Low Back

Chiropractors are #1 for the Treatment of Low Back Pain.

If you are currently suffering from low back pain, you are not alone. One-half of all working Americans report having back pain symptoms each year.1 Whether it is localized pain, back spasms, or radiating pain-causing additional leg pain the root cause is generally the same. A lack of global balanced muscle and joint function creates imbalances and a significant increase in stress to a particular region. Prolonged sitting, driving, and poor posture are all contributing habits that reinforce this pattern of increased stress and make you susceptible to injury. Low back pain affects every aspect of your life; exercising, sleeping, playing with your children, and working all become a chore. In fact, back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work and loss of quality of life.2

The good news is that identifying and correcting these imbalances is easy and affordable when treated by a properly trained professional. The key to reaching any goal is taking that first step. Making an appointment to be fully examined and assessed to identify those areas that are negatively affecting your health is that step.

New Life Family Chiropractic Center will take the time to identify the root cause of your problem with a low-cost examination and consultation. Take that first step to relieve your symptoms of pain and improve your health. Call today for an appointment at 219-769-LIFE (5433).

Vallfors B. Acute, Subacute and Chronic Low Back Pain: Clinical Symptoms, Absenteeism and Working Environment. Scan J Rehab Med Suppl 1985; 11: 1-98.
This total represents only the more readily identifiable costs for medical care, workers’ compensation payments, and time lost from work. It does not include costs associated with lost personal income due to acquired physical limitation resulting from a back problem and lost employer productivity due to employee medical absence. In Project Briefs: Back Pain Patient Outcomes Assessment Team (BOAT). In MEDTEP Update, Vol. 1 Issue 1, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, Rockville,