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The treatment for low back pain depends on its cause, severity, and duration.  The majority of low back symptoms are treatable with pain medications, short periods of rest, and physical therapy. 
You may wear a back support at the onset of pain for symptom relief.  Over-the-counter medication or prescription medication may be used to reduce your pain.  If your symptoms do not improve significantly, your doctor may inject your back with pain relieving medication.
Physical therapists can provide treatments to reduce you pain, and muscle spasms.  They will show you exercises to gently stretch and strengthen your back and abdominal muscles.  Physical therapists can use modalities, such as ultrasound and heat packs, to ease discomfort. Aquatic therapy can be helpful for low back pain.  The heated water environment may help reduce pain and provide support while you exercise.  Your therapists will also show you proper postures or body mechanics to use during movements, such as how to position your back when lifting.  The use of proper body mechanics can help to prevent further injury.  You physical therapy treatment plan may also include work simulation activities to help you get back to work.

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Our medical specialists are available 24/7/365 to provide you with a second opinion regarding your Back Pain treatment and whether or not you need this treatment. Our goal is to help patients avoid unnecessary surgeries and procedures whenever possible. If you were recommended by your physician to undergo a Back Pain and are not sure what to do, our expert physicians are here to help you obtain a proper diagnosis.

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This service should be used for second opinions, additional medical reviews and consultations; not for primary diagnosis or treatment. Please always consult your primary doctor for final diagnosis and treatment.