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Lifting Injuries, Lower Back Pain, and Seeing a Chiropractor

It’s smart to work out on a regular basis and to get plenty of exercise. Unfortunately, however, your workout may occasionally result in injuries, including lifting injuries that stress your back, neck, and other parts of your body. On top of that, poor work ergonomics could make the pain worse. Fortunately, you can visit our chiropractor for lasting pain relief. Stop by Lynch Chiropractic Center in Lexington today and speak with our chiropractor.

How Chiropractors Can Treat Lower Back Pain and Help Heal Lifting Injuries

Many things can cause lower back pain and aches elsewhere. Poor workplace ergonomics is a common cause of back and neck pain. Usually, working out is good for your body, but if you use poor form or overexert yourself, you might stress your neck or back. You may also pull muscles or overextend your joints, resulting in aches.

Pain medications might provide temporary relief, and rest is often a wise idea. That said, pain pills typically only mask pain, and for a short time at that. Medications can also be quite expensive, and some are addictive.

So how should you address lower back pain, neck soreness, and other issues? Visiting a chiropractor is a wise move. Unlike pain medications, chiropractors don’t just mask pain, we work to address the underlying problems.

Chiropractors can work with your body to reduce pain and tension. If your back is misaligned, for example, this may create strain throughout your body. Besides back pain, a misaligned spine can cause headaches, jaw pain, joint issues, neck problems, and more. A chiropractor, however, may be able to straighten out your spine to deliver lasting relief.

A chiropractor can also work with you to identify other sources of pain besides lifting injuries. Your lower back pain or sore neck may be the result of a car accident you never fully recovered from. Bad work ergonomics or a bed that doesn’t provide enough support can also cause pain.

Contact us at Lynch Chiropractic Center in Lexington for hands-on treatment and lasting pain relief.

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Monday
7:45 am - 6:15 pm
Tuesday
7:45 am - 6:15 pm
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7:45 am - 6:15 pm
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