An accurate diagnosis of the cause of your back pain is critical, because different diagnoses require very different treatment approaches. The sooner an accurate back pain diagnosis is made, the sooner you can find an appropriate treatment for pain relief and improve your everyday activities.
Diagnostic tests are used to confirm an anatomical lesion, which is any abnormality or disease that is the cause of back or neck pain. They are particularly useful to pinpoint the source and extent of the lesion. Finding this information assists in the diagnosis of the most appropriate back pain treatment plan for your problem.
More Information That is Critic:
|• Complete Medical History
• Physical Examination
• Plain Film X-Ray
• Computed Tomography (CT) Scan
|• Magnetic Resonance Imaging
All chiropractic care regimens and treatments are directed at treating your complaint by improving the function of your spine. Your spine is meant to protect, support, and move.
Phase 1 Acute & Chronic Care
|• Chiropractic Manipulative Therapy
|• Intersegmental Traction
Phase 2 Rehabilitative Physical Therapy
This phase focuses on individualized stretching and strengthening. Your spine in its healthiest state is when it is flexible and strong. When spinal function is improved, you will have less compressive forces on your disc, and you will have much better range of motion, less inflammation, and be pain free.