Common Questions About Back Pain Relief in Omaha Kosak Chiropractic and Acupuncture in Omaha
Back pain is the number one issue requiring treatment from our Omaha chiropractor, Dr. Kosak. It is typically related to injury or misalignment and can take the form of low back pain, mid back pain or upper back pain. Fortunately, there is a non-invasive chiropractic treatment for most types of back pain.
The following are some of the most frequently asked questions Dr. Kosak in Omaha, NE receives about chiropractic care for upper, middle, and lower back pain relief.
Lower, middle and upper back pain can have a range of causes, including:
The basis of chiropractic care is correcting misalignments and imbalances in the musculoskeletal system. Once these issues are corrected, healing can occur more rapidly. Some of the treatments utilized by our Omaha chiropractor Kosak Chiropractic and Acupuncture include:
Manual manipulation of the spine
Instrument-based chiropractic treatments
Spinal decompression treatment
Address bulging or herniated discs
Reduce pressure on the spinal cord
Back pain is caused by a sprain or strain to one or more of the back muscles. Spinal misalignment from an injury, overuse or poor ergonomics can also cause discomfort and pain. Problems with the spinal discs in the form of a bulging disc, herniated disc or degenerative disc disease can also be at the root of back pain.
Yes. In addition to chiropractic care, our Omaha chiropractor might recommend the following services to enhance the healing process:
Postural screening and spinal adjustments
Chiropractic care offers non-invasive, drug-free relief for upper, middle and lower back pain. Kosak Chiropractic and Acupuncture in Omaha is here to facilitate efficient healing and effective back pain relief for the upper, middle and lower back. Dr. Kevin Kosak has a mission of assisting clients to have a high quality of life that’s free of pain and discomfort. Contact us today at 402-964-0300 to schedule an appointment for chiropractic.
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