If your back pain has persisted after trying bedrest, NSAIDS, Tylenol, heat or ice, and time, an evaluation of your condition is warranted. We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of your back pain, which may include minimally invasive procedures.
We use your description of your pain, diagnostic imaging (such as X-rays, MRI, CT), and a physical exam to help us determine the correct course of action for you and your pain. To name a few examples, treatment options may include physical therapy, chiropractic treatment, injections, spinal cord stimulation, and regenerative medicine.
Within their lifetime, 80% of Americans will suffer from back pain causing a change in lifestyle, loss of freedom, and keeping you from everyday activities. Although it is common, if untreated, the condition causing back pain can lead to further serious health problems. Many people believe back pain is part of aging, which is true to a degree. Lower back pain is a symptom of medical problems you should seek treatment for.
Lower back pain often starts with a dull ache, punctuated by sudden and sharp pains.The pain can then move into the upper arms and shoulders or down into the legs. Pain is medically classified according to the length of time it lasts. If you have pain for more than six weeks it is labeled as “acute”, pain lasting six to twelve weeks is “subchronic”, and pain lasting longer than twelve weeks is “chronic”. If your back pain has persisted, medical evaluation of your condition is indicated.
We are dedicated to finding the correct diagnosis and treatment for your pain. We specialize in minimally invasive treatments. Our focus on minimally invasive treatments allows you to improve your quality of life and continue your daily activities with less interference to you. Our procedures happen in our clinic using the latest cutting-edge techniques. If you’ve been losing out on life’s great pleasures due to pain, please give us a call today and let’s see what treatment options we can offer you.