Back pain is the second most common reason why people visit a doctor. The condition may be caused by the sprain of a ligament, muscle, or muscle tightness. However, more chronic forms may be caused by arthritis, spinal stenosis, spinal disk degeneration, and radiculopathy among other factors.
Back pain could be mild or heavy depending on the peculiar condition and has the ability to disrupt the daily activities of the affected individual. It could last a day, a few weeks, months, or a lifetime depending on the cause and treatment. The nature of back pain is such that the level of physical damage may not correlate with the amount of pain experienced. For example, a ligament sprain may cause extreme back pain, effectively immobilizing the patient, while a degenerated disc may be painless.
Leveraging his expertise and wealth of experience, Dr. Bryan finds satisfaction in helping his patients get back to 100% fitness and free from pain. Backed by a team of varying medical expertise, he begins treatment by carrying out the necessary image tests depending on the symptoms. Dr. Bryan then proceeds to place patients on a carefully designed plan for a long-term healing process to address the primary cause of the condition.