Back and Neck Pain
The staff at Tindle & Associates deals with chronic pain nearly every day – the most common areas being the back and neck, which can originate from anything from a major traumatic event to sitting in the wrong kind of chair that doesn’t provide back support.
Regardless of the cause, neck and back pain can be debilitating. We use non-invasive procedures to help individuals beat neck and back pain. Our staff will help determine the best course of action to help our patients carry on their day-to-day lifestyle.
What are the symptoms of back and neck pain?
Those who suffer from back pain may experience a variety of symptoms including persistent aching or stiffness along the spine, a sharp pain in the upper or lower back, a pain that radiates from the low back into the calves, and even the inability to stand up straight because of severe muscle spasms.
Neck pain can be a dull or sharp painful sensation in the neck. Telling the staff at Tindle & Associates the exact spot it’s coming from can help provide clues to determine what’s causing the pain.
What causes back and neck pain?
Back pain can be caused by traumatic events like a car accident or fall, or can just happen naturally. Some individuals live with back pain every day of their life and have never experienced a traumatic incident. Other common causes include strained muscles or ligaments, injury caused by improper or heavy lifting, or pain after a sudden, awkward movement. More serious conditions include a ruptured disk, arthritis, skeletal irregularities, or osteoporosis.
Neck pain, on the other hand, can be cause by things as simple as leaning toward a computer or hunching over a chair when working. Wear-and-tear arthritis is also a common cause of neck pain. More serious causes include a strained muscle, worn joints, nerve compression, and whiplash.
How does Tindle & Associates treat back and neck pain?
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