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Alternative Treatments For Low Back Pain

Back pain is a common occurrence for many adults and can interrupt daily activities. Some might refrain from seeking treatment because they’ve been told their options are limited or are just handed pain medication to mask the problem. To identify and treat the root cause, there are several successful alternative treatments for low back pain and ways to prevent it from occurring in the future. 

Common Causes of Low Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common reasons adults seek medical attention. These are some reasons why low back pain can occur: 

  • Muscle strain. Repeated heavy lifting or unnatural movement can strain spinal ligaments, muscles, or tendons and cause back pain. 
  • Ruptured, bulging, and herniated discs. Spinal discs act as cushions for the vertebrae, and any issue with spinal discs can result in nerve damage in the lower back.
  • Arthritis in the spine. The slow degeneration of the spinal joints is a common cause of lower back pain. The cartilage in our spine breaks down with age and can become inflamed.
  • Disease. Spinal tumors, scoliosis, kidney infections, and infections in the spine can all cause lower back pain. 
  • Spinal stenosis. This is a condition in which the space around the spinal cord narrows, placing pressure on the nerve roots. 

Alternative Treatment Options

Depending on the severity of the injury or diagnosis, there are several non-surgical and minimally invasive treatment options for low back pain. Some of our top treatment recommendations are:

  • Spinal Decompression. Non-surgical spinal decompression therapy is a practice that uses a specialized traction table to help the spine stimulate blood flow, and retract the disc material back to its natural position.
  • Ozone Therapy. Ozone therapy is an injection of highly concentrated Oxygen gas which is administered to the targeted area. 
  • Ultra PRP. Platelet-Rich Plasma are injections consisting of your blood sample being placed in a centrifuge where it separates the red blood cells from the platelets and plasma. The practitioner injects the concentrated PRP into the treatment area. 
  • Peptide Therapy. Peptides are the building blocks of amino acids. Peptide therapy stimulates cellular regrowth and targets specific peptide compounds. Certain treatments can be used to repair muscle tissue damage, reduce inflammation, and increase tissue and muscle healing. 

Before any treatment can begin, our medical professionals conduct a thorough exam to determine the best course of treatment and how to best accommodate your lifestyle. 

Top Risk Factors For Lower Back Pain

When it comes to lower back pain, there can be a variety of factors associated with your level of risk in experiencing it. Some of these factors include age, lack of exercise, excessive weight, improper lifting, smoking, lifestyle habits, and mental health. 

Improve Spinal Health With BioCure

Maintaining spinal health is key to living an active and prosperous lifestyle. Our spine is responsible for supporting our entire body. It houses the most important tissue, the spinal cord which connects our bodies to our brains.  We understand the importance of keeping our spines in top shape and how to prevent and treat lower back pain. Without a healthy spine, and living with lower back pain, everyday tasks can be unbearable and harmful. Contact BioCure today to learn more about our treatments for low back pain. 


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