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Low Back Pain Treatment in Atlanta and Sandy Springs: Can a Chiropractor Really Help?

Written By Levinson Chiropractic & Vax-D Therapy on July 15, 2019

Man in need of low back pain treatment in AtlantaMany people believe that you need to have back surgery in order to treat lower back pain.

However, there are multiple, non-invasive low back pain treatment options, many of which can be obtained by seeing an Atlanta chiropractor.

One way your chiropractor can treat lower back pain is through a process called spinal decompression.

Spinal Decompression: A Low Back Pain Treatment That Really Works

The team at Levinson Chiropractic uses a process called VAX-D Spinal Decompression. To understand how this form of treatment works, it’s important to examine why you experience low back pain in the first place.

Lower back pain can be caused by:

  • Trauma
  • Herniated or bulging discs
  • Arthritis
  • Sciatic nerve issues
  • Abnormal curvature of the spine
  • A sedentary lifestyle
  • Excess weight

All of these conditions put pressure on the nerves of the back, which can lead to inflammation and pain.

Spinal decompression is helpful in relieving that pressure.

The VAX-D system gently elongates the spine, taking the pressure off of the tender nerves and discs of the spine. This relief can result in less pain, as well as a reduction in the inflammatory response.

Why Chiropractic Care Is Often Best for Lower Back Pain

Some people think the best way to treat lower back pain is with surgery. Although surgical procedures are more successful now than they used to be, that doesn’t automatically mean that this is the best treatment for every patient.

Many patients do well with less invasive low back pain treatment in the Atlanta and Sandy Springs area, including chiropractic care. A combination of treatments—chiropractic adjustments, spinal decompression, and massage therapy—allows your chiropractor to help ease your pain quickly and painlessly.

Do you suffer from lower back pain? Would you like to get some relief from your pain? Call us at (404) 257-0404 to schedule an evaluation. We’ll discuss which treatment options are best for your unique needs.   


Posted In: Chiropractic Low Back Pain