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At Bloomingdale Chiropractic, we treat many patients for back pain, neck pain, and sciatica pain. While our clients each come for different reasons, most of them have these pains due to a pinched nerve in the neck or spine. In fact, pinched nerves are very common among the population, especially for athletes and people involved in intense labor. According to a study by Core Performance, about 90 percent of the people who develop low back pain will attribute their pain to a pinched nerve.
We see many back pain patients in our Brandon, FL practice, and Dr. Richard J. Robinson has been able to help a lot of them find relief with chiropractic care. At the same time, dealing with back problems doesn't necessarily mean having to make a choice between chiropractic care and medical treatment, as many individuals utilize both types of care with great outcomes.
After your evaluation, your chiropractor can tell you more about the cause of your back pain, it might be Subluxation. You could have a problem that involves certain joints, discs, or vertebrae. Damage to the soft tissues in your low back or supporting structures, such as your hips or legs, can also lead to back pain. The following pages describe common back problems that can be treated with chiropractic
Your back is key to living your life and doing the important things each day. Without good chiropractic care, eventually your back will give out on you. It seems like as we age, our backs become susceptible to greater injury. Taking good care of it is important, and the following article is here to do just that.
Whiplash is a common side effect of auto accidents and some serious sports injuries. According to Spine-Health, “whiplash is a term that describes injury to the neck that occurs as a result of a motor vehicle or car accident…” In these cases, the neck snaps forward and then snaps backward, causing severe pain and strain the neck muscles and vertebras. Severe impacts cause the neck to alter from the resting C shape to a curved S shape shortly after impact. Because the S shape is outside of the spine’s normal range of motion, there is an increased risk for damage to the ligaments and discs in the neck.
We see a large number of people in our Brandon, FL clinic, and Dr. Richard J. Robinson has helped countless people manage a range of health problems. Even so, the primary concern that seems to stop many women and men from pursuing treatment is whether or not chiropractic adjustments are safe. Fortunately, according to three separate studies (out of countless on the issue), the answer to this question is a clear: "Yes! Chiropractic is safe!"
Most patients are unsure of what to expect during their first visit to a chiropractor. At Bloomingdale Chiropractic, we strive to be the best chiropractic clinic in the Brandon area. Our services are designed to make our patients feel relaxed and confident that we can alleviate whatever back, neck, head, or general pain problem they are having.