Back Pain

Treatment for Back Pain

Regenerative and Stem Cell Therapy for Back Pain

Whether you’ve had an injury that causes your lower back pain, or if you have no idea why you’re in pain, you shouldn’t have to live with chronic back pain. At Renew Medical Centers in Cincinnati, Ohio, the expert medical team pinpoints the source of your back pain and will treat it with advanced regenerative treatments and/or stem cell therapy, a viable and often better alternative to surgery. Schedule your patient consultation online or call to schedule. Even if you’ve had unsuccessful treatment for back pain in the past, you can get the help you need at Renew Medical Centers.

Why do I have back pain?

While lower back pain, neck pain and pain related to the spine are common side effects of trauma, like an automobile accident, it’s not the only cause. Sometimes the pain is only temporary, while other times, it’s long lasting. Either way, you need to get a diagnosis to see exactly what’s going on. You can have lower back, spinal pain, and neck pain for all kinds of reasons including:

  • Soft tissue strains and sprains
  • Improperly twisting while lifting
  • Sitting or standing for prolonged periods
  • Herniated discs
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Facet joint pain
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Spondylolysis
  • Bone deformities
  • Bone fractures
  • Infections
  • Tumors
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Bone spurs
  • Pregnancy
What are the symptoms of lower back problems?

Generally, widespread lower back pain is the most common complaint when men and women have back issues. But you should also be aware of other concerning symptoms that can help your doctor better diagnose the cause of your lower back pain. For instance, you may feel:

  • Pain relief after changing positions
  • Sciatica pain down one leg
  • Numbness or weakness in your legs
  • Tingling in your lower back, buttocks, feet, or legs
  • Chronic sharp, shooting, or dull pain in your lower back
When should I see a doctor if have back pain?

Pain typically is a sign that something is off in your body. Ideally, you should make an appointment as soon as you have an injury, or start noticing pain in your back. You should make an appointment right away if your back pain:

  • Causes you to miss work regularly
  • Makes you miss out on social events
  • Interrupts your sleep
  • Makes sitting uncomfortable
  • Interrupts your daily activities