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7 Treatments for Low Back Pain That Don't Involve Pain Killers

7 Ways to Treat Lower Back Pain Other Than Painkillers

If you're like one of the many people on this planet, you've experienced low back pain at some point in your life.

Only 20% of the world's population will NOT experience low back pain during their lifetime.

If you're one of those lucky few, skip this article. It's not for you. You've been blessed, and we are jealous.

If you have experienced low back pain, or expect to, then this blog is for you.

In this blog, we will go over seven techniques for relieving lower back pain that do not involve painkillers.

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Luckily, low back pain is short-lived and goes away as quickly as it came in.

Unfortunately, once you have it, it tends to come back.

Typically when you start experiencing the pain, you head into your family doctor, and they will prescribe you some pain pills to ease the pain.

However, moving forward, that may no longer be the case.

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What Is Low Back Pain And Why You Should Be Paying Attention

How Chiropractors Treat Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain is something a lot of people will suffer from at some point in their lifespan.

Depending on the patients diagnosis and other health factors, Chiropractors will treat lower back pain with different techniques.

Here's what to do if you hurt your back

In this blog, we will discuss the ins and outs of lower back pain and how to treat your pain.

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Lower Back pain can be a very complicated, chronic condition that can have a large negative impact on a person's life.

According to a study on Lower Back Pain posted on, Lower Back pain is the leading cause of disability in the world, and the amount of disabilities caused by lower back pain increased 54% from 1990-2010.

But what causes lower back pain? And why are instances of lower back pain disabilities increasing?

In this article we will take an in-depth look at types of Lower Back Pain, common causes, and the different treatment options available to patients who have lower back pain. 

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Common Symptoms Caused by Injuries to the Lumbar Spine

The last part of this three-piece series is about the final section of the spine, the lumbar region.

This section of the spine is located below the cervical and thoracic sections and is made up of five vertebrae known as the L1, L2, L3, L4, and L5.

Injuries and subluxations to the spine can be severe but are not typically life-threatening.

Early treatment is important to the prognosis of lumbar spine injuries because these five vertebrae contain precious nerves and spinal cord tissue that control communication between the brain and the legs.

Therefore, damage to the spine subsequently has the largest effects on the hips, groin, and lower abdominal muscles.

If you are having trouble sleeping because of your back pain, here are the Best Sleeping Positions for Lower Back Pain.

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