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15300 N 90th St #950
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Chiropractic Back Pain Treatment in Scottsdale

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Back Pain

Back pain can take many different forms and the type of pain a person feels can vary depending on a number of things, including where the pain is and where it originates from. Typical forms of back discomfort and pain include:

  1. Mechanical Back Pain: Mechanical back pain refers to discomfort caused by abnormalities in the musculoskeletal structures of the back, including the muscles, ligaments, and vertebrae.
  2. Radicular Back Pain: Radicular pain is caused by irritation or compression of a spinal nerve root as it exits the spinal column. This type of pain is characterized by a sharp, shooting sensation that may radiate from the lower back into the buttocks, leg, and foot, or from the neck into the arm and hand.
  3. Sciatica: Sciatica is a specific type of radicular pain that occurs when the sciatic nerve is compressed or irritated. The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in the body, running from the lower back through the buttocks and down each leg.
  4. Axial Back Pain: Axial pain, also known as localized or non-radiating pain, is limited to one specific area of the spine, such as the lower back or neck. It does not radiate into the limbs.
  5. Muscular Back Pain: Muscular back pain is discomfort that arises from the muscles of the back. It is often caused by overuse, strain, or injury to the muscles, leading to inflammation and soreness. Poor posture, improper lifting techniques, and repetitive motions can contribute to muscular back pain.
Mechanical Back Pain

Mechanical Back Pain

Issues with the back's muscles, bones, or joints frequently result in this kind of back pain. It could be connected to tasks like lifting, carrying, or bending. To treat musculoskeletal problems and enhance function, your Kaizen Progressive chiropractor may employ manual treatments such as spine manipulation, massage, and mobilization. To strengthen and stretch the muscles that support the spine, and to address any problems that may be causing pain, rehabilitation exercises may also be recommended.
Radicular Back Pain

Radicular Pain

The spinal nerves' irritation or compression are to blame for this sort of back pain. A common way to describe it is as a shooting or radiating pain that runs down the legs from the lower back. To treat spinal problems that may be causing compression or irritation of the spinal nerves, other manual treatments and spinal manipulation may be used. In order to relieve strain on the nerves and increase mobility, they could also suggest stretches and exercises.
Sciatica Back Pain

Sciatica Pain

The sciatic nerve, which travels from the lower back down the buttocks and down the legs, is what causes this particular sort of radicular pain. Our chiropractic staff may suggest particular stretches and exercises to assist relieve strain on the sciatic nerve and enhance function in addition to manual therapy.
Axial Back Pain

Axial Pain

Back pain that is restricted to the spine is referred to as axial pain and is frequently described as a dull ache. Degenerative disc degeneration or conditions like spinal stenosis may be to blame. Chiropractic adjustments are manual treatments that chiropractors employ to treat spinal problems and enhance function. The muscles that support the spine may be strengthened and stretched with the aid of rehabilitation exercises.
Muscular Back Pain

Muscular Pain

Back pain brought on by muscle strain or overuse is known as muscular back pain. It could be related to activities like strenuous lifting or protracted uncomfortable sitting. Kaizen doctors and therapists employ methods like massage and trigger point treatment to address problems with tense or overworked back muscles. Our team may also suggest stretches and specific workout routines to aid with flexibility and ease tension in the affected muscles.


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(480) 930-9734


15300 N 90th St #950
Scottsdale, AZ 85260


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