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A spinal misalignment is one of the leading causes in Edison back pain patients. When the spine is misaligned, pressure from a herniated or slipped disc can compress nearby nerves, triggering pain. Poor posture, improperly lifting a heavy object, or even natural wear and tear over time can all cause a compression of the lumbar spine. While prescription painkillers can temporarily relieve lower back pain, as long as the spine’s mechanical misalignment persists, so too will the pain. This is why medication offers limited relief; drugs cannot “cure” the cause of your pain, so once the drugs wear off, the pain will return.
Dr. Lagana provides spinal adjustments to restore proper alignment to the lumbar spine for a more long-term pain management solution. These gentle, hands-on adjustments are extremely effective for correcting spinal misalignments. Not only do adjustments reduce pain, but they also decrease a patient’s dependency on medication, bed rest or other passive forms of treatment.
Massage therapy can also help patients suffering from chronic back pain. Massage treatments complement chiropractic care, releasing tension trapped deep within the body’s tissues. When muscles are tense they harden into place, making movement difficult and increasing the risk for spasms and other types of pain. Massage is a safe, gentle way to release this tension. The act of massaging the body also increases the flow of oxygen-rich blood through the muscles, flushing out toxins and delivering nutrients for healing.
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