How American Spine Can Help With Low Back Pain

How American Spine Can Help With Low Back Pain

According to the American Spinal Decompression Association, at least 80% of Americans will have lower back pain at some point in their lives. Back pain is the leading contributor to job-related disability, which eventually leads to missed work. Like other forms of pain, low back pain is diagnosed as acute or chronic and determines if it will last a few days, or much longer. Luckily, there are a number of treatment options and therapies that American Spine offer for pain sufferers to reduce pain and get back to living normal lives. 

A lifetime of stress and compression on the back is the primary reason age is a major cause of this problem. As you grow older, your bones and muscles lose their flexibility. Pain spasms irritate the makeup of the back and spine causing serious discomfort and aches. People commonly have symptoms of back pain after sleeping all night. They often unknowingly get into an uncomfortable position that causes major stress on the back. Waking up, it seems your whole day can be ruined from serious back pain symptoms.

Low back pain may be a clue to nerve or muscle irritation or bone lesions. Usually following some kind of injury or trauma, low back pain can be the result of a herniated disc that puts massive pressure on one or more of the nerves. Lower back pain is second for the most common neurological ailments in the United States and is right behind headaches. Sciatica, fibromyalgia, spinal degeneration, spinal stenosis, and skeletal irregularities are all common conditions related to low back pain that are frequently treated at the facilities of American Spine.

Back pain management, like many other pain management techniques, are affordable and effect. At American Spine, Dr. Sial, and his team of medical professionals, offer a variety of treatment and rehabilitation options for their patients. These comprehensive treatments are specially designed to relieve back pain symptoms while educating about prevention for further injury.

To reduce the risk of additional damage to the nerves in the lower back, simple around the house precautions are recommended for patients. Step stools should be used when reaching in high places, grab bars should be installed in places where it is hard to get up and down, and hazardous items should be removed from walkways throughout the home. Dr. Sial can provide patients with further information on how to protect your back, and increase your chances of recovery. 

At American Spine, we are dedicated to treating conditions of the spine and chronic pain. Offering the latest in minimally invasive spine surgery and other effective treatment options, American Spine is the leading pain physician group of California. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call us at (951)-734-PAIN (7246)

The advice and information contained in this article is for educational purposes only, and is not intended to replace or counter a physician’s advice or judgment. Please always consult your physician before taking any advice learned here or in any other educational medical material.

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