Back & Neck Pain

Necks and backs have been causing humans pain for millennia. In fact, back pain is mentioned in the oldest medical text in the world. But both are more common today than ever before.

A study from Saskatchewan suggests about 85% of working adults will experience back pain. Meanwhile, neck pain is so common you’d be hard pressed to find someone who hasn’t woken up with a sore or stiff neck at least once.

The pain can be a dull ache – in any one moment it might be tolerable, or annoying, but over time it grates away at you. Or it can be the opposite – sharp and painful. Either way, chiropractic care can help you relieve those awful symptoms of back and neck pain.

Our increasingly sedentary lifestyles contribute to the high number of people who suffer from neck and back pain. But the causes are often multifaceted and complex. Dr Wandler is an expert at determining why you’re experiencing neck and back pain.

From there, an effective treatment program that treats the root causes of your neck and back pain can be designed and implemented. Leaving you pain free and mobile.

How can Wandler Chiropractic help?

At Wandler Chiropractic, we have plenty of tools in our belt to relieve and treat back and neck pain. We’ll consider how clinical treatments like spinal adjustment, mobilization, soft tissue therapy, exercise, education, and cold laser therapy can best be used for your specific pain.

By treating the symptoms and addressing the underlying causes, chiropractic care reduces pain, improves your range of movement, and decreases your likelihood of experiencing back or neck pain again in the future. It also reduces the likelihood of your pain becoming a chronic condition.

Book an appointment today to see how Wandler Chiropractic can ease, relieve and treat your neck and back pain.

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