Sudden and Chronic Back Pain
Back pain (also known as “dorsopathy”) is pain felt in the human back that may come from the spine, muscles, nerves, or other structures in the back. It may radiate from the lower, mid or upper back. The pain may be a tingling or burning sensation, a dull aching, or sharp pain. Weakness may also be felt in the legs or feet. Back pain that does not improve after a few days can sometimes indicate significant and serious conditions which might not otherwise be diagnosed.
Headaches, Migraines and Stress
A headache (medically known as cephalgia) is a condition of mild to severe pain in the head; sometimes neck or upper back pain may also be interpreted as a headache. Headache is the second-most common form of local pain after toothache.
Headaches have a wide variety of causes, ranging from eyestrain, sinusitis and tension to life-threatening conditions such as encephalitis, brain cancer, meningitis, and cerebral aneurysms. When the headache occurs in conjunction with a head injury the cause is usually quite evident; however, many causes of headaches are more elusive. The most common type of headache is a tension headache. Dr. Wedler Alexandre and Citadel Chiropractic Dr. Alexandre is committed to bringing the best in chiropractic care to the patients he serves. As a Chiropractic Physician, Dr. Alexandre stays on top of the latest research in chiropractic technology and advances in methods for offering physical relief.
At Citadel Chiropractic, our patients find excellent service and the best in care. We look out for the needs of our patients and go above and beyond to deliver them the best chiropractic care available.