Friday, November 11, 2016

Common Causes of Lower Back Pain and Slip-Disc in Malaysia

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Get Focused Non-Surgical Treatment for Back Pain and Slip-Disc 

Back pain and slip-disc caused by spinal instabilities are on the rise. Spinal weakness or instability include disorders that impact the muscles, ligaments, joints, and spinal discs. An unstable spine leads to improper joint and muscle function leading to painful movements or actions. Lower back pain and slip-disc results when the volatile segment in the lumbar or sacral region of the spine exceeds beyond the normal limits. The chiropractic word for spinal instabilities is a subluxation.

What is a Subluxation?


A subluxation is a minor misalignment of the spine brought forth by boney malpositioning of spinal bones and spinal soft tissue (muscles, ligaments and spinal disc). Lower back pain resulting from spinal bone misalignment is called a subluxation. Subluxations can lead to more severe issues such as a slipped disc. Slipped discs are the leading causes of disability in persons under the age of 45.

A subluxated segment is weak spinal area suitable to degenerative changes and nerve compressions. Correction of spinal subluxations is best through a combined effort of chiropractor and physiotherapists.

Chiropractic and physiotherapy combined for back pain. 

The clinical teams of Chiropractor and Physiotherapist that brought you this blog (Chiropractic-in-Malaysia) are among the best in the country. They have a very systematic method of the spine through manual and machine rendered procedures to help realign and correct spinal issues without injection or surgery. The realignment of the spine is carried out by our corrective chiropractors. Our clinical physiotherapists will treat you. Physiotherapy treatment will include machine therapies and hands-on or manual procedures. We are Malaysia's premier spine and joint treatment center for back pain. Contact our center today at 03-2093-100 to learn more about our centers and methods of care. 


The manual procedures in our center are given by chiropractors and physiotherapists. The chiropractic manual procedures are called an adjustment. Manual therapy is sorts of a targeted non-painful deep massage, better known as trigger point therapy. 

What is a Trigger Point?

Trigger points are specific sensitive pain-producing points located in tight muscles or fascias that can refer pain to other areas. Trigger points associated with lower back pain are commonly found in quadratus lumborum, erector spinae, gluteal, and piriformis muscle. Trigger points may or may not be the initial problem; however, these can cause significant pain in patients with lower back conditions. The pain resulted from active trigger points with associated muscle spasm or tightness can further aggravate the abnormalities in the underlying joints. Therefore, the resultant pain from trigger points and muscle tightness must are addressed and appropriately treated.

In an acute low back pain case, abnormalities of the joints are more likely to be the major source of pain. In a chronic low back pain case, muscular and neural abnormalities must be taken into consideration. These components should be treated, and re-assessment should be performed from time to time to evaluate the effectiveness of the treatments.

For more information about our back pain treatment center or inquiries, please contact us at 03-2093 1000.  




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