Back Pain Specialist

Magnolia Medical Center

Multidisciplinary Medical Center located in Murfreesboro, TN

Back pain and lower back pain are a common complaint that becomes chronic for many people due to the degenerative changes that occur in your spine as you age. The interdisciplinary pain management experts at Magnolia Medical Center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, have helped many back pain sufferers get relief from their discomfort with a non-surgical spine and back pain relief program. To schedule an appointment, call the office or book online today.

Back Pain Q & A

What is back pain?

Back pain refers to any discomfort you experience in your back. This includes dull aches to sharp, debilitating pain. Your back pain may develop from many causes, including an acute injury or an underlying degenerative condition. 

Though pain can develop in any area of your back, lower back pain is the most common.

The experienced interdisciplinary health care team at Magnolia Medical Center specializes in the management of back pain and has helped many people get the relief they need using natural, non-surgical treatments. 

What symptoms does back pain cause?

Back pain symptoms vary in type and severity. Common symptoms include:

  • Recurring lower back pain
  • Numbness and/or tingling in the leg(s)
  • Muscle weakness, difficulty lifting regular objects
  • Shoulder pain
  • Muscle spasms
  • Foot drop, weakness in toes, or numbness in the foot
  • Numbness in arms or hands
  • Numbness in buttocks
  • Muscle stiffness and/or tenderness
  • Loss of bladder or bowel control
  • Throw back out easily

If you’re experiencing these symptoms, then your back pain may come from conditions that are degenerative in nature. 

These conditions don’t heal naturally without treatment and get worse over time. The longer you go without effective treatment, the greater your chance for extensive damage.

The pain management experts at Magnolia Medical Center specialize in the treatment of degenerative back conditions and provide treatments that alleviate your pain and improve spine and back health. 

Am I a good candidate for the back pain relief program?

The team at Magnolia Medical Center has helped many back pain sufferers get relief from their pain with a non-surgical back pain relief program. Schedule a consultation with the team if you’re suffering from:

  • Herniated disc, slipped disc, or bulging disc
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Sciatica
  • Pinched nerve
  • Trauma
  • Lifting stress injury
  • Sports injury

The team specializes in the treatment of sciatica, which is a painful condition that develops when your sciatic nerve is irritated or pinched as it exits your spinal canal. 

Sciatica causes various pain symptoms (aching, burning, tingling) that usually only affect one side of your lower body, specifically your leg. 

Magnolia Medical Center’s breakthrough back relief program may provide the relief you’ve been desperately searching for so you can avoid back surgeries such as spinal fusion surgery. 

What treatments can improve my back pain?

The team develops individualized treatment plans for the management of back pain based on the severity of your symptoms, the underlying cause, it’s location such as the lower back, and your overall health. Your treatment plan may include:

  • Physical therapy
  • Massage therapy
  • Chiropractic care
  • Regenerative medicine
  • Nutrition therapy 
  • Magnetic therapy
  • Weight loss program

Your back relief program may also include non-surgical spinal decompression. With spinal decompression, the team works to relieve pressure without damaging your spine and allows blood and nutrients to flow to your discs to promote natural healing. 

The experienced team at Magnolia Medical Center has helped many people get relief from their pain with non-surgical spinal decompression, and it’s the preferred treatment for those suffering from chronic back pain. 

To schedule a consultation to learn more about the breakthrough non-surgical back and lower back pain relief program, contact Magnolia Medical Center by phone or online today.