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Lower back pain:  More than 80% of the population suffers from lower back pain at some point in their lives. Most cases of lower back pain can be linked to the most common causes, which are muscle strain, injury, or overuse. But it can also be attributed to a specific condition of the spine: Herniated Disc, Degenerative Disc Disease, Spondylolisthesis, Spinal Stenosis and Osteoarthritis. Less common conditions that cause low back pain are sacroiliac joint dysfunction, spinal tumors, fibromyalgia, and piriformis syndrome. Pain is caused by damage or injury to the muscles and ligaments of the back. Dr. Alex Jimenez’s compiled articles pertaining to low back pain and outlines the importance of understanding the causes and effects of this uncomfortable symptom. About 80% of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lifetimes, often leading to sciatica and other complications. Chiropractic focuses on restoring a person’s strength and flexibility to gradually help improve symptoms of lower back pain.


Sciatica Relief with Chiropractic Care

Sciatica Relief with Chiropractic Care

My treatment with Dr. Alex Jimenez has tremendously helped me. It gives me just, a sense of relief knowing that I can come and see him and all of his employees and great masseuses and everyone, can just release all the tension. It just brings me back to life. 

April Hermosillo

Have you ever experienced back pain which triggers or radiates shooting pain into the buttocks or legs? Millions of people in the United States suffer from this common health issue known as sciatica. Sciatica is a general diagnostic term used to describe radiating pain, tingling sensations, numbness or weakness which runs across the length of the sciatic nerve.

Sciatica originates along the lower back and then travels from the buttocks into one or both legs. Instea

Lumbar Disc Nomenclature: Version 2.0

Lumbar Disc Nomenclature: Version 2.0

What is a Herniated Disc?

The spine is made up of 24 bones, called vertebrae, which are stacked on top of one another. These spinal bones are ultimately connected, creating a canal to protect the spinal cord. In between each vertebra are fluid-filled intervertebral discs which act as shock absorbers for the spine. Over time, however, these flexible, jelly donut-like discs can begin to herniate, where the nucleus of the intervertebral disc pushes against its outer ring, causing low back pain. Below, we will demonstrate the various types of herniated discs and discuss their causes, symptoms and treatment options.

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Background C What to Know About Cervical Facet Joint Pain

What to Know About Cervical Facet Joint Pain

Cervical facet joint syndrome, or cervical facet osteoarthritis, is a degenerative condition marked by stiffness and pain in the cervical region (neck) of the spine. Individuals can gain relief from various types of treatment, including chiropractic care.   Facet...

Sciatica Chiropractic Treatment Guide

Sciatica Chiropractic Treatment Guide

Dr. Alex Jimenez has great techniques to relieve the discomfort, the inflammation, the swelling, not only does he have a great technique to help with the horrible symptoms of sciatica, he also offers you great information when it comes to foods, anti-inflammatories, and we don’t go to prescription medications. So if you are looking for sciatica relief without the invasive procedures…you need to come see Dr. Jimenez.

Sandra Rubio

Are you currently suffering from debilitating sciatica symptoms? Chiropractic care may help you to find relief for your sciatic nerve pain. A doctor of chiropractic, or DC, regularly treats sciatica.

Sciatica is a collection of symptoms rather than a single condition, characterized by pain that originates from

Radiculopathies? What Are They?

Radiculopathies? What Are They?

The spine is made of bones called vertebrae, with the spinal cord running through the spinal canal in the center. The cord is made up of nerves. These nerve roots split from the cord and travel between the vertebrae into various areas of the body. When these nerve...

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