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Dr. Corey Burt

Dr. Corey Burt

#1 Overlooked Cause of Back Pain! – 3 min read

So you’ve had it up to here with your back pain. 

You’d love to find a safe, long-term solution, so you can get to enjoying your life without being limited by pain.

We’re completely with you on that.

Have you been told you need massage, ice/heat, physical therapy/exercise, chiropractic, or even medication?.   

You’ve likely tried multiple solutions, yet the results left you frustrated.

We understand your pain and frustration.

You can specifically treat the low back area for years, but may only experience temporary relief until you detect and correct the root cause of the problem.

In our experience, most back problems are actually an underlying neck problem in disguise.

“But my back hurts, not my neck . . .” is the most common response we hear from our patients.

Although you may not feel pain in your neck, it’s extremely likely that when your underlying neck problem is corrected, your back problem will also correct.

Here’s why:

Step 1 Head and Neck Injury
Step 2 Head and Neck Misalignment
Step 3 Head and Neck Soft Tissue is Stretched and Disturbed
Head and Neck Instability and Weakness
Step 5 Body posture accommodates by leaning to one side or the other
Step 6 Muscle Imbalances and Spasms
Step 7 Spine Begins to Twist & Bend
Step 8 Spinal Soft Tissue is Stretched and Disturbed
Step 9 Spinal Instability and Weakness
Step 10 Postural Imbalances
Step 11 Abnormal Movement
Step 12 Spinal Breakdown and Degeneration
Step 13 head, neck, back and other problems

If you are questioning whether your back problem is being caused by an underlying neck problem, schedule a FREE phone consult to see if we can help.

We strongly recommend starting with the NUCCA Assessment to detect the root cause of your back pain.

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