Back Pain Treatment

Get Relief From Your Back Pain With Quality Chiropractic Care

Back Pain Treatment in OakleighGeneral back pain is usually a short-lived problem that gets resolved within a span of few days. However, when the back pain lasts for three months or more it is described as chronic. When there is constant ache anywhere in the back area, can be described as a chronic back problem. Chronic back pain is usually felt in the lower back, as well as in Neck and Shoulder areas. It can result in soreness, stiffness, and inflammation. Often people struggling with chronic back pain find it difficult to manage their day-to-day activities and this can have a severe impact on their lifestyle.

Are you struggling to deal with your back pain in Malvern? Do you think high-quality chiropractic care can get you the much-needed relief from your back pain in Ormond? Look no further, North Road Chiropractic is here to assist you. We have been servicing Oakleigh 1987 and surrounding areas since 1987. Our experienced and safe chiropractic services can also be availed by the residents in the sur-rounding suburbs like Malvern and Ormond.

Our longevity and continuity in the same practice and location since 1987 is our best guarantee.

Reasons For Back Pain :

Back Pain Causes

● Poor posture

● Falls, auto accidents, and other traumatic events

● Pinched nerves (causing sciatica and pins and needles sensations)

● Disc herniation complicated by bone spurs, spinal degeneration, end plate junction failure or bulging discs

● Repetitive strain injuries

● Overuse injuries

● Degenarative changes of the spine

● Improper lifting and frequent lifting of heavy objects

● Muscle strains and tears

● Pregnancy

● Being obese as it puts excess strain on the back and knees

● Sitting or standing for long periods

● Fibromyalgia

● Scoliosis

● Multiple sclerosis and other neurologic autoimmune conditions

● Sleeping on a poor mattress

At North Road Chiropractic, you will always receive personalised chiropractic care. For any query you have regarding our chiro-practic wellness services, feel free to call us at (03) 9579 2699.

 

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