At least eighty percent of Americans suffer from back pain in their lifetimes. It is one of the most common reason that patients visit a doctor. Whether your back pain is the result of a work injury, poor body mechanics or an unknown cause, it is important to receive treatment promptly to avoid further injuring the area.
Back pain can be caused by injuries, muscle strains, irritated or pinched nerves, spinal conditions, arthritis, osteoporosis and many other conditions.
What to Do When You Have Back Pain
Do not ignore your pain! The sooner your pain is diagnoses, the sooner your treatment can begin. Allowing your pain to progress can cause long-term, irreversible damage to your back. Call us for an appointment if you experience any of the below symptoms.
How Does Your Back Feel?
Call us at Guardian Care if you experience any of these symptoms.
- Burning pain
- Weakness or difficulty with leg movements
- Muscle weakness or stiffness
- Nighttime back pain
- “Pins and needles”
- Sciatica symptoms (shooting pain, rear or leg pain, constant pain on one side of the rear, leg tingling or burning)
- Sensation loss in legs
- Swelling and stiffness
- Upper, middle, or lower back pain
- Pain with movement
Back Pain Treatments
Discogram – Lumbar
Discogram – Thoracic
Epidural Steroid Injection – Lumbar
Epidural Steroid Injection – Thoracic
Facet – Lumbar
Facet – Thoracic
Medial Branch Block – Lumbar
Radiofrequency Ablation – Lumbar
Radiofrequency Ablation – Thoracic
Radiofrequency Ablation – Sacral
Myelogram – Lumbar
Myelogram – Thoracic
Caudal Epidural Injection
Selective Root Block
Schedule an Appointment
The first step to getting your pain under control is scheduling your Guardian Care Appointment. Contact us now to speak with physician who specializes in relieving back pain.
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