Lower Back Pain: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatments

Are You Suffering from Lower Back Pain

Did you suffer an injury years ago and just can’t put up with the pain anymore? Is the pain shooting into the hip and down the leg? If you’re dealing with any type of lower back pain, Key Clinics can help.

Lower back pain can be absolutely painful to deal with. There are so many different conditions that can cause it and the levels of pain can make it difficult to do just about anything. At Key Clinics, we specialize in diagnosing the true cause of your lower back pain so that we can utilize state-of-the-art treatments and procedures to give you long-term relief.

I’m Tired of Suffering from Back Pain

Causes of Lower Back Pain

There are several possible causes of lower back pain. Often, there are doctors that only treat the symptoms instead of the root cause. Treating the symptoms is fine but sometimes the pain becomes so unbearable that managing symptoms isn’t an option anymore.

  • SI Joint Dysfunction
  • Facet Joint Dysfunction
  • Muscle Strain
  • Ligament Strain
  • Herniated Disc
  • Degenerative Disc Disease

What Are The Symptoms of Lower Back Pain?

The lower back is important for doing things like bending over and twisting. Aside from general discomfort in the lower half of the back, there are some other symptoms that can be a sign that something is wrong with the lower back. Lower back pain can get worse over time and some significant symptoms to look for include:

  • Shooting Pain Into the Hip/Leg(Sciatica)
  • Difficulty Standing
  • Dull/Achy Pain
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Pain That Worsens While Sitting Or Standing
  • Difficulty Walking

That Shooting Pain in the Hip and Leg May Be Caused by The SI Joint

SI Joint pain is one of the most common causes of lower back pain that we treat at Key Clinics. If you have been suffering from lower back pain that starts in the back and makes its way down the hip and leg, also known as sciatica, you may be suffering from Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction.

Treating SI Joint Dysfunction used to require a complicated fusion surgery that was difficult to recover from. The good news is that SI Joint Pain can be now be treated by a minimally invasive system called the iFuse System.

How Does iFuse Work

Get The Relief You Deserve from Lower Back Pain

At Key Clinics, we can diagnose the root cause of your lower back pain and then develop a treatment plan that is unique to your specific needs. Schedule with us today to get back to the pain-free quality of life you deserve.

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