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How A Chiropractor Can Help Your Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common ailments that people face, and finding the right relief is no easy task. Modern chiropractic treatment is based on the assumption that back pain is caused by misalignment of the spine. Spinal manipulation involves physical pushing, pulling, and methodical repositioning of the head, shoulders, neck, back, or hips to help alleviate back pain. Many people choose to see a chiropractor about their back pain. In fact, an estimated 27 million Americans are evaluated and treated by a chiropractor each year, mostly for back pain relief, according to a 2015 National Institutes of Health report.

Chiropractic medicine is a natural and safe alternative to other treatments, including conventional pain management such as steroids, anti-inflammatory medication and surgery, which are associated with risks, side effects and complications. In fact, chiropractic services are less invasive than many other forms of medicine, and numerous studies have proven their safety and effectiveness for patients of all ages.

Spinal manipulation is typically most effective when combined with more traditional therapies to treat back pain, such as:

  • Heat and cold therapies
  • Massage
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Electrical stimulation or ultrasound
  • Exercise and stretching
  • Patient education

If you are someone that finds themselves dealing with back pain, and feel like chiropractic care might benefit you, our Duluth Chiropractor Robert Torgrimson may be able to help. You can contact Associated Chiropractic Physicians at (218) 728-3686, we have over 30 years of chiropractic experience and look forward to helping you!


  1. It’s fascinating how a chiropractor uses a spine adjustment technique that can make your back and body pain go away. My brother talked about participating in marathons as soon as this pandemic slows down. Maybe we should find a chiropractor that can treat him when he feels any discomfort.

  2. It’s really helpful to read all of the complimentary things that can help you avoid back pain after spinal adjustments. Having advice about how to properly maintain one’s posture and having regular stretching routines could help me prevent it from coming back. I’ll ask a back pain expert for this kind of advice as soon as I find one in the area.

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