Lower Back Pain
Find Treatment in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area
Nothing keeps you from leading a healthy and active life quite like lower back pain does. Unfortunately, lower back pain is fairly common and can result for a variety of reasons, but, hope is not lost! There is a number of alternative treatment options available for lower back pain, all designed to offer a more holistic approach to relief.
While millions of Americans suffer from lower back pain, there is no one primary cause. Some of the most common causes of lower back pain include:
- Sitting or remaining stagnant for a majority of the day
- Herniated disc
- Muscle strain
- Degenerative disc disease
- Slipped vertebra
- Joint disease
- Injury as the result of an accident
Adults under the age of age 60 typically experience muscle strain in the back or strain of another soft tissue that supports the spine. People who are over age 60 are more likely to deal with spinal stenosis or osteoarthritis, both of which are a form of joint degeneration. Compression fractures are also common for people in their senior years. Fortunately, our back specialists can help you find pain relief for chronic pain, regardless of the original causes or the current level of severity.
Popular Treatment Methods Available for Treating Lower Back Pain
Lower back pain does respond well to home remedies such as heating pads, ice packs, or resting more than usual to reduce strain to the back. While these methods are great for quick and immediate relief, very rarely do they offer long-term comfort and patients likely will have to seek medical attention. From the start, back specialists typically recommend that the patient complete stretching and aerobic exercises to relieve pain and gain strength in the injured area. From there, a manual adjustment may help to reduce pain and inflammation.
Which Lower Back Pain Treatments Are Available at the Texas Pain Relief Group?
Many patients do continue to struggle with lower back pain despite trying a combination of home remedies. Thatâ€™s where we step in, by offering a variety of treatment options designed to target the source of the pain in order to decrease or eliminate it. When you visit our back specialists at any of our Dallas-Fort Worth treatment centers, be prepared to discuss what has worked and not worked thus far in regards to pain management. From here, we will discuss additional forms of pain relief for chronic pain, such as other methods of chiropractic treatment, spinal cord stimulation, physical therapy, lumbar epidural steroid injections, and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation.
Don’t Suffer Another Day
Chronic back pain can be debilitating at any age. It keeps you from being active, leading a healthy and happy life, and from enjoying time with the ones you love. Take control of your life today by scheduling an appointment with the physicians of Texas Pain Relief Group!