Low Back & Sciatica Pain
Low back pain is something that almost everyone experiences at one point in their life. However, there is a difference between occasional low back pain caused by injury and chronic low back pain. Chiropractic care provides a natural pain relief alternative for individuals suffering from low back pain, despite its cause. Additionally, our treatment can help take care of the cause, providing the opportunity for the body to heal itself rather than simply treating the symptoms.
Bynum Chiropractic has provided relief and healing to individuals of all ages, in the Dallas metro area. Our care can allow you to pursue new activities and live the life you once enjoyed without unnecessary pain. It is a safe, effective treatment that aims to treat and correct the cause of your pain, not simply the symptoms. Because of this, it offers the potential for long-lasting relief.
Low Back Pain vs. Sciatica Pain
Low back pain can be caused by a wide range of injuries and ailments. Many individuals suffer from low back pain due to sprained ligaments, ruptured disks, inflamed joints, trigger points, and strained muscles. Injuries caused by slip and fall accidents, car crashes, sports-related injuries, and workplace incidents can all cause low back pain. Even if the effects of these incidents are not immediately apparent, they can continue to cause pain years after their onset. These injuries can all be successfully treated with a variety of our reliable techniques.
However, there are other causes of low back pain besides an injury. One of these conditions is known as sciatica. Sciatica is a condition that affects the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is a large nerve that originates in your lower back and then extends down the back of your leg. When you begin to experience pain in your leg or rear, sciatica may be the culprit. Approximately 5% to 10% of people who experience lower back pain have sciatica, with the prevalence of low back pain ranging from 49% to 70%.
Many people overlook the possibility of sciatica. However, it can be easily discovered and diagnosed by a chiropractor. Some of the most common signs of sciatica include the following:
Failing to receive treatment for low back or sciatica pain can cause the condition to worsen. If left unattended, pain can quickly become unbearable. Dr. David Bynum is well-known throughout the Dallas area for the relief he provides to patients suffering from low back pain caused by sciatica or another condition.
Pain Relief for Low Back & Sciatica Pain
Treatment by one of our experienced chropractors is the best way to experience relief from low back pain caused by sciatica or other conditions or injuries. Dr. Bynum uses modern qualified techniques to reduce nerve pain due to both short- and long-term nerve compression. He does this by performing a series of spinal adjustments or manipulations to return movement to the spine. This process also restores misaligned vertebral bodies to their correct position in the spine.
Using a combination of adjustment techniques ranging from a swift high-velocity thrust to combining minimal force and gentle pressure, he alleviates the pressure of the nerve. In addition to certified techniques, Dr. Bynum provides his patients with advice and education on other ways to reduce their low back pain. This knowledge of whole-body wellness has created a large base of loyal patients.
Visiting Us at Bynum's for Pain Relief
During your first visit to Bynum Chiropractic, Dr. David Bynum will conduct a thorough examination. This visit is focused on discovering and diagnosing the cause of your low back pain. At this appointment, Dr. Bynum and his experienced team of professionals will create a unique plan of care that caters to your distinct needs and injuries.
The first goal of our treatment is to alleviate your pain. By releasing pinched nerves, realigning your spinal structure, and reducing strain to muscles and ligaments, your pain will swiftly reside. This phase of treatment lasts between 4 to 12 weeks, depending on the cause, type, and severity of your low back pain.
Once your pain is successfully addressed, you will enter the corrective phase. At this point in your treatment, you will be experiencing little to no additional pain. The primary goal of this portion of your journey is to address and correct any misalignments which require additional attention.
The final stage in your care plan is the wellness phase. Our patients in this phase of care visit our office between 1 to 4 times each month. The goal of the wellness phase is to maintain the hard work you have done to achieve wellness. By maintaining your routine wellness visits, you eliminate the possibility of a reoccurrence of your low back pain.
When you receive care for your low back or sciatica pain, with us, you can be sure that your best interests are always considered. Dr. Bynum and his staff will never suggest a treatment that is not necessary or beneficial to your overall health. They believe that a successful practice is one that puts their patients first.
Our Special Care for Sciatica Pain in Dallas
Dr. David Bynum is a licensed and board-certified chiropractor with a passion for enabling his patients to live a pain-free life. A specialist in back pain, he caters to patients with low back and sciatica pain on a daily basis. We serve individuals in Dallas, Addison, Arlington, Plano, Garland, Irving, McKinney, Frisco, Denton, Carrollton, and the surrounding areas.
Chiropractors help is an unconventional natural treatment for pain relief. This alternative treatment seeks to treat the source of the pain, not simply the symptoms. Because of this, treatment from a chiropractor can provide long-lasting results.
Routine chiropractic sessions with an experienced chiropractor like Dr. Bynum can provide you with relief and the ability to once again live a suffering free life. Contact us today to schedule your appointment and experience long-term relief.