Lower Back Pain Can Affect Anyone

Aug 9, 2017

Back pain is the most prevalent condition medical physicians, and Orthopedic Doctors treat. Unfortunately, too many people try to ignore their pain until their symptoms become unbearable and potentially dangerous to their long-term health.

Whether you experience constant pain or were injured in a recent accident, it’s important to have our Atlanta Orthopedic Doctors examine your condition to understand the source of your symptoms.

Low Back Pain and Orthopedic Treatment

The most common form of pain that our Atlanta Orthopedic Doctors treat focuses on the lower back area. Your lumbar spine comprises of five particular bones, which are referred to as vertebrae. The vertebrae help your back remain stable, while also supporting your ability to flex. Back injuries and pain develop for a variety of reasons that span from incorrect posture and abnormalities to misalignments and physical trauma.

The chances of you experiencing back pain increase if your occupation requires you to sit down for long periods or lift heavy equipment. Strain from overuse, incorrect posture, lifting objects without proper support, and accidents are all responsible for pinched nerves, bulging discs, and low back pain. People who participate in recreational sports, work out using heavy weights, and even those who lead stationary lifestyles are vulnerable to low back pain.

Common Symptoms of Low Back Pain Treated By Our Atlanta Orthopedic Doctors

Most patients who experience low back pain notice stabbing or pulsating sensations that travel from the neck to the waist. Acute back pain derives from sudden trauma that is often associated with slip and fall or car accidents. Chronic back pain is referred to when a patient has experienced painful symptoms for more than three consecutive months.

If you experience back pain for more than three days, contact AICA Ortho & Spine to schedule an examination. Back pain is often an indicator of other underlying conditions that require immediate Orthopedic Treatment to prevent long-term or permanent damage.

Contact AICA Orthopedics For Back Pain Relief

Treating chronic back pain can be a lengthy process, although our Orthopedic Doctors can provide pain relief in just one appointment. To learn more about our approach to treating back pain, call AICA Orthopedics at (404) 855-2141 to schedule an appointment.



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