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Low Back Pain
If you're experiencing low back pain, Dr. Michaux is the Clermont chiropractor you need. Back pain can be a result of so many circumstances. Whether yours has been a result of an auto accident injury, herniated disc, sciatica, pinched nerve or bulging disc, Dr. Michaux offers the latest techniques to help manage your pain and get you on the road to healing.
Multi-faceted chiropractic care works best when the source of your pain is accurately determined. Because back pain can affect all aspects of our health, pinpointing the details of your injury or experience of pain is essential. A herniated disc, sciatica or a pinched nerve and a bulging disc are all the result of misalignment, impact or injury. The low back is very vulnerable as it carries a great deal of our weight and is relied upon for most activities that involve rotation, bending and lifting. Chiropractic care attempts to remove this localized trauma so the entire nervous system can communicate more properly with the entire body and free the low back from pain and compression.
A car accident injury is an excellent example of how chiropractic care can free trauma from the low back. Have you experienced an auto accident injury and are now suffering from a herniated disc or sciatica? Our Clermont Chiropractor will develop an individualized plan of techniques to address your concerns.
When injury occurs, trauma sets into the localized region causing interference in communication between the brain and rest of the body. Techniques such as spinal decompression and postural alignment work very well together to remove these interferences. Spinal decompression is one such therapy to achieve proper physiological communication. Decompression is a safe, non-invasive technique that is performed with you lying on the chiropractic table. What is referred to as a distractive force is applied to the lower back. Over time, with repetition, this distracted force works to re-establish nervous system communication by creating an elongated space between vertebral discs.
By elongating the spaces between vertebral discs, pressure and force are removed from discs freeing nerves (and thus eliminating sciatic pain and pinched nerves), preventing further bulging, reducing pain, creating more free range of motion and improving your overall well-being!
Don't let sciatica, a herniated disc or an auto accident injury keep you from performing at work, playing your favorite sports, participating in family activities or keep you down. With regular chiropractic postural care, advanced techniques such as decompression and corrective exercises you can perform at-home or on the go, you can achieve a pain free you. Our caring and experienced clinic is ready to meet all of your low back pain needs.Call 352-243-7300 to schedule an appointment.