Back pain is typically thought of as “spine pain” but in reality a number of conditions can produce pain in your back.   Chiropractors are trained professionals dedicated to determining the origin of your problem and getting you the treatment you need.

The back is divided regionally into the “low back”, “mid-back”, and “upper back”, but the neck is essentially a part of that structure. Often, back pain bridges one or more regions. The “tailbone” and “pelvis” are an integral part of the back. It is equally important to consider the base of the skull (the occiput) as a component as well, since they are all connected.

Back pain showing up in the spine or any of these other regions that is coming from an internal organ system or a nerve issue can be identified with orthopedic and neurologic testing that can be done by Dr. Sibilla right inside the Blue Heron Chiropractic Clinic without having to refer you out.

January 2, 2018

Car accident? What to do!

Accident Care We get a lot of requests for guidance and care following a car accident or motor vehicle crash. You have had an accident and […]
October 18, 2017

How Smoking Flares Back Pain

Smoking Hurts! When it comes to low back pain, smoking adds insult to injury. Of all the behaviors we can voluntarily change, smoking remains one of […]
April 6, 2017

Sick a WEED HOUND on your lawn?

War of the Weeds Today we are talking about a broadleaf/dandelion pulling tool called the Weed Hound. Many people hurt their backs pulling dandelions and other […]
March 18, 2017

Add a Bodyblade to Your Wellness Plan?

Body by Blade The Bodyblade is an excellent workout tool to add to your arsenal. Whether you are recovering from an injury, have recurring issues due […]
March 5, 2017

The Undeniable Mind-Body Connection

Connecting the Dot of the Mind-Body Connection The Mind-Body Connection is more than just New Age jargon. We have all seen how mental states can actively […]
January 17, 2017

Snow Tires for your Feet?

Snow Traction For Your Feet In the winter months an icy slip and slide can be as painful to your neck and back as a fall. […]
Call Now ButtonCall Now