Low Back Pain

Low back pain is defined as pain in the lumbar vertebral or paravertebral. It is estimated that 70-80% of individuals may have at least one episode of back pain in their life. Most cases of low back pain are attributed to mechanical alterations spinal structures.

Low back pain is attributed to mechanical or structural abnormalities or postural functional overload. Alterations in the biomechanics of the vertebral imbalance can lead to overload of some structures, and secondarily to mechanical pain. Thus, changes in static muscle imbalances muscle-ligamentous or overloading may cause mechanical back pain.
The chiropractor uses techniques consisting of spinal movements, helping to restore normal movement and correct positioning of the vertebrae contributing to the whole body to function at an optimal rate eliminating painful symptoms.

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