The daily stresses of our life can wreak havoc on our bodies. Whether you’re sitting for hours in car commuting to and from work, spending the day hunched over a computer, lifting your children or doing manual labor, the spine suffers the most from our daily activities. In fact, experts estimate that roughly 80 percent of people will experience a back problem at some point in their lives. After the common cold, lower back pain is the second most common reason for visits to the doctor and/or emergency room.
That’s why chiropractors exist: to undo the damage our bodies absorb after everything we put them through. Using a century-old technique based on manual therapy, chiropractic services treat and prevent neuromusculoskeletal disorders, particularly those that cause lower back pain, neck pain and headaches.