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Chiropractor for Your Back Pain in Glendale AZ

Are you suffering from low back pain? Is it a struggle to get from the couch to the kitchen? Are you just one more sick day away from losing your job?

We understand and can help you.

Chiropractic Treatment for Your Low Back Pain

Low back pain is one of the most common conditions in today’s world. Approximately 80% of the United States population will experience low back pain at some point in their lives. That makes it the third leading cause of visits to the doctor.
There are many causes of low back pain. Muscle strain or fatigue may result from overexertion. Degenerative changes to the lower spine can be the result of many years of repetitive stresses or poor posture. Physical trauma, such as car accidents or slip and fall injuries can damage the muscles, ligaments and discs that support the spine. All of these stresses, however, can result in the most common cause of low back pain…spinal subluxation. A subluxation is when a bone in your spine becomes misaligned and gets stuck. This can pinch, stretch, or otherwise irritate the delicate nerves that your spine is designed to protect. When this happens, it causes problems where that nerve travels to. If that misalignment is in your low back, it frequently results in low back pain.
In their attempt to deal with low back pain, many people seek relief in drugs or surgery. Painkillers only mask the pain temporarily. Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs have been linked to several health conditions, such as stomach ulcers, liver and kidney damage, as well as heart problems. Opioids are highly addictive and potentially deadly. Most cases of low back pain are not candidates for surgery, as the failure rate for low back surgery is 50% for the first surgery and significantly higher for subsequent surgeries.
Trinity Chiropractic offers a drug-free, non-surgical approach to helping you with your low back pain. Dr. David Iszler takes a unique approach to helping you get over your pain. When you meet with Dr. Iszler, he will do an in-depth consultation to find out what is contributing to your low back pain. He will then do a chiropractic examination and take x-rays, if needed, to get to the cause. He will go over his findings in detail so you understand where your pain is coming from and go over his recommended action plan to correct the problem causing your pain so you can get you back to doing what you love to do. If yours is not a chiropractic case, he will help you get to the right place for your condition.

Dr. Iszler is Advanced Proficiency Certified in the newest technique in chiropractic, Torque Release Technique (TRT). Using this technique, he will adjust your spine and correct the misalignment without the uncomfortable twisting and popping that most people associate with chiropractic adjustments. Depending on your condition and situation, other treatment options are available to assist in correcting the underlying cause of your pain. Electrical stimulation can help to decrease pain and muscle tension. Spinal decompression is effective at decompressing the discs, joints and nerves in your low back as well as improving mobility. Our state-of-the-art Class IV deep tissue therapeutic laser helps to decrease pain and inflammation as well as speeding along your body’s natural healing process. Because we want to correct your underlying condition rather than just chasing your pain, we also incorporate spinal and postural rehabilitation into your care. This addresses the structures that support your spine to speed your healing process along and make these changes more permanent.

Call us today to schedule your consultation so you can get off the couch and back to enjoying life.

Frequently Asked Questions

What causes low back pain?
There are several causes for low back pain, ranging from muscle strain and fatigue to injuries.

However, the most common cause is a misaligned bone in your spine, called a subluxation.

How do I know if I have a subluxation?
Dr. Iszler will do an in-depth consultation along with a chiropractic examination and x-rays, if
necessary, to determine if your pain is due to a subluxation.
Do I need a referral to see a chiropractor?
No. You do not need a referral from another doctor to see a chiropractor.
Do you take x-rays?
Depending on what the doctor finds during your examination, he will take x-rays if necessary. We have on-site digital x-rays so you don’t have to go anywhere else to have them taken.
Do the adjustments hurt?
No. Dr. Iszler uses the newest technique in chiropractic, called Torque Release Technique. This technique utilizes a small handheld adjusting instrument, called the Integrator, to gently adjust the one bone that needs it without twisting and popping.
Do you offer spinal decompression?
Yes. Our spinal decompression table provides gentle traction to decompress the discs, joints and nerves in your low back without the uncomfortable straps and harnesses that typical tables require.
Do you offer laser therapy for low back pain?
Yes. Our Class IV deep tissue therapeutic laser helps to decrease pain and inflammation, increase oxygenation of the tissues and speeds up your body’s natural healing process.
What makes Trinity Chiropractic different?
We use the newest technique in chiropractic, called Torque Release Technique (TRT) to gently adjust your spine without twisting and popping. We also combine this with spinal and postural rehabilitation to speed your healing along and make your changes more permanent.
What could be causing my back pain?
Back pain can have several causes, including sprains, strains, disc bulges, and degenerative changes. The most common cause of back pain is misalignment of the spinal bones (vertebrae), which is known as subluxation.
How can chiropractic care help to alleviate my back pain?
Chiropractic care helps to alleviate back pain by restoring proper alignment of the spinal bones (vertebrae). This takes pressure off of the nerves, resulting in reduced pain. Many chiropractors also use spinal and postural rehabilitation to help strengthen the structures that support the spine.
How many chiropractic treatments will I need for my back pain?
Everyone has unique needs and heals at their own pace. The number of treatments depends on the severity of the problem and how long it has been there, as well as the underlying cause.
Are there any exercises or stretches that can help to relieve my back pain?
Yes. There are stretches and exercises that can help with relieving your back pain. Your chiropractor will give recommendations based on your specific needs.
What lifestyle changes can I make to prevent future back pain?
There are several lifestyle changes that can help to prevent future back pain. These include, but are not limited to improving posture, avoiding prolonged sitting, and getting regular exercise.
Is chiropractic care safe for back pain treatment?
Yes. Chiropractic care is safe for back pain treatment. It is actually statistically safer than taking aspirin.
Can chiropractic care be used in conjunction with other treatments for back pain?
Chiropractic care is frequently used in conjunction with other treatments, such as acupuncture and massage therapy.
What are the most effective chiropractic techniques for back pain?
All chiropractic techniques work. However, one technique that works well for one person may not work as well for the next. That is why it is important to see a chiropractor that is able to adapt adjusting techniques to your specific needs.
How can I maintain the results of chiropractic treatment for back pain?
You can maintain the result of your chiropractic care by following through with maintenance care after your corrective care is complete. Your chiropractor will still see you on a regular basis, just much less often. There is no magic number. It may be once per week, twice per month, or maybe only once per month. This is dependent on your individual situation.
How can I prevent back pain from recurring?
Preventing recurrences of back pain involves maintaining a healthy weight, regular exercise, avoiding prolonged sitting, proper bending and lifting, and regular chiropractic maintenance, just to name a few.