Lower Back Pain
327 Beach 19th Street, 11691 718-682-3429 http://www.lowerbackpainny.com Mon-Fri 9 a.m - 5 p.m All cc, cash Most people know what it is when their foot or leg “falls asleep.” When it continues and it feels like your leg – or parts of it are numb, it can indicate a more serious problem. This is often caused by a problem with the sciatic nerve. The pain usually starts in the lower back and then it travels down your leg. Leg pain can vary in location and degree of intensity. Some of it may be relatively mild, and others may have enough pain to prevent them from conducting their daily duties. When it comes to the point of being unable to obtain relief through home remedies, there are several options that an interventional pain center can provide. Low back pain is a fact of life for many Americans today. It can easily reduce your ability to perform many functions and will often limit your quality of life. Instead of merely resigning to a life of pain and low levels of activity, there are several ways it can be treated – enabling you to enjoy life again.
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