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How Can I Tell If My Back Needs to Be Adjusted?

young woman at computer back and neck painFrom hoisting a heavy object to sleeping on your stomach, it doesn’t take much to tweak your back or strain your neck. It’s important to recognize the signs that your back or neck may need to be adjusted. Whether it’s from everyday activities, falls, automobile accidents, occupational issues, or heavy lifting, any of these situations can put your neck and back in a position that requires realignment.

Dr. Brown shares his tips for recognizing when your back is trying to tell you it needs chiropractic care:

Listen to Your Body

Trust your instincts and pay attention to any abnormal sensations or feelings in your neck or back. If something doesn’t feel quite right, or if you sense your neck or back is not functioning as it should, it may be an indication that an adjustment is needed.

Pain As a Signal

Pain is a clear sign that something is not right. If you’re experiencing pain in your neck or back, it’s essential to seek the help of a chiropractor. They can evaluate the area and determine the exact problem. Early intervention and proper alignment can prevent further complications and promote healing.

Understanding Sciatica

This type of radiating pain refers to irritation of the nerves that exit the spine in the lower back. If you have pain radiating down into your buttocks, hips, or legs, it could be due to an issue in your back or hips. Correcting the underlying problem will address the pain at its source, rather than relying on medication for temporary relief.

By seeking chiropractic care, you can address the root cause of your back issues and achieve lasting results. Unlike medication, which only masks the pain, chiropractic adjustments focus on correcting misalignments and promoting overall healing.

Don’t let back or neck pain prevent you from living your best life. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Brown today and take the first step toward a healthier, pain-free present and future.


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