Low Back Pain Treatment

Overview

 

Low Back Pain is the reported to be the single most common complaint to physicians. Low back pain is so prevalent that it is estimated to cost the United States over $100 Billion annually manage all of the low back disability, lost work due to low back pain, and other associated expenses.

 

A commonly associated type of back pain is called sciatica or sciatic nerve pain. This condition is differentiated from typical low back pain by the frequent involvement of the buttocks, back of the leg, or even pain in the hip region. 

Given the common occurrence of this condition, virtually everyone has either experienced back pain or has an immediate family member that has had low back pain. Current estimates are that over 80% of the population will experience back pain and this rate is on the rise.

Our low back pain specialists strongly recommend that you get a proper back pain and spine evaluation should you suffer significant pain in your low back. Back pain can often be the first indication that something may have happened within your spine. We have the comprehensive skills and techniques to evaluate and rapidly diagnose your condition and provide you the appropriate treatment for your low back condition. Common treatments provided at our state-of-the-art facility include:

  • Lumbar Transforaminal Steroid Injection

  • Lumbar Epidural Treatments

  • Lumbar Epidural Catheter Procedures

  • Lumbar Facet Injections

  • Lumbar Medical Branch Nerve Blocks

  • Lumbar Radiofrequency Ablation

  • Lumbar Rhizotomy

  • Lumbar Trigger Point Injections

  • Dorsal Column Stimulator (DCS) Therapy

  • Neuromodulation for Lumbar Spine

We look forward to scheduling your appointment and getting you the back pain relief you deserve!

 

Major Causes of Sciatica and Sciatic Nerve Pain 

  • Herniated discs or herniation of vertebral discs

  • Protrusion, bulging, or degeneration of vertebral discs

  • Degenerative disc disease

  • Spinal stenosis and deformity

  • Piriformis syndrome or muscle spasm

  • Acute injury (falls or car accidents)

  • Chronic disease (arthritis, osteoporosis, etc.)

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