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Low Back Pain, Middle Back Pain and Upper Back Pain Relief


Back PainBack pain may be the most common pain of all. You are definitely not alone if you are suffering from back pain. Statistics show that back pain affects nearly 80% of all Americans at some point throughout their life. Back pain comes in many forms from lower back pain, middle back pain and upper back pain to low back pain with sciatica that extends pain into the legs.  For nearly 20 years, we have been helping patients at our Baker Chiropractic and Wellness clinics in Cincinnati with a wide variety of back pain. We correctly identify the source of the pain and develop effective chiropractic adjustments, physical therapy and massage treatment programs to resolve and eliminate back pain.

Low Back Pain

Low back pain is the number two (#2) ailment that compels people to see a doctor, coming in second to colds and flu. Low Back Pain is often triggered by overuse or strain to muscles, ligaments and discs that support your spine. However, there are other conditions that can result in low back pain such as fractures to a vertebrae, osteoarthritis (joint degeneration) and pressure on nerves. When you experience low back pain, it can make you walk hunched over or worse yet, it can cause you not to be able to walk at all.

Low back pain can also be a sign of spine misalignment which makes your back more prone to injury. Whatever the cause, the pain can be overwhelming.

Middle Back Pain

Middle back pain is not nearly as common as low back pain. The middle back is inherently strong and stable. The majority of middle back pain is caused by strains to muscles and ligaments. Lifting heavy weight is a typical cause of middle back pain.  So are poor posture; sleeping on a mattress that does not adequately support your spine; carrying a backpack that is too heavy and; excess body weight. Pinched nerves can also lead to pain in the middle of your back. We will find the source of your middle back pain and make the pain go away.

Upper Back Pain

The upper back supports the weight of your upper body and anchors your rib cage. Like the middle back, the upper back is also very strong and stable. The majority of upper back pain is related to muscle and ligament overuse or strain. Upper back pain may also be related to traumas (such as auto accidents or sports injuries) and joint problems.

Avoid Risky Back Surgery

back surgeryBack surgery often fails to relieve back pain. At our Baker Chiropractic and Wellness Clinics, we routinely see patients who have undergone back surgery but see no relief. Only after they have become disgusted and fed up with expensive prescription drugs and costly, ineffective surgery do they come to us for answers and back pain relief. Don’t make that mistake.

If you are troubled by chronic back pain, Please contact us for a consultation via telephone or Skype. We will discuss your specific issues, provide you with guidance and help you either find a qualified physician in your area or arrange a visit to one of our clinics in Cincinnati, Ohio.


Author: doctorspaulandpatrick

Chiropractic physicians, educators, authors, advocates and role models for health at every age.

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  6. Low back pain is really very common pain among all people. Chiropractic care is the best solution to relief the pain. Your pain can vanish easily through this treatment.

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