what is causing my LOWER BACK pain?
Pain in the lower back or buttocks is a usual ailment. From day to day, we see many individuals experiencing pain in these areas, and they benefit greatly from physical therapy. Most of the time, low back or buttock pain hampers the ability to move with ease as it can be quite painful in a number of scenarios from lying down, sitting or doing normal daily activities. It may be time to come see us if you are experiencing any of the following with your low back or buttocks:
• Back or buttock cramping
• Dull aches
• Pain that lingers
• Pain while sitting or standing
• Sharp / burning pain(s)
You may rarely notice anything out of the ordinary with your lower back or buttocks – until they start to hurt. And believe us, when you experience a sharp or burning pain in these areas, you will notice. Pain in these areas is frequently due to any number of factors that include but are not limited to:
• Core/back muscle weakness
• Disc complications; Compressed and Herniated
• Poor posture
• Slips or falls
At ApexNetwork Physical Therapy, we know low back and buttock pain. We also know how to make it go away by investigating your condition thoroughly. Different injuries require different attention, which is why our treatment approach is personalized. Our experienced therapists will create a treatment plan that is customized for you, based on your unique situation, your symptoms and the goals we as a team set with you.
The therapy and rehabilitative services/exercises we provide will help improve your condition while reducing your pain. We practice with a hands-on approach that plays a significant role in your recovery process. Our philosophy is to be the best in rehabilitation so you can get better, faster.
Remember, with Direct Access, you don’t need a prescription from your doctor. Simply call one of our physical therapy clinics today to make an appointment.
Scheduling an appointment is easy, convenient and flexible. We’ll schedule you fast, sometimes the same or next day, but always within 24 to 48 hours of requesting your first appointment.