Chronic Back Pain

Back Pain

Back pain is commonly in the lower back; pain in the lower back could be a sign of something more severe, depending on the type of pain. You may feel tingling, numbness, burning, aching, or a sharp pain. Back pain can also be related to leg, hip, and neck pain, which opens up more risks to different illnesses. If you are feeling any kind of pain in your back contact Pegasus Pain Management to get the treatment that is right for you and to be sure your back pain is not a symptom of another illness.

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Some Illnesses Related to Back Pain

Coccydynia

Pain in the lower spine caused by damage or inflammation to the lowest part of the spine, called the coccyx. This is most common in women.

Degenerative Disc Disease:

When the cushioning between discs start to fade.

Sciatica

Lower back problems travelling down to the legs. Creating lower back and leg pain.

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Common Causes of Chronic Back Pain

Back pain is often caused by the following:

  • Injury
  • Muscle strain (excessive movement, stress, lifting a heavy object, etc.)
  • Poor posture
  • Worn down cartilage in the spine
  • Excessive sitting
  • Bending over improperly
  • Pregnancy (due to the weight)
  • Upper body weight (it often makes the upper spine pass over the lower spine commonly leading to poor posture)

Best Treatments for Back Pain

Back pain can be treated in many different ways depending on the area of pain, the type of pain, and the severity of the pain. Very minor back pain can be handled on your own, but minor back pain could mean that pain is building up somewhere else. To maintain symptoms on your own you could try using a heating pad to soothe your muscles or you could try some back strengthening exercises; if pain still persists then you should contact Pegasus Pain Management to be sure your back pain isn’t a symptom of something more severe.

If you have back pain, contact Pegasus Pain Management, in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, immediately to see what kind of pain treatment is best for you. To contact Pegasus Pain Management call (214) 702-5855