Upper & Lower Back Pain
Spinal Decompression Surgery
If you have made a decision with your surgeon to have a spinal decompression, understand that surgery is just the first step.
Back pain, especially low back pain is one of the most common body pain complaints. About 70% of people will experience one in their lifetime.
Back Sprains and Strains
If you are experiencing a dull or sharp in your back that is causing stiffness, and difficulty in bending, walking, or standing straight, you might have torn a ligament or muscle in your back.
Failed Back Syndrome
Surgery is supposed to be the final and last resort for treating back pain. But what happens when your symptoms recur and get worse even after surgery?
If you are experiencing lower back pain that moves down to your buttocks and legs, you might just have a herniated disk. Herniated disk symptoms can sometimes go away on their own.
Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
Different lower back conditions may show up with similar symptoms. If you are experiencing lower back pain, that moves down to your buttocks, thighs, and legs, you might assume a herniated disk.
Lumbar Spondylosis/ Spondylolisthesis
If your young child or adolescent is experiencing back pain, several factors could be responsible. Two of such are spondylosis and spondylolisthesis.