According to WebMD, about 7.7 million Americans are getting chiropractic care for back pain. These issues can be caused by a number of things, including vehicle accidents, falls, muscle strains, sports injuries and more. Pain occurs due to misalignments in your spine, bulging discs, fractures, arthritis, kidney problems, pregnancy, being overweight, and other situations. Day-to-day habits including smoking, wearing high heels, slouching, or lifting heavy items can also cause back pain.
When you are experiencing back pain, it can throw off your whole day, making normal activities much harder to complete. Getting in and out of bed or the car can become a chore. Luckily, Beck and Blackley Chiropractic Clinic can help. We offer chiropractic services for patients in Fayetteville, NC; Lumberton NC; Laurinburg, NC; Hope Mills, NC; Pembroke, NC; and St. Pauls, NC, focusing on spinal manipulation and treatment of the surrounding structures.
Any number of traumas, light or severe, can cause pain, including falling on a hard surface, auto accidents, sports injuries, and so on. Sometimes injuries build up over time. Even the way you sit in your chair at work can affect your back. It’s not uncommon for a person who has been in a car crash to walk away feeling fine, only to find out later that he was injured much more than he realized. If you are in any kind of pain, or if you have suffered a major accident, please come to our clinic. We never charge for a consultation.
When you come to see us for back pain or any other issue, we will take down medical history, perform a physical exam and examine any lab tests/diagnostic images to develop a treatment plan to restore function and prevent injury. These types of chiropractic services are safe and effective for decreasing pain and improving the healing process.
• Auto Accident Injuries • Back Pain • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (pain or numbness in the wrist) • Disc Injuries • Headaches • Knee Pain
• Neck Pain • Pinched Nerve • Rotator Cuff Injuries • Sciatica (pain or tingling in the leg) • Shoulder Pain
• Whiplash (sudden stretching of the neck)