From an article in the Neurologic Clinics Journal titled: Epidemiology and Risk Factors for Spine Pain comes a fact that found up to 80% of people will experience lower back pain in there lifetime at least once. Lack of flexibility, having trouble when getting up from a seated position or having trouble bending forward to tie your shoe may be early warning sign of low back pain to come. Low back pain is debilitating and affects us not only physically but psychologically. Whether it’s the stress from not being able to work because of the pain or the feeling of not being able to move because of the pain. NSAIDs and opioids provide short term relief.
At Complete Performance Center, we look at the biomechanical and functional issues that can cause low back pain. Our goal is to get you out of pain with treatments known as Graston, A.R.T, EMS, and adjustments. These components when combined with rehab can get you back on the path to having a healthy low back.