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Lower Back Pain Treatment

Back and spinal pain affect millions of Americans every year. While this pain in the lower back may be minor to start with, it can worsen and hinder one’s ability to get through the day comfortably. It may even stop people from participating in their favorite activities or living life to the fullest.

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Why Should I Choose the Advanced Relief Institute for My Low Back Pain?

Your spine connects nerves across your body, and problems that originate in the lower back or spine can translate to pain nearly anywhere.

There is no one-size-fits-all treatment for low back and spine pain relief. With so many potential injuries, illnesses, and conditions, you need a specialized team that is knowledgeable in interventional pain management and regenerative therapies.

Our team at the Advanced Relief Institute can help you effectively manage various back and spine injuries. In combination with their extensive experience and reputation for excellence, our doctors offer multidisciplinary approaches to help you.

You can live a fuller, happier life with less pain from common conditions like scoliosis, spinal arthritis, degenerative disk disease, and more.

Which Back and Spine Conditions Can Interventional Pain Management Treat?

To best treat low back and spine pain, it is important to understand where your pain is coming from.
Interventional pain management can help relieve discomfort from (but is not limited to):

How Do You Diagnose Low Back Pain?

While many men and women take a wait-and-see approach to pain management, it is important to remember that seeking immediate medical attention is your first step toward a more comfortable and healthier lifestyle.

Low back disorders, such as herniated or bulging discs, lumbar facet injuries, pinched nerves, back instability, and SI joint syndrome, can put you out of commission for an extended period. Instead of losing this time and dealing with discomfort, consider reaching out to the specialists at the Advanced Relief Institute.

Through a series of physical exams, which may include X-rays, CT scans, or MRIs, our team can identify and develop a treatment plan to get you back on your feet and participating in your favorite activities sooner and more comfortably.

What Are My Interventional Pain Management Treatment Options?

For years, your only options for low back and spine pain included traditional pain management, physical therapy, and surgery. Fortunately, that is no longer the case.

Using less-invasive interventional pain management therapies, men and women are experiencing significant relief in their lower back and spine, and in turn, a higher quality of life.

Interventional pain management therapies find and treat pain at its source. This can help with acute pain after a traumatic injury or chronic pain (persistent pain that lasts for a long time).

For many patients, this involves a multidisciplinary approach, which may involve interventional injections, nerve blocks, and nerve stimulation.

Treatments may include (but are not limited to):
  • Lumbar epidural steroid injection
  • Facet joint injections
  • Radio-frequency application
  • Sacroiliac joint steroid injection
  • Spinal cord stimulator
  • Caudal steroid injection
  • Trigger point injections
  • Lumbar sympathetic block

While interventional pain management cannot always cure pain, it can reduce it. During your consultation with Advanced Relief Institute, our specialists will help develop a treatment plan that is right for you.

What Are My Regenerative Therapy Options?

The Advanced Relief Institute also offers regenerative therapies, including stem cell treatment, PRP therapy, and amniotic fluid therapy. These outpatient injectable treatments contain high volumes of growth factors that activate healing.

One of our specialists will be happy to guide you through your treatment options during your consultation. Some patients choose to combine regenerative options with interventional pain management. Others choose to follow their interventional pain management treatment with regenerative therapy.

Is There a Recovery Period After Interventional Pain Management for Low Back Pain?

Interventional pain management therapies are non-surgical procedures that require no downtime. Patients may experience some sensitivity at the injection site for two to three days; however, this should be minor.