Are You Suffering From Lower Back Pain?
I have been coming to advanced health care for several months. I have neuropathy of the feet and legs, R.A. in shoulders, neck, legs, feet, and hands. I also have fragile type II diabetes along with osteoporosis of the lower spine.
I have tried everything available to me throughout several years, however, i have gotten more relief and mobility from the treatments at advanced health and physical medicine than most anything i have previously tried, including but not limited to the massage therapy by Shannon.
I would recommend them to anyone in need of pain relief and wellness. I have come from a wheelchair to a walker, cain, and now walking on my own without very much assistance.
God bless the staff at advanced health for being so kind, patient, and professional. I realize there is but one healer, but he puts those in our life to assist along the way!
Terry p. Mclaughlin
Our Greenville medical center can effectively treat lower back pain caused by the following:
- Degenerative and/or herniated discs
- Sciatica (compression of the sciatic nerve, affecting the lower back, buttock, leg, and foot)
- Disc tears, muscle strains
- Spondylolisthesis (when your vertebra presses on the spinal nerves)
- Scoliosis (curved spine)
- Pinched nerve
- Athletic, workplace, and car accident injury
- Improper posture, sustained standing or sitting for long periods
- Inflammatory conditions such as arthritis
Do you want lasting pain relief NOW?
Here at Advanced Health & Physical Medicine, we offer innovative new treatments that can dramatically heal and treat your pain without the danger and risks that come with drugs or surgery. Covered under Medicare and most insurance plans, our advanced therapies are often considered more affordable and effective than conventional treatments, without the disadvantage of side effects or extended recovery time.
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Living with lower back pain is more than just a hassle—it can stop you from working, enjoying, eating, and even resting like you normally would. Simple physical tasks such as bending over to pick up laundry or reaching across the table, can trigger flashes of pain that can linger for minutes or even hours. Because our back anchors everything we do, lower back pain can affect every aspect of our life—from the mundane and trivial, to the essential and urgent. Without a healthy and functioning back, we can’t rise from of our chair, walk across the street, sit while dining, or even pick up our keys off the ground.
While the human back is an amazing feat of natural engineering, it is neither perfect nor invulnerable. Most people will suffer from lower back pain at some point in their life, because there are so many causes and risk factors that are present in the environment. The leading causes of chronic lower back pain include:
- Lumbar strain—stretch or tear injury to the ligaments, muscles, and/or tendons in the lower back caused by intense physical activity (sports, work, accidents)
- Pinched, inflamed, or damaged nerves—this can include a variety of conditions, such as sciatica, herniated discs, and even shingles
- Spinal bone growth or movement that interferes with spinal nerves
- Progressive conditions such as arthritis or osteoporosis
- Genetics and congenital conditions such as scoliosis or spina bifada
What increases your risk for lower back pain?
Though lower back pain can happen to anyone at any age, there are certain factors that can increase your likelihood of developing it, such as:
- Weight—being overweight can cause undue stress on your bones and nerves
- Intense physical activity—while exercise is generally good for your health, all it takes is one wrong move to sustain an injury
- Improper posture and physical positions while sitting or lifting
- Repetitive bending and lifting at work or at home
- Advanced age—with increasing age comes increased risk for progressive conditions like arthritis and osteoporosis
- Psychological conditions like depression or chronic anxiety
- Sedentary lifestyle—ironically not enough exercise can raise your chances of suffering from back pain
- Family history—certain conditions like degenerative disc disease are based on genetic factors
Discover your pain relief options with your FREE consultation
Here at Advanced Health & Physical Medicine, we provide real medical solutions that heal and deliver fast and lasting pain relief. There are no gimmicks, no drugs, and no surgery—what we offer are advanced, non-invasive medical therapies for patients who are simply fed up with failed treatments and devastating side effects.
The reality of lasting pain relief is within your reach. Schedule your free consultation today at (252) 321-3579, or if you prefer, you can reserve it online by submitting a contact request.