Symptoms for this very common condition often centralize as pain in the lower back, but can also travel to other areas of the body, such as the buttocks or legs. Persistent pain in the legs and lower back may be a sign of another spine condition known as sciatica.
Lower back pain symptoms can manifest as dull aches, muscle spasms, and/or soreness. This common condition can be triggered from traumatic injury such as fractures, ruptured discs or arthritis, but also much more subtle causes such as poor posture, lack of regular exercise, or improper lifting and carrying.diagnose my pain
Although lower back pain is very common, effective treatment methods can be unique for every individual. Undergoing evaluation and diagnosis from Dr. Bruggeman is the best way to plan your path to lower back pain relief.
While conservative pain management measures, including physical therapy, medications, or spinal injections, can offer temporary pain relief surgical options may offer a more long-term solution for your lower back pain, speaking with Dr. Bruggeman will help identify the cause of your pain and which treatments options or minimally invasive surgical procedures that can resolve your painful condition.FIND MY TREATMENT