People often accept back pain as a normal part of life. They may feel like they need to just live with it and try to go on. Other people may feel they will just wait until their back pain gets worse before consulting a low back pain doctor near Farmington, NI. However, pain is never normal, and waiting for back pain to get worse can be dangerous.
Back pain is one of the most common reasons that people are hospitalized. Back pain is the third most common reason for surgery. Back pain can disturb your sleep, your work, cleaning your home, and just about anything you need to do on a daily basis. In some cases, we may be causing our own back pain. Here are some things that cause back pain and what you might be able to do to alleviate it. Then we will talk about where to get professional help for back pain that just won’t go away.
If you have made some of the suggestions above and are still having back pain, it may be time to visit an upper cervical chiropractor in Farmington. We focus on helping the top bones of the neck get back into place and remain there. We do this through a gentle method not requiring us to pop or crack the spine or neck. These bones often move out of alignment through simple everyday mishaps such as a trip, a mild car accident, or a sporting accident. By correcting the misalignment, many people have reported seeing great relief for back pain.
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Dr. Perkins grew up in Novi, Michigan and attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. He received his Doctorate Magna Cum Laude with a focus on Upper Cervical Chiropractic care. Chris is well known in the community for his public speaking and holds a number of professional certifications. We are proud to say that Dr. Perkins and Perkins Family Wellness has been recognized by Hour Magazine as one of the Top Chiropractors in Metro Detroit for 3 years in row.