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Category: Low Back Pain Treatment

Natural Disc Pain Treatment With Chiropractic

Written By Caputo Chiropractic Center on January 12, 2022

Millions of Americans suffer from some degree of disc pain. The sad truth is that our lifestyles contribute greatly to this epidemic: frequent sitting, slouching, and poor posture are recipes for developing mid and low back pain. The good news... Read More

FAQs About Neck and Back Pain from a Car Accident

Written By Caputo Chiropractic Center on September 6, 2021

Some of the most common car accident injuries involve the neck and back. Sometimes, accident victims are caught off guard by neck pain and back pain, because the pain typically doesn’t develop until 24 hours or more after the collision.... Read More

Non-Invasive Chiropractic Treatments for Disc Injury

Written By Caputo Chiropractic Center on April 22, 2021

If you suffer from back pain due to a bulging or herniated disc and are wanting to avoid surgery, chiropractic treatments are the answer for you.  No matter the cause of your disc injury, you don’t need to live with daily... Read More

Chiropractic Care for Disc Pain - The Non-Invasive Solution

Written By Caputo Chiropractic Center on January 21, 2021

If you’ve sustained a disc injury, you know how debilitating the pain can be.  Disc pain can make it hard to move, let alone do household chores or engage in some of your favorite activities like hiking and sports.  You may have... Read More

5 Signs You Have a Bulging Disc - Relieve Your Pain Through Spinal Decompression

Written By Caputo Chiropractic Center on August 31, 2020

Spinal discs are layers of cartilage between the vertebrae in your spine. As we age, these discs dehydrate, and the cartilage stiffens, causing them to bulge around their circumference. Studies show that bulging disc accounts for about 30% of lower back pain... Read More

5 Reasons to Choose Chiropractic as Low Back Pain Treatment

Written By Caputo Chiropractic Center on August 9, 2019

Low back pain is one of the most common health problems in the entire world. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that up to 70% of people living in developed nations will suffer from low back pain at least once in... Read More

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