Lower back pain can have a number of causes. It can interfere with your life. Some people who have lower back pain are unable to sit or stand in the same position for long periods of time, which can affect their performance at work and their ability to engage in the activities they enjoy at home. By finding the cause of your pain, we can help you find relief and prevent a repeat of your back pain in the future.

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Most of us will experience some back pain at some point. Around 80% of the adult population in the US suffers from back pain at some point in any given year. This pain can keep us from working, playing or from getting a good night’s sleep. Learn why your lower back is especially prone to pain and injury and how you can protect your back.

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Lower back pain can interfere with your day to day activities. It can even cause you to lose sleep. By treating pain effectively in a way that it is not likely to return, you can find the relief you need. We offer a wide range of back pain treatments to address pain from a number of causes. In some cases, non-surgical treatments can be extremely effective. In others, surgery might be necessary to correct the underlying issue and resolve back pain.

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Lower back pain can sometimes be tricky to diagnose. A number of different conditions can present very similar symptoms. Because of this, it is important to work with a professional who has the skill and experience to find the source of your pain. Once the source is found, an effective treatment plan can be devised. Four out of five people will experience some lower back pain in any given year. While some sources of back pain heal on their own, others require professional treatment.

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Most adults experience lower back pain at some point. In most cases, the pain is transient, lasting a couple of days to a couple of weeks. In others, it becomes chronic pain which requires professional treatment. While it may be impossible to avoid all back pain, there are steps you can take to make it less likely to happen to you. Incorporating these into your life can reduce the frequency and the severity of your back pain.

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There are different types of back pain. The way that your pain feels, the symptoms you are experiencing and the way that your pain is distributed can all help us find a proper diagnosis. These three types of back pain are the most common:

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