Tag Archives: lower back pain

Sports injury to the Sacro-iliac joint

Injury to sprain to the sacro-iliac joint is common in some sports. Sacro-iliac joint problems is one of the most common injuries to the lower back that is regularly treated with Chiropractic methods. One of the most common ways the … Continue reading

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Patterns of sciatica in lower back pain and Chiropractic

Sciatica is the term for pain that radiates down the back of the leg. Sciatic pain is often made worse by coughing or sneezing which increases the pressure inside the abdomen. A severe attack of sciatica often causes the person … Continue reading

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Pain patterns in Lower back disc herniations, Chiropractic topics

Disc herniations are estimated to be involved in just under half of cases of lower back pain treated by Chiropractors. The pain caused by a herniated disc (slipped disc) varies widely in located and intensity. Sciatica is a common symptom … Continue reading

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Muscle injuries and Chiropractic

Many sports and work injuries involve the tearing of muscles. Usually the rupture of a muscle is felt as a tearing sensation. Swelling and tenderness at the area of the rupture occurs withing hours. Bruising usually takes about 24 hours … Continue reading

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Leg length differences and Chiropractic

Many people with lower back pain who consult a Chiropractor are concerned that their legs are different in length or they are standing crooked. Differences in apparent length of the legs may be due to an anatomical difference in the … Continue reading

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