Low back pain can be very scary, but it shouldn’t be

When you suffer from low back pain a lot of thoughts can go rushing through your head. You may wonder if you will ever feel better.  You might wonder if her back pain will ever go away.  You  might think that he’ll never be able to play with her kids again get back to golfing or get back to work.  However for the vast majority of people with this simply is not true.

80% of people experience back pain at some point in their life.  Only a tiny minority of these people have debilitating back pain that becomes chronic in nature.  In the vast majority of cases people get better when they have low back pain.  It is very common for people to think that they will never get better once they have severe back pain.  This is just part of the natural cycle of having back pain. It is part of the back pain experience in most cases.  Knowing this and understanding this can help you get on the road to recovery.

What can you do to get on that road to recovery when you’re scared of your back pain

First of all you need to do her best to push out these negative thoughts.

You’re almost certainly going to get that her.  You need to know and understand this.  Completely understandable to be scared of the back pain but you need to know in the back you had you going to get better.  Pushing out these negative thoughts and replacing them with more positive thoughts has been shown to have better clinical outcomes.  It makes you more likely to get better faster.

The second thing you need to do is to learn more about her back pain.

Learn more about your back pain why it’s happening, what’s causing it.  Once you start to understand these things back pain becomes less of a mystery.  Removing the mystery from back pain can help to remove some of the fear.  It will be less of an unknown.  Furthermore once you understand your back pain can determine the appropriate steps to take to start to eliminate her back pain.

The third thing that he should do is to visit a qualified evidence base practitioner.

A qualified evidence base practitioner can work as you’re guide through low back pain.  They can show you what you need to be doing to get rid of your back pain as well as give you the appropriate treatments that will help alleviate your back pain and set you on the road to recovery.  It’s important not to just receive any treatment for your back pain but to receive the right treatment for your back pain.  One has to truly understand the cause of your back pain before they can help you.  In order to do this they have to perform a very thorough examination.  X-rays and MRIs are not sufficient for determining the true cause of your back pain this has been shown repeatedly in evidence.  To determine the source of low back pain physical examination is the standard of care.

If you are interested in learning more about your back pain so you can start the road to recovery, please either contact me at 412-517-8124 or go ahead and download my free report on low back pain.  You can do this at www.ThePittsburghChiropractor.com/back-pain/

This free report will help you understand her back pain better give you some great tips for dealing with her back pain.