Lower Back Pain in San Antonio, TX

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About Lower Back Pain

As a sharp, throbbing sensation, lower back pain affects the lower spine area. Consisting of bones, discs, tendons, and muscles, the spinal cord and nerves are intricate systems that can be harmed by a number of factors. When you begin suffering from lower back pain, it is important to identify the exact source of your discomfort in order to receive the most effective form of treatment for your symptoms. Whether it is acute or chronic, if lower back pain is affecting your quality of life, there are available treatment options to alleviate your discomfort. At Tricity Pain Associates, our team of licensed pain management specialists works to diagnose the source of your pain before creating a treatment plan that fits your unique needs and concerns. Learn more by contacting our San Antonio, TX facility to schedule your initial consultation with one of our experienced physicians.

Lower Back Pain Treatment

Before initiating a treatment plan, a series of diagnostic tests may be completed to determine the underlying source of your lower back pain. In most cases, acute lower back pain can be alleviated with more conservative treatment methods, such as medication and physical therapy. When pain is persistent or does not respond to less invasive forms of treatment, additional procedures may be recommended, including injections or nerve stimulation. A series of treatments may also be suggested in order to provide long-term, optimal results.

At Tricity Pain Associates, our goal is to help you return to your everyday activities without the discomfort of lower back pain. Discover how we can help by scheduling a consultation at our San Antonio, TX facility with our team of pain management specialists.

Lower Back Pain FAQ

What can cause lower back pain?

In most cases, injury — such as a muscle strain or sprain — is the root cause of lower back pain. However, certain diseases can also lead to this undesirable condition. To correctly identify what's ailing you, it's important to schedule an appointment with one of our physicians.

What about lower back pain should concern me?

For some patients, lower back pain may actually be a sign of a serious medical condition. We always encourage patients to seek immediate medical attention if their lower back pain is felt in combination with weakness in the legs or loss of bladder control.

Is lower back pain treatable?

While every patient is different, and there are cases of persistent pain, we typically expect our patients to make a significant recovery from their pain. This can vary depending on the cause of the pain, as well as the age and size of the patient, though typically many patients notice results within a few months.

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