Back Pain

Back Pain Treatment

Back pain can affect every aspect of your life, but it doesn’t have to continue. When people in the Naples, Florida area have lower back pain and accompanying symptoms like neck pain, they can rely on the ER QuickCare team to help them through. ER QuickCare provides quick relief in the form of oral or IV medications, giving the patient the help they need exactly when they need it the most. ER QuickCare is open every day and is ready to help.

Back Pain

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How common is back pain?

Back pain, especially lower back pain, is one of the most common medical issues that people experience today. About 80% of people in the U.S. deal with back pain at some time in their life. Since back pain is quite common, it’s not unusual for people to treat it more lightly than they should. However, this can be a very serious mistake. Back pain and connected issues like neck pain should be taken quite seriously to preserve long-term health and wellness. In the vast majority of cases, back pain won’t abate — at least not for any significant amount of time — unless treatment is sought.

How are back pain and neck pain connected?

Many people who suffer from both lower back pain and neck pain are surprised to learn that the two conditions often are connected. After all, the lower back and the neck are quite far apart on the body. It’s the spinal column that’s the connector, and it plays a significant role in many cases of back and neck pain. If there is damage in the spinal column, for example, a bulging or herniated disc, this results in a shift for the whole spinal column. This means that even the vertebrae and discs at the very top of the spine, those in the neck area, can be affected.

Why does back pain develop?

There are many reasons that back pain happens. The most common causes of back pain may result from any of the following.

  • ports injuries
  • Slip and fall injuries
  • Auto accidents
  • Workplace accidents
  • Chronic conditions such as degenerative disc disease
  • Congenital conditions such as spina bifida or scoliosis
  • Obesity
  • Arthritis

There also are many other potential causes for back pain. Regardless of the reason for the pain, the team at ER QuickCare is prepared to treat you quickly so you can feel better fast.

How is back pain treated?

At ER QuickCare, back pain is treated according to specific symptoms and issues that you are experiencing. Treatment options include both oral and IV medications. The top goal is to ease or eliminate the back pain that led to seeking treatment at ER QuickCare.

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