Lower Back Pain
When you have chronic lower back pain, it can impact your job performance and prevent you from participating in physical activities. The exceptional team at Beeson Wellness Center in Portland, Oregon, can alleviate your lower back pain and promote a full recovery with safe, natural treatments. To learn more, book an appointment online or over the phone today.
Lower back pain can occur for many reasons. Some of the most common causes of lower back pain include:
- Muscular injury
- Bone spurs
- Herniated discs
- Sciatic nerve compression
- Degenerative disc disease
Postural imbalances, such as lordosis, kyphosis, or a forward head posture can also contribute to lower back pain.
If you suffer an injury that causes back pain, you should see a qualified medical provider for an assessment right away, even if the injury seems mild. Lower back injuries can worsen over time and may involve your vertebrae or spinal discs, which can cause long-term complications.
If you have chronic lower back pain that is mild to severe, or pain that can’t be relieved at home, you should get a medical evaluation. The providers at Beeson Wellness Center have the skills and knowledge to evaluate your lower back pain. An evaluation may include diagnostic imaging, such as digital X-rays, surface electromyography, or an ultrasound.
When your provider has determined the underlying cause of your lower back pain, they will create a customized treatment plan based on your individual needs.
Your treatment plan will include multiple therapies to provide long-term relief from your lower back pain, restore your range of motion, and boost your body’s natural healing processes. Your customized plan may include:
- Chiropractic adjustments
- Trigger point injections
- Regenerative medicine
- Exercise routines
- Dietary changes
- Massage therapy
With this holistic approach, many patients can experience a full recovery from lower back pain.
To learn more or to schedule an evaluation, book an appointment online or over the phone with Beeson Wellness Center today.
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