Lower Back Pain
Low back pain is very common complaint. Approximately 80% of adults will have low back pain at some time in their lives.
A low back problem can present itself as stiffness, achiness, sharp pain, pain and/or pins and needles in the legs. There are several causes of low back pain, ranging from ‘slipped discs’/ hernias, muscle tension, sciatica, a nerve being pinched, pelvis problems from pregnancy and general wear and tear.
All these causes create a general lack of motion in the spine. The lack of motion between spinal vertebrae leads to increased tension in muscles and the nerves in the surrounding area, which leads to more pain.
Low back pain is by far the most common complaint we come across. By using specific chiropractic adjustments, the motion of spine is enhanced, nerve involvement and muscle tension is reduced, the pain eases and the body can heal. Read about our first consult, so you see what you to expect.
Additionally, you might want to have a look at our testimonials and see what results we have had with fellow low back pain patients.
Sara is a fantastic chiropractor both in the technical skills she applies but also, and as important, in the relationship she creates with me as a patient. Her listening, empathy and support are exceptional and I would be happy to recommend her to anyone. She makes me feel confident in her approach and that my condition is being treated in the best way. She has never been unable to answer a question I have and I always feel very comfortable and safe when being treated. She is great!
I would (and have done) recommend Milton to anyone who has a problem. Care and treatment top class.
Jasper is a highly valued member of Cambridge United's medical team and plays a crucial role in helping ensure our treatment plans for players are cutting edge, evidence based and in accordance with the latest guidelines for clinical excellence.