The Cause and Diagnosis of Lower Back Pain

Dr. Jim Kambeitz explains why golfers can get lower back injuries and how to fix

It’s not exactly breaking news that many golfers suffer from chronic lower back pain. The golf swing is an unnatural motion and being repeated over and over again for several years can be a recipe for a myriad of injuries and soreness.

In the video below, Dr. Jim Kambeitz explains the causes of diagnosis of lower back pain. Included he’ll show:

  • What can cause tight muscles and the effects of joints that are unable to move correctly
  • Potential drawbacks of using anti-inflammatories and muscle relaxers to relieve the pain.
  • What disk degeneration can do to the nerves over time.
  • Tools to evaluate the nervous system and how the nerves are firing for athletes and non-athletes alike.

Dr. Kambeitz has been practicing Chiropractic for 18 years. Located in Centennial Colorado, Kambeitz Chiropractic Health & Wellness Center, P.C. has a full variety of services to help you achieve your wellness goals.

Learn more at including how to get a complimentary consultation to discuss your health and wellness goals and 20% off golf performance analysis exclusively for Colorado AvidGolfer Golf Passport members!

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