Are You Experiencing Back Pain?

Back pain is a common condition that can be either acute or chronic. If it last longer than 3 months, it would be categorized as chronic pain. If your pain is sudden or within the last 3 months, it would be considered as acute. Back pain is the most common in adults between the ages of 35 to 55. However, back pain can affect anyone at any age.

Common symptoms of back pain include:

  • Weak back

  • Stiff back

  • Numb leg or foot

  • Sore Back

  • Dull Back

  • Aches on back

  • Back gives out


Are you wondering where your back pain is coming from? Find out here!

What Causes My Back Pain

There are countless things that can cause upper and lower back pain. Here are some causes:

  • Bulging disks

  • Pinched nerve

  • Arthritis

  • Osteoporosis

  • Sciatica

  • Infection

  • Spine cancer

  • Bad posture

  • Anxiety

  • Pregnancy

  • Overweight

  • Overstretching

  • Sacroiliitis

  • Pain after back surgery

  • Abnormal curve of the spine

How Do I Treat My Back Pain?

Whether you have upper or lower back pain there are traditional and complementary alternative therapies that can treat you:

  • Back Injections

  • High frequency spinal cord stimulator

  • Osteopathy

  • Burn nerves for pain

  • TENS therapy (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation)

  • Over the counter medication

  • Artificial disk

  • Removal of vertebra partially

  • Back surgery options

  • Physical therapy

  • Rhizotomy

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)