Back pain is the most disabling condition worldwide today. If you’re dealing with persistent back pain and feeling hopeless about it, the Dynamic Injury Solutions LLC team in Upper Darby, Norristown, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, wants you to know that you can get back to good health and normal function without relying on habit-forming drugs. The team combines cutting-edge scientific and alternative medicine methods to help you overcome back pain, no matter the cause. Call the office nearest you or book an appointment using online scheduling now.
Many things can trigger back pain, including underlying disease, overuse, and injury. Some of the most common causes include:
Anyone can experience back pain, but if you have certain risk factors, you’re more vulnerable to discomfort. Some major back pain risk factors include aging, poor conditioning (lack of exercise), strenuous occupation, obesity, and poor posture.
Mild back soreness once in a while, particularly after a period of strenuous activity, may go away with a day or two of rest. But, what about back pain that’s more serious? In that case, you need to seek out the underlying cause and receive targeted treatment.
If your back pain is moderate-to-severe, prevents you from doing your job or taking part in activities you enjoy, or just doesn’t respond to conservative care at home, you need to see the Dynamic Injury Solutions LLC team for a comprehensive back pain assessment.
At Dynamic Injury Solutions LLC, the team takes a gentle, progressive approach to minimizing your back pain and improving your function. Your treatment typically includes both scientifically based care and alternative therapies, including:
Physical therapy encompasses a wide range of approaches that go beyond manual manipulation, such as transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), therapeutic ultrasound, iontophoresis patches, and a variety of exercise techniques.
Chiropractic care includes chiropractic spine adjustments, joint strapping, cold laser therapy, Kinesio taping, and other noninvasive techniques.
Acupuncture techniques for back pain can include thin needling, cupping, auricular acupuncture, electro-acupuncture, moxibustion, and other methods.
Depending on your diagnosis, you might also need to wear a back brace or another type of supportive device as you recover from your injury or condition.
Learn more about how you can reduce back pain and improve your mobility through cutting-edge treatments now. Call the Dynamic Injury Solutions LLC closest to you, or use the online scheduling tool to arrange your back pain consultation today.