Specialty Care for Spine Pain
Diagnosis. Treatment. Recovery.
We Specialize in:
- Spinal stenosis
- Degenerative discs
- Pinched nerves
- Bulging discs
- Herniated discs
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Lower back pain affects many adults at some point in their lives. The pain from a lower back condition can be hard to diagnose and treat. We bring many years of experience to the task of determining the source of your pain and the best way to get you back to health.
This eBook covers:
- Identifying types of pain
- Causes of lower back pain
- Lower back pain symptoms
- Treatment options
Our lower backs have an amazing level of strength and flexibility. However, these are also qualities that make the lower back especially prone to pain and injury.
Your back is, by default, under a great deal of strain. It supports the weight of your upper body. Its flexibility can too easily become overextensions that cause muscle strain and other issues.
When to See Dr. Mike Harris
While most back pain resolves on its own, there are times a doctor's care is needed. Get in touch for advice and help if any of the following is true:
- You are experiencing back pain that lasts more than six weeks.
- You have pain that is not managed through appropriate use of over the counter medications.
- You have developed numbness or weakness in your foot, leg or buttocks.
If you lose control of your bowels or bladder, it is important to seek emergency medical care. This can be a symptom of a serious medical condition called cauda equina syndrome. Without immediate treatment, paralysis can result.
Performance & Regenerative Medicine is here to help with conditions that include:
- herniated and bulging discs or degenerative disc disorders.
- facet syndrome
- SI joint dysfunction
and other back pain problems.