Back pain can be extremely persistent and even debilitating, affecting every aspect of your life. There are many types of back pain, some people suffer with a dull ache and others have sharp pain that can come on suddenly and immediately put a stop to your normal life. Back pain can last days, weeks, months or years, so it is important to find ways to manage the pain and find relief. If you live in Edina, MN or the surrounding area, the team at AdvaCare Clinics can help by offering multiple treatment options for pain management and relief from back pain.
Potential Causes Of Lower Back Pain
Lower back pain is extremely persistent and can cause long term discomfort for those suffering. There are many potential causes for lower back pain including:
- Muscle strain
- Muscle spasms
- Other muscle imbalances
- Injury to the synovial joints
- Spinal disk herniation
- Degenerative disk disease
- Degenerative joint disease
- Lumbar spinal stenosis
- Inflammatory Disease
Multidisciplinary Treatment Model
With this many potential causes of lower back pain, treatment can be difficult to pinpoint and very complex. Research shows that a combination of therapies yields more relief than focusing on one single treatment. AdvaCare Clinics offers a multidisciplinary approach to treating back pain including physical therapy, acupuncture, massage therapy, chiropractic service and medical therapy. Our healthcare team can develop an individualized treatment plan for you once they evaluate your symptoms and your history. Your treatment plan will address your actual pain (usual with medications or joint injections) and will help you rehabilitate and build strength and help you prevent future injury.
Advanced Healthcare Solutions for Edina MN
If you or someone you love suffers from back pain, do not wait any longer, give the team at AdvaCare Clinics a call at 1-952-835-6653. We will come up with a treatment plan entirely tailored to your injury, your recovery and any special needs that you have. AdvaCare Clinics is able to offer medical treatment combined with physical therapy and chiropractic care so that you can have coordinated, consistent care for your injury. In addition, research indicates that the sooner you are treated for back pain, the better your recovery goes. If you wait, you are likely to have pain longer and have a greater likelihood of a relapse. So, if your back pain does not seem to go away in 1-2 weeks, then go ahead and make an appointment with our team, so that we can help you get on the road to recovery.