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Low back pain treatment

Low back and spine pain information

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Health library

These pages of our health library can help you become more informed about your condition:

Integrative approach to pain

The Penny George Institute for Health and Healing's online education tool teaches people about pain and how to manage it.

If you are like most adults, it's likely you'll experience low back pain at least once in your life.

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Low back pain

Pain felt in your lower back may come from the spine, muscles, nerves, or other structures in that region.

Learn more about low back pain in our health library.

The treatment you need will depend on the cause of your back pain and where it's located along your spine. The best approach is to work closely with an experienced health care professional who can assess your condition and provide a treatment program tailored to your needs.

If you are dealing with back, neck or spine pain, you may be interested in . . .

  • Aquatic therapy can help decrease swelling and pressure on joints and increase range of motion. It can also help strengthen muscles and allow patients to more quickly return to daily activities after an illness or injury.
  • Spine physical therapy involves working with a specially-trained physical therapist to assess your condition and recommend exercise, manual adjustments and other therapies to help reduce pain and increase your ability to move, function and heal.
  • Digital video analysis helps athletes who have pain or injury from running, throwing or playing golf. Physical therapists combine frame-by-frame video analysis with a complete musculoskeletal assessment to determine the source of pain.
  • The MedX system offers intensive spine strengthening to reduce chronic low back and neck pain.

Courage Kenny Spine Rehabilitation

Courage Kenny Spine Rehabilitation may help if you have:

  • acute (severe, short-term) low back or neck pain
  • chronic (long-lasting, persistent) low back or neck pain
  • recurrent symptoms with periodic flare-ups of low back or neck pain
  • neck or low back pain associated with numbness or tingling involving your arms or legs
  • pain that has not been helped with standard pain treatments.

For more information, call 1-800-827-8313.

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