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Pain Management

There are currently more than 70 million Americans who suffer from chronic pain!

Considering how many people in the United States suffer from pain of some kind, it’s no wonder there is a need for pain management treatments. But, you may know that people nowadays are looking for alternative ways to manage the pain.

A chiropractor can offer pain management treatments affecting areas within the following below:

  • Neck
  • Back
  • Bones
  • Spinal
  • Muscles
  • Cartilage
  • Joints

It’s common for chiropractic treatments to focus on the spine. You might not know they can also target other parts of your body. Although, it depends on the issue you’re facing. There are a number of benefits of how chiropractic care can help you manage pain, especially when it is associated with the spine. So let’s discuss how a chiropractor can help you!

Back Pain and Sciatica

Imagine the horrible pain that shoots and radiates as you bend your back. Moving side to side or grabbing an object is a nightmare!

Most people looking for alternative back pain therapy choose chiropractic treatment. About 22 million Americans see chiropractors annually. 7.7 million or 35% of them seek treatment for back pain, sciatica pain, or any other pain.

Sciatica Pain

Sciatica refers to pain radiating down the sciatic nerve. This often causes pain from the back to the hips and buttocks and down each leg. Sciatica usually affects just one side of the body.
Sciatica often develops from nerve compression caused by:

  • Herniated disk
  • Bone spur on the spine
  • Spine constriction (spinal stenosis)

The compression leads to inflammation, discomfort, and numbness. Fortunately, most patients recover within a few weeks with non-operative therapies.
What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Sciatica?
Sciatica is often accompanied by the following symptoms:

  • Discomfort in the lower back
  • Pain in the back or leg that is worse by sitting
  • Hip ache
  • Burning or tingling sensation running down the leg
  • Numbness or difficulty moving the leg or foot
  • Continuous ache on one side of the back
  • A stabbing discomfort that makes it difficult to stand

Sciatica pain may be severe and debilitating in some individuals. For others, it may be mild and irritating, but it has the potential to worsen.


Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common reasons people seek medical attention or miss work. Fortunately, you may take steps to avoid or alleviate most back pain occurrences. If prevention fails, basic home therapy and chiropractic treatment may often cure your back pain.

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Back Pain?
Back discomfort may manifest itself in a variety of ways, including:

  • Dull ache in the lower back
  • Stabbing or shooting pain that may spread down the leg
  • Difficulty standing straight
  • Limited capacity to bend the back

If back pain is caused by strain or overuse, the symptoms are often brief but may persist for days or weeks. Chronic back pain occurs when symptoms persist for more than three months. Then it would be a great time to consider seeing a chiropractor.
Back pain, sciatica pain, and any pain in life can be debilitating. It may be common, but there is no reason why you should have to put up with it. You can get relief by getting help from a chiropractor.
Dr. Kenneth Clare in Lexington, KY, has years of experience with back pain and sciatica. Contact us today so you can get rid of the pain and enjoy life again.

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