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Lower Back Pain

Chiropractor, Auto Accident Injury Care & Sports Medicine located in Kissimmee and Orlando, FL

Lower Back Pain

Few things can throw a wrench into your day faster than lower back pain. If you experience this form of pain, Josue Maysonet, DC, and the team at Kerinver Chiropractic can help, with office locations in Kissimmee and Orlando, Florida. Don’t let lower back pain shape your days when help is available; call or click today to schedule a visit.  

Lower Back Pain Q & A

What are some common causes of lower back pain?

Everyone experiences occasional lower back pain, and in many cases, the issue will resolve within a day or two. However, if you find yourself dealing with lower back pain frequently or limiting your activities because of pain, it may be time to seek professional help. 

Some of the common causes of lower back pain include:

  • Auto accidents
  • Sports injuries
  • Repetitive stress injuries
  • Muscle strain
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Arthritis
  • Osteoporosis

Sometimes the cause of back pain is clear, like when pain follows a fall or car accident. In other cases, it isn’t so easy to determine what brought on a bout of lower back pain. 

Can chiropractic care help with lower back pain?

Kerinver Chiropractic offers in-house diagnostic tools, including state-of-the-art X-ray technology, to help determine the source of your back pain and the right treatment plan. 

Spinal adjustments use hands-on techniques and controlled force to correct misalignments in your spine. In some cases, a series of adjustments spaced out over time is all it takes to resolve lower back pain and restore healthy function. 


If the discs that cushion the vertebrae in your spine have begun to bulge or break down, spinal decompression therapy offers a solution. This form of motorized traction relieves pressure from your spinal disks by gently stretching your spine. 

Kerinver Chiropractic has an in-house spinal decompression system and team members with the training and experience needed to expertly perform this type of therapy.   

How long does it take for lower back pain to improve?

There is no simple answer to how long your therapy might take. Everyone comes in with unique treatment needs, and each individual responds differently to various treatment options. 

Your practitioner discusses all available treatment options with you, providing the details you need to make an informed decision about your care. You’ll learn more about the timing of treatments and what you can do on your own to augment your treatment. 

No matter which approach you and your practitioner choose, you can look forward to relief from lower back pain. Even better, chiropractic care can also reduce your risk of future back pain by strengthening your back and teaching you how to avoid placing undue strain on your spine. 

When you’re ready to get started, call the office to schedule an appointment, or book online.