Lasting Relief for Lower Back Pain

From dull aches and sharp shooting pain to constant pain that keeps you on lying on your back for the weekend, we can help. We offer innovative non-surgical pain solutions for lower back pain. Our goal is to relieve your pain quickly and then we work to treat the underlying cause of the pain for long-term results. The HealthStar team of medical doctors, licensed family nurse practitioners, chiropractors, and physical therapists specialize in treating spinal injuries and back pain.

HealthStar Clinic - Lower Back Pain Treatments

TREATMENTS FOR
LOWER BACK PAIN

At HealthStar Clinic we effectively treat all elements of your lower
back pain, starting with accurately diagnosing the underlining causes of
your pain. Our treatments not only relieve your back pain quickly but also
are designed to recondition the spine to prevent chronic back pain. You
can feel at ease knowing our professional pain specialists are here to
guide you through every step of getting you back to living a healthy lifestyle.

TREATMENTS FOR
LOWER BACK PAIN

At HealthStar Clinic we effectively treat all elements of your lower
back pain, starting with accurately diagnosing the underlining causes of
your pain. Our treatments not only relieve your back pain quickly but also
are designed to recondition the spine to prevent chronic back pain. You
can feel at ease knowing our professional pain specialists are here to
guide you through every step of getting you back to living a healthy lifestyle.

Nearly, 80% of Americans suffer from
back pain at some point throughout their lifetime.

COMMON PAIN SYMPTOMS

Lower back pain is the most common form of back pain. Lower back pain can be caused by hundreds of potential factors. Here are some common signs of lower back pain. Keep in mind that not all of these symptoms may apply to your specific condition.

Muscle Spasms
Short Range of Movement
Difficulties When Walking or Standing
Pain Around the Rear

Leg Pain Down Towards the Knee
Soreness
Sharp Shooting Pain
Pain When Laying Down

LOWER BACK PAIN CAUSES

Lower back pain can happen for a number of reasons. Simple daily activities such as sitting down improperly or lifting objects in an irregular manner can aggravate nerves or displace discs in the back causing inflammation and pain. Below we have listed some of the more common reasons for lower back pain.
Muscle Strain
Muscles tighten, strain, tear or even gain small tears from overuse and strain. Untreated strains can become consistent pain issues if not properly treated.
Herniated and Bulging Discs
Spinal discs act as cushions and support between the vertebrae of the spine that can “slip” position or even burst causing herniation, leading to intense nerve pain.
Sciatica
Disc herniation or traumatic impact can create pressure on the sciatic nerve, resulting in sharp and shooting pains. Many times this pain runs through the hip and down the legs.
Arthritis/Osteoarthritis
Arthritis is the breakdown of cartilage in the small disc joints within the spinal column in the back. Over time, this can also cause narrowing of the space around the spinal cord.
Myofascial Pain
One of the more common causes of lower back pain myofascial pain is long-lasting pain that affects the connective tissue (fascia) of muscles.
Degenerative Disc Disease
Natural aging and break down of the spinal discs. Over time the discs can lose their cushioning and result in lower back pain.
Obesity
Excess weight on the body and joints apply pressure, poor posture and extra stress on the lower back resulting in lower back pain.

LOWER BACK PAIN MAY OFTEN INDICATE MORE SERIOUS MEDICAL PROBLEMS

Pain accompanied by fever or loss of bowel or bladder control, coughing with pain, and weakness in the legs can indicate pinched nerves or more serious conditions. If you are suffering from these symptoms we recommend contacting our clinic as soon as possible to reduce the risk of long-term damage.

Don’t Let Pain Control Your Life. We Can Help.

Fill out our request appointment form to find out how we can help or call one of our clinics to learn more. Most major insurances are accepted.

Appointment: 1 (866) 586-9667

Clinic Locations:
Birmingham   |   Montgomery   |   Prattville