Muscle Sprain or Strain
Is the most common injury to the lower back area. Often caused by some sort of strenuous activity or Repetitive activity. Such as lifting, twisting or even trauma. This usually resolves within a few days with rest. If they do not resolve within a few days, there is possibility of further damage to the nerves and discs.
is a term used to describe the symptoms of leg pain, including shooting, stabbing, tingling, numbness, or weakness that travel down the low back via the sciatic nerve and can go all the way down into the leg and foot area. This can occur in one leg or can occur in both legs.
Lumbar Herniated Disc
A disc herniation occurs when the soft inner gel in the disc breaks and leaks back either into the spinal canal or pushes back against a nerve. This herniation causes the disc to push on the spinal canal and the nerve associated with that disc and vertebra, causing pain to radiate down the nerve leading to sciatica or leg pain.
Degenerative Disc Disease
A degenerated disc is not actually a disease, but an accelerated part of the normal aging process. When a spinal disc degenerates, it loses its ability to function efficiently. The cushioning in the disc wears down, thus causing decreased shock absorption. This leads to decreased joint space, and increased swelling. This can lead to back pain, possible radicular symptoms, followed by increased arthritic changes.
Are you Suffering with Lower Back Pain
Many people suffer with lower back pain. What is even more discouraging to us is that many people have never tried natural pain management or regenerative medicine therapies. Waters Edge Medical Clinic is here to help you. We will educate you on various options available to help you overcome your symptoms and problems
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Common Lower Back Problems
Commonly asked questions?
What causes Lower Back Pain
There are multiple reasons for back pain, including injuries from a fall, or an accident, lifting incorrectly, and even repetitive motion activities. Such injuries can cause a sprain or strain to the lower back region, or more severe issues including a disc herniation or disc bulge.
We have solutions to these problems using natural pain management and regenerative medicine to help the body heal and reduce and even eliminate lower back pain and problems.
What treatments do we offer?
We are a natural pain and regenerative medicine clinic so our treatments do not involve harsh pharmaceutical medications. Instead we use homeopathic natural medicines, vitamins and regenerative therapies.
Our regenerative therapies include Platelet rich plasma therapy or plasma therapy, ozone therapy, prolozone therapy, and regenerative medicine therapies using human biologics. Contact us and schedule a free consultation to learn more.
What to expect on your first visit?
On your first visit you will receive a thorough patient history, During this time our medical staff will sit down with you and discuss your concerns, answer all of your questions and find out why you are having back pain, joint pain or any other pain. After the history a very thorough evaluation will be performed. This will then give us the proper information to put together a customized treatment plan for all of your needs.
We care greatly for all of our patients and it is very important that you receive the best care possible. If you have any questions please feel free to call us at Water’s Edge Medical Clinic and one of our staff members will be able to help you. Call us today and get started on your journey back to health.
What does sciatic pain feel like?
Sciatic pain can range anywhere from slight discomfort to unbearable pain. The pain can be sharp, throbbing, burning and even stabbing. Sometimes the pain can be so severe that it can drop people to their knees.
Often times sciatic pain can show up in different areas of the leg and foot. Some people might not even have back pain, while others will have back pain plus sciatic pain. Often the pain can come and go, or for others it is so unbearable they are unable to perform any activities. The best time to get the problem checked is as soon as the pain begins, before it gets too severe.
Where does Sciatic Pain come from?
Sciatic problems will usually start from problems in the pelvic region and lumbar spine region. This area of the spine is complicated, and it can be difficult to locate the problem. Our medical staff is highly trained and educated on the spine, and spinal problems and will be able to work with you to zero in on the source of the problem.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO CORRECT SCIATICA?
Treatment length and time can vary significantly from person to person. There are several factors that need to be taken into consideration including the health of the individual, the physical fitness of the person, and the condition of the persons spine including discs, tendons and ligaments. In most cases, the longer the issue persists the longer it will take to achieve correction.
The good news with natural pain medicine and regenerative therapies you will see and feel results quickly.
If you are serious about getting rid of sciatic pain and want to avoid heavy pain medications, and surgery call our medical team at Water’s Edge Medical Clinic today. We are here to answer any questions you have, and we look forward to meeting you soon.
Should I consider Spinal Surgery?
Spinal surgery should always be a last resort. In the US the amount of people that end up with back surgery is staggering, and the low success rate is even more disappointing. Thus, it is recommended to look at other options before ever considering surgery.