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Physical Therapy Treatments For Low Back Pain

Treatment Options for Lower Back Pain

What Causes Back Pain?

Back injuries are more common than ever, commonly occurring within the home, they can be also be caused by car accidents, falls, or from sports.

If left untreated, back injuries can produce moderate to severe pain and lead to chronic pain. Whether it be to the spine, nerves, ligaments, tendons, muscles, or a combination of these, back pain must be taken seriously.

Diagnosing and treating the spine requires a great deal of care and skill, as well as a systematic, individual approach to treatment.

Our team of dedicated specialists believe in promoting health naturally by treating injuries with a patient-centric, holistic approach. We believe in the body’s ability to heal itself and to that end, provide treatment that promotes wellness and natural rehabilitation over the use of opioids and surgery.

This approach to care is extended to our work-ups, which include medical history, activity level, nutrition, current medical conditions, and a thorough review of other external factors. The review of this information along with a comprehensive, physical evaluation can be used to help identify the cause and severity of the condition, and in the development of the treatment plan.

Each patient is evaluated and consulted with to determine the precise treatment plan that will have the most benefit to the patient.

Back Pain Treatment
Back Pain Treatment

Back Pain Treatment Options

Our physicians are trained to identify the areas of concern, develop a comprehensive treatment and care plan, and provide treatment that limits inflammatory response while assisting in the healing process.

Some treatments we employ to treat back pain are non-steroid, non-opioid trigger point injections, regenerative medicine, PRP treatment, chiropractic care, acupuncture and much more.

Each patient will be evaluated as to their specific needs and all treatment will be unique to them. Surgery as a treatment is generally only used as a last resort.

Peak’s Treatment Options:

  • Regenerative Medicine
  • PRP Treatments
  • Trigger-Point Injections
  • Bracing
  • Physical Therapy
  • Chiropractic Care
  • Acupuncture
  • Massage Therapy
Peak Medical Centers’

Back Pain Treatments

Our specialists explain non-surgical, convenient options for your care.

Regenerative Medicine

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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatments

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Non-Steroid, Non-Opioid Trigger Point Injections

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DME / Bracing

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Physical Therapy

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Chiropractic Care (Cox Technic)

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Massage Therapy

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Making An Appointment

Making an appointment with us enters you into a system of care.

From your first appointment, our team will gather a complete record of your injury and pain levels. They will then determine a course of action that will treat your specific back pain symptoms.

You will then begin your comprehensive treatment plan.

Choosing A Care Provider

Locating a physician to treat your back pain is not as easy as it may seem. Experience, technology and treatments provided vary drastically.

But, at Peak Medical Centers, we are different. We’re a team of dedicated professionals with one goal in mind – to help get you back to normal.

Primary care physicians can use diagnostic tools to see injuries – sometimes even soft tissue damage, but cannot always treat it effectively. Only a back pain specialist can take a comprehensive and complete approach to your recovery plan.

A great practice that combines all aspects of chiropractic care and physical therapy to help their patients. Everyone is friendly and helpful. If you need help with back issues or physical therapy, Peak Medical Centers is the place to go.

Jim Browskivia Google

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