Discogenic back pain is generally a chronic condition that is felt when the spine is compressed, especially when sitting or bending. Common symptoms of discogenic back pain include:
Lower back pain and spasms
Pain radiating to the buttocks, thighs, and groin
Discogenic back pain is diagnosed via an MRI or through a comprehensive evaluation/assessment process known as the McKenzie method, which works with range of motion and movement to discover the source of the pain.
At 360 Pain Treatment, our mission is to provide compassionate pain relief, restore prior function and activity levels, and optimize the quality of life for all.
360 Pain Treatment aspires to create a culture of care in our communities by helping those suffering with pain to live more pain-free and thus improving their quality of life.
- Compassion for all who are ailing and in need of help.
- Advancement of minimally invasive healthcare procedures that firstly considers patient wellbeing.
- Respect and inclusion for everyone we serve in our communities.
- Excellence and efficiency in all that we do.