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Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common medical ailments reported by patients. Most people will struggle with some kind of back pain at some point in their lives. The chance of having back pain increases as a person gets older.
Most of the time, the symptoms are temporary and will go away within a few weeks time. If your symptoms last longer than that, you could be dealing with a condition causing chronic back pain, and could require further treatment.


Imaging scans like X-Rays, CT Scans and MRI’s are useful tools in helping diagnose the conditions causing your chronic back pain. Other diagnostic tools may also be used. Once your physician knows what is causing the pain, they can present a list of treatment options that may be able to help.

If back pain is interrupting your daily life, there is help available. Make an appointment with the highly-trained staff at AVALA Pain for a conversation about your options for treating these symptoms and getting back to enjoying your life.