At Coastal Pain Medicine patient satisfaction is our top priority. We work together as a team and take the responsibility of making every visit pleasant and comfortable for our patients in every possible way.
We strive to ensure our clients benefit from all the latest innovations and developments in back pain treatment. And we offer a range of modern techniques to ensure the best possible results.
We treat a wide range of back problems
Back pain affects people of all ages and fitness levels across Broward County - from Pompano Beach, Boca Raton to Deerfield Beach.
Back pain is very common and can have a number of causes. Most habitually, non-traumatic back pain is linked with musculoskeletal sprains, or strains leading to inflammation, muscle weakening and fatigue, and finally deconditioning. ‘Wear and tear’ injuries and degenerative deviations of the spine’s vertebral discs and facet joints can also cause acute and chronic pain.
Back pain common conditions
Our team of highly specialized clinicians offer patients a wide range of treatment options for the conditions listed below:
- Disc prolapse
- Piriformis syndrome
- Spinal degenerative disease
- Sacroiliac pain
- Wry neck (Torticollis)
- Facet joint pain
- Spinal muscular pain
- Pars defect
- Post spinal surgery
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Chronic fatigue syndrome (ME
… and other.
Common causes for back pain
Back pain is very common and there are many diverse causes, oscillating from injuries to joint and disc problems and – very frequently – everyday habits that can cause back pain with time. That’s why the faster you start your back pain treatment, the better the possible results.
The most common causes of back pain are:
- Everyday causes (such as poor posture, bad set-up work, lifting or bad sleeping position)
- Tech neck (caused by looking downward at a smartphone or laptop screen)
- Sports injuries
- Disc and joint degeneration and other health conditions
If you’re unsure of what’s causing your back pain, our pain management doctors can help. Coastal Pain Medicine offers a range of individualized treatments.
When to see a doctor?
Even though it's common, most cases of back pain have a tendency to clear up without the requirement to see a doctor.
You should see your pain doctor if your pain:
- is really bad
- lasts for a long time
- stops you from working or doing the things you enjoy
- affects your everyday activities
- gets worse with time
If the pain is causing you significant problems and stops you from getting on with normal life and work activities, your doctor will examine you and ask you questions.
These questions will help predict how likely it is that you need further help with your back pain. If you need further support, your doctor will give you a referral to a physiotherapist. This way you can have treatment early, which will help reduce the pain and allow you to return to normal activities.
If you’re concerned about the cause of your back pain, talking openly about your worries with a healthcare professional can help, as reducing fear can help speed up your recovery.
What are the warning signs of a serious problem?
Very rarely back pain, or pain that travels down the leg is a sign of a serious problem.
If you have any of the below symptoms, you should seek urgent medical attention:
- difficulty controlling or passing urine
- loss of control of your bowels
- numbness around your back passage, or your genitalia
- serious weakness in your legs, so you find standing really difficult
- severe and ongoing back pain that gets worse over several weeks
The above symptoms could be linked to a potentially serious condition that needs urgent medical attention. If you’re experiencing one, or more, of the symptoms, make an appointment with Coastal Pain Medicine to have your condition assessed by a back pain specialist.
Deerfield Beach Pain Treatment Center - We Know How To Treat Back Pain
The treatment for back pain can be provided at our pain clinic in Broward County, regardless of where you are from - Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, Fort Lauderdale, or Pompano Beach.
Call Coastal Pain Medicine at (954) 543-5100 for an appointment. We help patients with back pain get their pain-free life and mobility back.
Our experienced back pain management specialists at Coastal Pain Medicine will help you determine the cause of your back pain and give you a range of treatment options.
The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE, and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional medical judgment, advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health.