Lower Back Pain (LBP)
Lower Back Pain affects an average of 17.4 million adults per year in the United States, and it affects athletes of all sports at one point or another. Of those 17.4 million adults with Lower Back Pain, 5.7 million will experience pain the following year and 3.5 million will experience will experience a substantial decrease in mobility according to John Markman, MD in preparation for a report on Chronic Neuropathic Low Back Pain to the University of Rochester (immpact.org, 2009). Additionally, the US National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health reported that “large epidemiological studies show that 20% to 35% of patients with back pain suffer from a neuropathic pain component” (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov, 2009). Lumbago and Sciatic pain are the most common neuropathic pain conditions that affect the lower back. Fortunately, Lower Back Pain, can be treated at Well Being Neuropathy Relief Center in Roseville using a specialized ReBuilder Medical Device that is designed for peripheral neuropathy.
If you are continually suffering from lower back pain, you may be experiencing nerve damage to the lumbago or sciatic area. Once the pain begins, your first priority should be to schedule an evaluation with a Bay Area chiropractor who understands and specializes in nerve damage. The number to call is (916) 945-9800. At Well Being Neuropathy Relief Center in Roseville , we treat many conditions, and there is no reason for your pain to continue after being treated regularly. Our non-invasive approach to pain relief and injury recovery has proved to have very successful results.
More Information About Peripheral Neuropathy
Neuropathy symptoms can range from numbness and tingling to stabbing feelings (paresthesia) and muscle weakness. More severe symptoms consist of burning sensations and even organ dysfunction. Almost all peripheral neuropathy symptoms can be treated with many of our devices.
To learn more about how we can treat your Lower Back Pain, visit Well Being Neuropathy Relief Center in Roseville or call (916) 945-9800 to speak with one of our Peripheral Neuropathy professionals today.