Inguinal hernia pain2022-05-09T12:08:25-07:00

At the base of the abdomen, intestinal and fatty tissue can push through weak areas in the abdominal wall, near the groin, resulting in protrusion, discomfort, or no symptoms at all.

Inguinal Hernia Symptoms

Pain upon bending, coughing and exercising
Unexplained sharp pain
Burning sensation
Trouble breathing
Sensitive to touch
Heavy sensation in the groin
Swelling of the scrotum

Inguinal Hernia Causes

Lower (lumbar) spine stress caused by lifestyle or injury
Improper exercise
Poor sleeping positions
Excessive sitting
Premature birth
Cystic fibrosis
Chronic constipation
Chronic cough

Inguinal Hernia Treatment

There are several approaches to helping relieve symptoms of an inguinal hernia. One effective inguinal hernia therapy is chiropractic care. Mechanical stress on the lower spinal region is intimately connected to your inguinal hernia. By relieving this spinal area of excess pressure or misalignment, a chiropractor can help improve difficulties with walking and standing.

Chiropractor for Inguinal Hernia Pain

Are you in search of help for inguinal hernia pain relief? At FIX24 Joint Biomechanics, we practice a unique approach to your spinal health. Learn more about our therapies and services by reaching out to our team of experienced chiropractors, today!

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