1. Chiropractic therapy
Chiropractic therapy can help identify any areas of misalignment, imbalances, or weakness in the back or spine. Once the problem areas have been identified, a comprehensive chiropractic treatment plan will be developed to resolve these issues.
2. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, or HBOT, is a cutting-edge treatment that treats pain at its source. In this innovative therapy, you’ll breathe pure oxygen in a pressurized room or chamber. In doing so, the body delivers oxygen-rich blood to cells and tissue that are damaged or inflamed. This increased oxygen supply streamlines the recovery process and supports the body’s innate ability to heal itself.
3. Class IV laser therapy
Class IV laser therapy has been an instrumental treatment option in alleviating chronic back pain and supporting injury recovery for years. But, how does it work? Laser therapy is a type of non-invasive, therapeutic treatment that elicits a photochemical response in damaged or inflamed tissue. The wavelengths of light delivered through class IV laser therapy can help improve your healing time, reduce your back pain, and promote better circulation.
4. Near-infrared light therapy
Near-infrared light therapy can be a great treatment option for people who suffer from back pain due to poor circulation. Also referred to as NIR light therapy, this treatment delivers wavelengths that penetrate about two inches into the human dermis, which gives access to the cellular level of the human body. These wavelengths help stimulate the body’s ability to heal itself and prevent pain from occurring in the future.
Historically, acupuncture has been used to balance the flow of energy in the body. These imbalances are often the primary causes of pain and tension. As further research has been conducted, it’s become clear that acupuncture can release soft tissue tension, reset pain signals in the brain, and calm the central nervous system.
Prevent back pain from occurring in the future
In addition to treating your existing back pain, you’ll also want to ensure you’re taking preventative measures to avoid that pain from occurring again in the future. These measures can include:
- Regular exercise
- Not being too sedentary, especially if you work at a desk all day
- Building core strength to support your spine
- Exercising proper posture while sitting and standing
- Wearing comfortable shoes with strong support
- Sleeping on a high-quality mattress
Find relief for your back pain in Denver
If you’re struggling with back pain—whether short-term or chronic—relief is possible. At McWhorter CNR, we offer a wide variety of treatment options to address pain and help our patients feel happier, healthier, and pain-free.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our pain management specialists.