Are you looking for lower back pain relief near Snellville after being involved in a car accident?
If so, then you may benefit from visiting the Chiropractors at AICA Snellville.
Chiropractic therapy can treat whiplash injuries and provide pain relief following a collision, and these accidents can cause you to suffer lower back pain in a variety of ways.
Because of the forceful impact that can be involved in a car accident, it is not uncommon for people to suffer compression fractures in the lower and middle parts of the spine.
When the collision occurs, the seatbelt holds the passenger’s lower body in place while the upper body may be flung forward, a motion that can pull the vertebrae apart.
A spinal fracture can also result in a spinal cord injury if the bone is displaced.
If you have a spinal fracture, you may experience moderate to severe pain that feels worse when you move.
As mentioned earlier, the impact of a car collision can cause the spinal vertebrae to shift out of place when fractured.
In some cases, the displaced bone can narrow the spinal canal and put pressure on nerves that cause symptoms such as weakness, numbness, or pain in the leg or buttock.
Chiropractic Adjustments can be effective in treating the symptoms of this condition.
Between the bones of your spine are pieces of cushioning tissue called spinal discs.
When a person is involved in an automobile accident, these cushioning discs end up absorbing a substantial amount of the impact on the spine.
When this happens, it is not uncommon for a disc to herniate, meaning that its inner portion pushes out through the disc’s exterior ring.
A herniated disc may heal on its own and cause the individual to experience no symptoms.
However, if the bulging disc is pressing on a nerve root that attaches to the spine, this can cause pain, weakness, or numbness in the back or in the limbs.
If you are suffering from lower back pain and are interested in learning more about our approach to treatment, call us today to schedule an appointment.
We are available Monday through Sunday, 24 hours a day and accept walk-in visits if you happen to be nearby.
You can contact us through our online submission form or by calling our Snellville clinic at 404-889-8826.