lower back pain

Bridging The Gap Between Pain Management and Spine Surgery For Low Back Pain

How To Manage Low Back Pain After A Weekend Injury Managing your pain after you recently injured your low back over the weekend gardening, playing sports or while jogging around the lake, can be very difficult.  You may be suffering from an acute injury such as a pulled muscle, strain of a ligament or a… read more

Who Is An Ideal Candidate For Lumbar Spine Stem Cell Treatment?

Identify The Source Of Pain Ideal Candidates for lumbar stem cell treatment include those with discogenic (pain derived from the lumbar disc) low back pain that has failed conservative treatment.  Low back pain can come from multiple sources in the spine.  These include muscle, ligaments, lumbar facet joints, and vertebral discs in your low back.… read more

The Best Exercises for Back Pain

Most people will experience some back pain during their lives. No matter your gender or whether you spend your workday on your feet or sitting, you could experience either acute or chronic back pain that affects your daily life. Most people — 72 percent — use pain medication to manage their symptoms, and 55 percent use hot and cold packs.… read more

When to Visit The Doctor for Your Back Pain

We see a number of patients who have been suffering from chronic back pain for years. Some of them went to a doctor and were told to try conservative treatments at home, and when they didn’t work, they just assumed the doctors wouldn’t be able to help them anymore. Other are worried about treating the… read more

How Pinched Nerves Affect Your Health

If you’ve ever dealt with a pinched nerve, you know how painful it can be. A pinched nerve occurs when too much pressure is applied to a nerve by bones, muscles, tendons, or cartilage. This pressure can cause debilitating pain, tingling, numbness, or weakness. Keep reading to learn the ins and outs of pinched nerves.… read more

Here’s How to Deal with Lower Back Pain

It’s no secret that lower back pain can be an absolute nightmare. Whatever the cause, this condition can be hard to shake. Keep in mind that about one in four Americans say they experience some degree of lower back pain on a regular basis, so by no means are you alone. But how you choose… read more