Las Vegas Chiropractor, Dr. Matthew Mortensen D. C., Helps Chronic Back Pain Sufferers
Las Vegas NV, 17-JUNE-2016 – Dr. Matthew Mortensen DC of Lake Mead Chiropractic is pleased to announce that victims of chronic back pain can find relief by using the natural and effective methods of chiropractics. The Las Vegas chiropractor has undergone years of training and experience in the techniques which are utilized for identifying the cause of the pain and identifying a plan of therapy to alleviate the symptoms.
An examination of the patients will include a physical review of the condition of the spine. The chiropractor may need information for digital imaging studies to determine the cause of the chronic pain. Often, the symptoms occur when the spine is out of alignment. Misalignment is a cause of pressure on spinal discs which can bulge into surrounding tissues.
Chiropractic techniques are designed to restore alignment of the spinal column. A properly aligned spine allows the electrical signals to move freely from the brain to the extremities and back again. Relieving pressure on the nerves means they are no longer sending signals to the brain which are perceived as pain. Once the pressure is removed, the body can begin the process of cellular level healing.
Chronic pain relief is accompanied by additional methods and therapies which will improve the overall health of the patient. Dr. Matthew Mortensen DC will encourage the practice of positive lifestyle habits. Improved nutrition and weight management are examples of suggestions made by the doctor. Getting enough restful sleep and a healthy level of exercise is encouraged. The patient is guided and supported as they learn proper lifting techniques.
Further details about the relief of chronic back pain by visiting the web pages at http://www.lakemeadchiropractic.org today. Press corps members and individuals with questions about this press notice should contact the doctor at the location provided below.
Dr. Matthew Mortensen, DC
Lake Mead Chiropractic
8576 West Lake Mead, Las Vegas, NV
(702) 255-3003(702) 255-8133 (fax)