Back Pain

Back Pain

Back pain, both upper and lower, can be described as a dull ache, a shooting or piercing pain, spasms, stiffness, or a burning sensation. Back pain can lead to discomfort in the arms and legs as well as the hands and feet. A few symptoms of back pain include numbness or weakness in the legs and arms. Treatments for this condition include: Chiropractic Care, Spinal Decompression, Pain Management, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Trigger Point Injections

Common Back Injuries and Conditions We Treat

Why Choose Impact for Back Pain Treatment

At Impact, our multidisciplinary team is dedicated to identifying and treating your back condition at its source so that we can deliver healing that lasts – without surgical intervention. When you choose Impact, you’re partnering with extraordinary doctors and providers who put you and your health first.

Understanding Back Pain

Back pain is one of the world’s leading causes of disability—and one of the most common reasons for doctor’s office visits. In fact, as many as 75% – 85% of Americans will experience back pain at some point in their lives. Your pain may be concentrated in a region of your neck or back, or may radiate down to your legs.


You also may find that your pain worsens with movement like walking, lifting, bending, and twisting. For some people, back pain can be debilitating—impacting sleep, activity level, and emotional well-being.


Your back and neck pain can have many different causes:

> Trauma from a sports injury or accident

> Irritated or inflamed nerves

> Ruptured discs

> Muscle strains

> Ligament sprains

> In some cases, a more serious condition like infection or cancer

Chiropractic Care

Dr. Southworth is specially trained to diagnose and treat a variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions.

Spinal Decompression

We use decompression to treat multiple conditions including neck and back pain, sciatica, and bulging and herniated discs.

Pain Management

Our pain management specialists and providers resolve your pain at its source rather than simply suppress or mask your symptoms.

Therapeutic Massage

Massage Therapy is a manual therapy that is used to focus on or target musculoskeletal pain and disability.

Injection Therapy

Trigger points can result in pain in the surrounding area, muscle weakness, and restricted spinal movement and flexibility.

Regenerative Medicine

PRP injections are a natural alternative to commercially manufactured steroids and prescribed medications that mobilize your body’s ability to promote healing and regeneration of injured or painful areas.