Standing. Such a simple motion that most of us don’t even
think about when we do it. Do you ever feel pain in your low back when
standing? If so, does it make you feel somewhat fearful of what the pain is and
why you have it? Does it make you a bit nervous and cause you to magnify the
meaning of it? Satterwhite Chiropractic understands. Satterwhite Chiropractic can help with the back
pain relief and your concern over it so that you can do what you to do.
What’s the first step toward Oxford back
pain relief and fear of back pain? It’s all in the numbers! Have you ever had a
doctor to rate your pain on a pain scale from 0 to 10 with 0 meaning no pain
and 10 the worst pain of your life? Well, this pain on standing we are
discussing is pain that is a 20%, or a scale of 2 out of 10. Such pain makes any
of us Oxford back pain sufferers feel anxious and questioning of
the cause of the pain. (1) Certainly, the pain is not conducive to enjoying your
normal activities of daily living.
You are in good company with many fellow Oxford back pain sufferers, and visiting your chiropractor is a
very wise next step. Why?
Because most low back pain is mechanical in nature,
meaning it is not due to a disease process such as infection, cancer, fracture,
or other such disease. These mechanical pains are what chiropractic corrects
through spinal manipulation to relieve nerve irritation and regain normal
motion in the spine. Such simple “catches” in the spine that are caused by rib
sprain and misalignment can be very painful and can gratefully be relieved with
chiropractic spinal manipulation. What other conditions cause such mechanical
spine pain? Here are some of the common ones – disc degeneration, disc
herniation, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis and the list goes on and on.
If you feel pain in your spine when standing, don’t tolerate
it. If you fear moving because of back pain, it’s time to get help. Visit your Oxford
chiropractor at Satterwhite Chiropractic. Contact Satterwhite Chiropractic today.
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