What's Wrong? Soft Tissue Injuries to the Back Need TLC

Spinal discs are subject to many types of damage.

Discs, ligaments and muscles are at risk with any back injury.

When your back hurts, a spinal examination might reveal that have damage to soft tissues of the spine. Discs are subject to bulging, thinning, tearing, or herniation and back muscles and ligaments can become inflamed and strained with injury.

Spinal malfunction that results in problems with discs, ligaments and other soft tissues may necessitate continued care for your back, even after your pain is gone. Regular spinal assessments and adjustments can help heal and prevent further injury, much like a periodic dental check ups or eye exams. 

Your spine needs attention, especially if it has been injured. There is an array of therapies that can be used to assist in healing and maintenance. Various treatment modalities sucha as chiropractic techniques and rehabilitative procedures are helpful and effective.

Choose your strengthening exercises carefully, and when it comes to any issues with your back, feel free to contact us with any questions. We want to hear from you! Reach out anytime →



Dr. Mike Urban's experience in sport performance training, cardiovascular rehabilitation, and neuromusculoskeletal chiropractic disciplines have been achieved through field experience and extensive education that includes training through Chapel, McMurtrie and Bartlett Chiropractic Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Clinic in Chesterfield, Missouri. Dr. Urban checks his email daily and welcomes any questions, comments, or inquiries to info@spineandsportsclinic.com

Posted on July 24, 2015 and filed under wellness & conditioning.