Chiropractic Care for Neck Pain in Houston
Providing Lasting and Natural Relief from Neck Pain
An Overview of Neck and Back Pain
In addition to subluxations, there are a number of soft tissue problems involving the muscles, ligaments, tendons and discs that support the posture of the spine that can cause pain. Because everything is interconnected, it is important that any soft tissue strains, sprains and injuries also be addressed. Another cause of acute back and neck pains can be damage to the discs that act as shock absorbers between your vertebrae. Ruptured or herniated discs fail to cushion the nerves so that out-of-place vertebrae pinch them even more painfully.
Dr. Johnson can help with all of these causes of pain. After a complete exam and medical history to discover the reason behind your pain, he can design a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan that addresses your needs for healing and pain relief. Usually, this involves very precise spinal adjustments to restore the correct alignment of the vertebrae. This frees up pinched nerves and leads to pain relief. In addition, he may recommend a course of therapeutic exercises and physiotherapy treatments to help address problems with muscles and other soft tissues so that they can be retrained and reconditioned to properly support good posture. To address ruptured or herniated discs, he may recommend a series of spinal decompression treatments.
How to Treat Back Pain
Comprehensive Chiropractic BioPhysics examination and treatment of Spine conditions such as herniated disc, scoliosis, neck pain, back pain, headaches, leg pain, sciatica, paresthesia, degenerative disc disease, osteoarthritis, bulged disc, Vertebral Subluxations, chronic pain syndrome, compressed spinal disc, pinched nerves, and most neuromusculoskeletal conditions
Every patient is different and every case of neck or back pain is completely individual, so Dr. Johnson will spend all the time necessary to develop a treatment plain tailored to your specific needs. To schedule an appointment, please call 281-405-2611.