Low Back Pain

Today, the cases of chronic low back pain are constantly increasing with time. Every other person is experiencing the same these days. Sitting at a desk all day long and bending over a computer or laptop can strain your back muscles and lead to extreme discomfort. 

It can be challenging to live with pain in your lower back. Rudimentary tasks such as lifting things and bending down can become extremely difficult. The pain can be negligible for a while but comes back with a vengeance while performing basic tasks.

Dr. Ron Hanson, the founder of Regenerative Masters, has cultivated and developed advanced regenerative and cellular therapy techniques that solely focus on healing your body. A combination of different medical disciplines and regenerative therapy allows Regenerative Masters to elevate such discomforts.

Experience the most effective solution to your chronic low back pain by scheduling an appointment with Regenerative Masters today.
What is Low Back Pain?​

What is Low Back Pain?

Low back pain refers to an ache in your lumbar area that starts below your ribcage. It can sometimes improve independently, but a person may require medical assistance or surgery in severe cases.
According to a study by the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, about 80-85% of people suffer from aches in the lower back at one point or another, regardless of age.
Ignoring lower back pain or delaying required treatment can worsen your pain and result in a chronic health condition. It is vital to seek the proper treatment at the right time to prevent the problem from worsening.

Identifying the Signs of Low Back Pain

Low back pain commonly affects millions worldwide. Various factors, including injury and poor posture, can cause it.
Knowing the signs and symptoms can help with early detection and timely treatment. Some signs of low back pain include-
  • Dull or sharp pain in the lower back region.
  • Pain that radiates down the leg.
  • Stiffness or limited range of motion in the lower back.
  • Muscle spasms or cramping in the back.
  • Difficulty standing up straight or walking.
  • Pain that worsens with activity or prolonged sitting or standing.
  • Numbness or tingling feeling in the legs or feet.
  • Weakness in the legs.
  • Difficulty sleeping due to pain.
  • Loss of bowel or bladder control (in severe cases).

Common Causes of Low Back Pain

Pain in the lower back is one of the paramount causes of health problems and the top reason for people missing work. Listed below are several reasons why you are suffering from low back aches.

Muscular Low Back Pain

Low back aches can be caused due to muscular wear and tear or injuries. Some of the common reasons for muscular low back pain could be:
Herniated or slipped discs occur when a disc pushes itself out of its casing. It can be quite painful if it starts pressing on nerves, resulting in numbness in your arms or leg.
Strains and sprains are among the most common reasons for low back discomfort. This happens when your tendons or ligaments are injured due to unsafe or heavy lifting.
Osteoarthritis is a leading cause of pain. This type of arthritis causes inflammation and swelling of the muscles in your lower back, causing it to become sore. Osteoarthritis can also lead to spinal stenosis, which causes the space around your spinal cord to narrow down.
Common Causes of Low Back Pain
Lifestyle-Related Low Back Pain​

Organ-Related Low Back Pain

Your internal organs can be just as responsible for causing aches in the lower back as your muscles. Some of the internal organs responsible are:
Kidney-related problems can cause terrible pain in the lower back and are usually a sign of something serious.
Suffering from ulcerative colitis causes inflammation of the large intestine. You may experience pain in your lower back from recurrent abdominal cramping caused by ulcerative colitis.
When your appendix becomes inflamed or suffers from an infection, it causes appendicitis. In such a condition, pain in the lower back is standard on the right side of your body.
Fibroids refer to innocuous tumors that develop in the female pelvis. These tissue masses grow in and around the uterus, resulting in low back aches on your right side.

Lifestyle-Related Low Back Pain

Apart from organ and muscle-related causes, your lifestyle can also play a leading role in causing lower back pain. Several lifestyle habits and choices can lead to low back distress:
A desk job is one of the most common and relatable causes of low back pain. Ironically, it is also one of the foremost reasons people miss work days. An uncomfortable chair not providing sufficient lumbar support can lead to chronic low back aches. Your back may also suffer if you tend to slouch over your work.
Standing up straight has become more difficult with time, thanks to the fact that we are bent over our phones or computers the entire day. This leads to a slouched posture with an uncomfortable strain on your lower back, causing pain and aches.
While pushing yourself at the gym is good, you must be careful about how much you overextend your muscles during workouts and while playing sports.

Low Back Pain Diagnosis: A Thorough Evaluation

Low back aches can be diagnosed through physical examination, medical history, and diagnostic imaging tests. Here are some of the standard methods used by healthcare professionals to diagnose aches in your lower back:
A healthcare professional will ask about your medical history, including your symptoms, the duration of the pain, and any previous medical conditions or injuries.
During the physical exam, the healthcare professional will check your spine for any signs of injury or misalignment, such as limited range of motion, muscle spasms, or tenderness. They may also perform neurological tests to assess your reflexes, sensation, and strength.
X-rays, CT scans, and MRI scans can provide detailed spine images and help identify structural problems, such as herniated discs, spinal stenosis, or fractures.
In rare cases, blood tests may be used to check for underlying medical conditions that could be causing pain in the lower back, such as infections or autoimmune disorders.
Low Back Pain Diagnosis: A Thorough Evaluation​
The Regenerative Approach- Unlocking Your Body's Healing Potential​

The Regenerative Approach- Unlocking Your Body's Healing Potential

Cellular therapy uses your own body’s healing cells to reduce the speed of wear and tear in your muscles. It helps the body use its healing abilities to slow down and stop the deterioration of your cartilage.
Cellular therapy is non-surgical and minimally invasive. It helps regenerate and mend worn-out cartilage tissue faster. These healing cells are derived from the patient’s bone marrow and help cure problems like damaged cartilage by regrowing proper tissue around the affected area.

Why Regenerative Therapy: Discover the Advantages

  • Minimized recovery time.
  • Minimally invasive procedure.
  • Long-lasting solution to chronic pain. 
  • Quicker healing.

The Regenerative Way to Catalyse Your Low Back Pain Healing Process

Regenerative Masters firmly believe that to treat a person, one must be seen as a whole and not just as a part of the affected body. A positive outlook and the correct diagnosis can do wonders for healing.

We at Regenerative Masters aim to address the emotional, psychological, physical, neurological, and energetic reasons that negatively contribute to your health condition. We use a variety of disciplines for treatments, such as;

  •   Sports medicine
  •   Physical Therapy
  •   Regenerative and Cellular Therapy
  •   Psychological Therapy
  •   Naturopathy
  •   Diet
  •   Hypnosis
  •   Personal Training

Full-spectrum healing can enable your body to heal and come together as one entity and allow optimal healing. By employing a combination of the fields mentioned above for treatment, Regenerative Masters get real and dramatic results in due course.

The miraculous results allow people to return to their original selves and live fully. 

Meet Our Expert Dr. Ron Hanson

Meet Our Expert Dr. Ron Hanson

Introducing Dr. Ron Hanson, a Pioneer in Regenerative Medicine with over a decade of clinical experience. He has established himself as a leading physician in regenerative medicine. His innovative cellular therapies have helped countless patients achieve lasting healing and relief from chronic conditions.
Driven by a passion for innovation, Dr. Hanson is constantly refining his techniques and exploring new avenues for regenerative treatment. His dedication to helping patients heal and restore their health is unmatched, and his expertise has made him a true master of his craft.
If you’re looking for a physician who can deliver effective regenerative therapies and guide you on your healing journey, look no further than Dr. Ron Hanson.

Empower Your Healing Journey with Regenerative Masters Today!

Our team at Regenerative Masters coordinates care together by holistically approaching treatment and combining the disciplines of nine different medical fields. This helps in providing solutions to chronic conditions. Regenerative Masters helps in fully activating your neurological functions through spectrum healing. 

The founder and esteemed guide of Regenerative Masters, Dr. Ron Hanson, excels at figuring out the root causes of health conditions through unique methods to optimize your body for accommodating new tissue growth. With over twelve years of experience developing advanced cellular therapies, Dr. Hanson is considered a pioneer in regenerative therapy. 

Contact us today by sending us your details at info@regenerativemasters.com or by ringing (612) 800-5096.

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