More than 65million Americans suffer from lower back pain annually. Lower back pain as well as upper back pain can severely limit one’s ability to function on a daily basis.
Normal wear of aging or traumatic injury to the lower back region can result in a damaged disk. This causes pressure on the back nerves and results in lower back pain. Some common lower back pain symptoms include pain, weakness, numbness, tingling. Sometimes, lower back pain can radiate to the legs causing restless legs due to the tingling feeling.
There are a range of treatments available for back pain depending on the exact cause of your pain, medical history and symptoms. A treatment plan centered around your pain needs will be created by our pain specialists in collaboration with your physician. Our goal is to mitigate your pain and improve your quality of life.