Back Pain Relief clinic

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When it comes to alleviating pain and taking care of your body, you want to know that you’re in safe hands.

Using gentle and non-invasive chiropractic techniques that have been passed through generations of the Martinovich family, we can help you get back on the path to good health.

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Lower Back Pain Treatment

Lower back pain is the most common type of back pain. It is so common that over 80% of people will experience low back pain in their lifetime. The feeling of pain is highly variable and may present as a sharp, stabbing or catching feeling. It may also present as a dull ache that’s very restless or “feels as if it needs to be stretched”. The pain can often travel into the lower limbs either into the hip, buttock or groin resulting in pain in those areas stemming from the lower back. This can often be debilitating for the person suffering, but before we can begin lower back pain treatment, we need to investigate the cause.

What causes low back pain?

Lower back pain is either characterised as ACUTE or CHRONIC. Acute lower back pain can last from days to weeks and may be initiated by a physically traumatic event. Chronic lower back pain is pain described as lasting longer than three months and may be a recurring problem in which there is no recognisable event trigger.

Physically traumatic events that commonly trigger acute low back pain include but are not limited to

  • Strenuous gardening or household duties
  • Repetitive bending
  • Repetitive lifting (sometimes exaggerated by certain occupations)
  • Sporting injuries
  • Undertaking new strenuous physical activities/exercise not usually undertaken or undertaken after an extended period of rest
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Other traumas such as falls, slips or missteps

Chronic low back pain is commonly caused by recurring stress through the low back such as is associated with repetitive long sitting. Extended sitting causes stress to your joints and ligaments of the lower back. It can also be due to a patient’s unique spinal shape which may cause particular patients to have reoccurring symptoms in areas of the spine that are under structural stress.

Lower back pain can also result from an overly sedentary lifestyle. Weak core muscles cause poor posture, which also can contribute to lower back pain. Most back pain is not caused by more sinister conditions such as arthritis, infection, or cancer, but by simple strain or stress on muscles and ligaments.

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