Friday, July 15, 2022

How Can a Chiropractor Relieve Lower Back Pain from Exercising?

Did you know a trainer or weightlifting coach and specific correction chiropractic can work together to help you get the best results from your workouts? Personal trainers and weightlifting coaches want to make sure your muscles engage with the correct order and timing while performing a movement.

When you feel better, you work out better, and you’ll be able to stick to your workout schedule without taking long breaks to relieve an injury. 

If you have injured your lower back, neck or any other part of your body in the gym, you have options when it comes to treatment. Everything from over-the-counter medications, massage, foam rolling, and stretching. The list goes on and on. But why would you want to see a chiropractor, especially a specific correction chiropractor?

Most people think that strength training will only aggravate injuries, but did you know strength training exercises are a great way to stay fit generally, but also improve mobility, confidence and overall health, including lower back pain?

When done properly, strength exercises do exactly that – strengthen weak muscles in your legs, core, and back, which will give you more support over time and help reduce back pain.

Read the full article about preventing lower back pain on our website!

Our goal at Pivotal Chiropractic is to make sure there are no blockages in your nervous system as a result of an injury that would cause weakness in any extremities or affect the nerve communication in your body.

Specific Correction Chiropractic care will help any active person whether it be the weekend warrior training for a 5k or the seasoned weightlifter performing at the competitive level.

As a Specific Structural Corrective Chiropractor, Dr. Gessert is dedicated to diagnosing and correcting the underlying cause of your lower back pain. If you have back pain, neck pain, or tingling or numbness in your hands and feet, it’s time to see a chiropractor. To schedule a complimentary consultation, where a conversation is never a commitment, contact us at 734-221-0362.

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