Advanced Care Options for Back Pain

There are numerous reasons why you might experience back pain. It is usually only temporary and goes away on its own, but if your back pain continues, you should seek treatment from Performance Pain and Sports Medicine. Their interdisciplinary team uses regenerative medicine, physical therapy, complementary treatments, and innovative minimally invasive techniques to treat back pain at its root. Moreover, their surgery rates are low in patients who obey their advice. Access relief from chronic back pain in Newtown by calling the office or scheduling a consultation online today.

What Are the Prevalent Causes of Back Pain?

Back discomfort can be caused by various factors, including:

v  Spinal stenosis

Spinal stenosis is a spinal column narrowing, which exerts stress on the spine and nerves within it. The most prevalent cause of spinal stenosis is wear and tear.

v  Sciatica

Sciatica is discomfort that extends from your lower back down your leg via your buttocks and hips.

v  Disc herniation

The soft core of an intervertebral disc compresses out through a fracture in the hard shell, resulting in a herniated disc (also known as a ruptured or slipped disc).

v  Scoliosis

Scoliosis is a lateral twisting of the spine, commonly occurring during a baby’s development spurt immediately before puberty.

v  Kyphosis

On an X-ray, kyphosis is defined as a forward curvature of the spine by 50 degrees or greater.

v  Pain in The Sacroiliac Joint

Too much or too little mobility in the sacroiliac joint (SI joint) could cause pain.

Low back discomfort can limit your movement and make it difficult to carry out daily tasks. Common symptoms of low back pain may include stabbing or shooting pain, muscle aches, reduced spinal flexibility, pain that travels down your leg, and difficulty standing straight.

What Are Your Options for Treating Back Pain?

In most circumstances, the Performance Pain and Sports Medicine staff treat back pain with minimally-invasive therapy alternatives. These procedures are both safe and effective in relieving back pain in the vast majority of patients. Treatment options encompass:

  • Acupuncture
  • Pain relievers
  • Injections at trigger points
  • Anti-inflammatory medications
  • Regenerative medicine

Regenerative medicine procedures use human tissues and cells, often derived from your body. In areas where soft tissue injury has occurred, the cells contain cytokines and growth factors that drive the development of new, healthy cells.

If your situation does not improve despite these efforts, the Performance Pain and Sports Medicine staff also specialize in advanced back pain therapies.

What Advanced Back Pain Therapies Are Available?

The following are some of the superior back pain treatment options available at Performance Pain and Sports Medicine:

  • COOLIEF® water-cooled radiofrequency ablation
  • Fluoroscopy-guided epidural steroid injections
  • Endoscopic spine treatments, employing Jomax® technology
  • Dekompressor® percutaneous disc decompression
  • Epidural lysis of adhesions
  • For spinal stenosis, the staff use SuperionTM Indirect Decompression System

If your back discomfort persists, there is another alternative before you contemplate surgery.

The Performance Pain and Sports Medicine staff offers implantable pain management gadgets such as peripheral nerve and spinal cord stimulators, as well as intrathecal pain pumps from prominent medical suppliers such as Medtronic and Stimwave.

If it goes unaddressed, back pain could have adverse effects not only on your mobility but general health. Call the Performance Pain and Sports Medicine office or book online today to access expert care for persistent back pain.

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