine-related issues. Massage therapy helps loosen up muscles that tense up as a result of the primary injury. With massage therapy as a part of your recovery plan, your muscles will find the relief they need.
Therapeutic massage is the ideal companion for chiropractic care. In addition to muscle pain relief, massage reduces nerve sensitivity, reduces stress, and provides mental and emotional relief.
Chiropractic is effective treatment for chronic & acute injuries, as well as various musculoskeletal conditions
Chiropractic treatment is not just for those who have experienced acute workplace injuries or auto accident injuries. Chiropractors are often sought out to assist with pain management for musculoskeletal disorders and chronic illnesses.
Here are just some of the conditions & injuries chiropractic care can improve:
- Neck & upper back pain & stiffness
- Low back pain & stiffness
- Headaches & migraines
- Mid back pain & stiffness
- Extremity joint pain & dysfunction
- Arm pain, weakness, numbness, and tingling
- Leg pain, weakness, numbness & tingling
- Slip & fall injuries
- Vehicle accidents
- Chronic injuries
- Lifting injuries
- Whiplash injuries
- Work accidents
The effectiveness of chiropractic medicine is supported by a wealth of academic & scientific research
Safe and effective chiropractic treatment is our number one priority. Our dedicated doctors of chiropractic use methods and techniques that are backed by decades of research. The effectiveness of chiropractic treatment is well documented through peer-reviewed studies, making it a valuable tool for non-invasive and holistic pain management.