Back pain is one of the leading causes of disability in the United States. If you miss work and other activities due to chronic back pain, experienced chiropractor and physiotherapist Travis Mann, DC, offers comprehensive care to restore your back and spine health. At Reform Ortho & Sports Rehab in Farmers Branch, Texas, Dr. Mann provides convenient access to chiropractic services, physiotherapy, and massage therapy to get you back to your usual activities. Find out more about your options for chronic back pain by calling the office or booking a visit online today.
Back pain is the result of many factors. When pain lasts more than six months, your pain is considered chronic. Chronic pain is often due to conditions like:
You can also develop chronic back pain because of being overweight or improperly lifting heavy objects.
As you get older, your spinal vertebrae begin to deteriorate, which can lead to chronic back pain and a gradual loss of your mobility.
As an experienced chiropractor, Dr. Mann knows many techniques that address the root cause of your back pain. If you have nerve compression issues from an injury or herniated disc, Dr. Mann may recommend spinal decompression therapy. This type of treatment involves spinal stretching maneuvers on a special table to address vertebrae misalignments or damaged discs that press on your nerves.
Dr. Mann also performs manual and instrument-assisted manipulations to correct the alignment of your spine and improve your mobility. Over the course of several appointments, Dr. Mann makes necessary adjustments to realign the joints of your spine, hips, and shoulders to alleviate chronic pain.
Dr. Mann creates a comprehensive treatment plan based on your specific needs with the goal of alleviating pain for the long-term and reducing the worsening of your pain and mobility issues.
In addition to chiropractic care, Dr. Mann evaluates the severity of your condition and recommends other therapies, including massage and physiotherapy.
Massage therapy is good for relaxing the back muscles that support your spine and increasing blood flow to injured muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
Physiotherapy is beneficial for boosting the muscles that support your spine and restoring your mobility and the range of motion in your back. Dr. Mann may also recommend at-home exercises to keep your spine strong and prevent additional injuries that worsen existing back pain.
If chronic back pain reduces your quality of life, don’t delay an evaluation. Schedule a visit with Dr. Mann today by calling the office or requesting an appointment online.