Although most back pain is felt in the lower back, there are many people who suffer from middle back pain that sometimes includes upper back pain as well. Back pain originates from one of three parts of the spine. The lower part of the spine is the lumbar spine, the upper portion is the cervical spine, which includes the neck, and the thoracic spine is where middle back pain is felt.
Regardless of how common the pain is, or in what part of the spine, there is a good chance that chiropractic care in Midtown, New York can help, and it is best to see the doctor before serious damage is done. At Bryant Park Health Medical, our chiropractors led by Dr. Anthony Conte, DC conduct a full evaluation of your symptoms and review your medical history to find the best treatment for your condition.
There are various reasons why someone may experience discomfort in their thoracic spine including
Exactly how you’ll be treated for your middle back pain will depend on how you were injured as well as how much you are willing to participate in the healing process, since one of the cornerstones of chiropractic care is that the body has the ability to heal itself, if presented with the right conditions. While it is your chiropractor’s job to present a patient with those conditions, the willingness of a patient to make modifications in their diet and lifestyle choices can play a big role when it comes to how fast healing occurs.
While many think of seeking out chiropractic care in New York for back pain, not everyone realizes the full scope of care chiropractors provide, including conditions like migraine headaches, TMJ, sports injuries, and more using not only chiropractic but also healing methods such as acupuncture, physical therapy, and massage.
At Bryant Park Health Medical, we serve patients all over the Midtown and surrounding areas including patients from the zip codes, 10036, 10019, 10020, 10022, and 10017. To learn more about the kinds of services Bryant Park Health Medical provides in Midtown New York, or to schedule an appointment, contact us at (212) 499-9110.