Low Back Pain - What Are Some Treatment Options?
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Statistics report that low back pain affects approximately 80 percent of Americans at some point in their lives. Physicians treat low back pain with conservative methods first, which can include medications, epidural steroid injections, or physical therapy.
If conservative measures are not successful in relieving a patient's pain, surgery may be required.
For more information on Back Pain and the range of available Treatments, read this issue of our newsletter, Ortho Connect, or call us at (859) 301-BONE.
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