Common Conditions We Treat


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Low back pain is a common medical condition that may originate from damage to other areas of the spine, muscles, nerves, bones, and joints. It usually lasts for a few days to a few weeks, but can also be a chronic issue that many adults struggle with. Low back pain can be dull or sharp, and can even radiate pain to different parts of the body such as a person’s arms, hands, legs, feet. Other than common lower back pain, people with damage to the spinal cord may experience weakness and tingling in their extremities.

Our Board-Certified Dr. Minesh Zaveri will diagnose the root cause of your low back pain by performing a comprehensive examination of your spine. After determining the cause of the pain, we’ll develop a plan to relieve your pain most commonly with non-surgical treatments first but surgical treatments are available through our Phoenix, AZ area office.

“The entire experience from scheduling an appointment to walking out the door was fantastic. You really get the sense that this is a world class practice. They made me feel welcomed and did not rush through the visit. He, and his PA, answered all my questions and ensured I understood the prognosis and all possible directions of care moving forward. I’m very happy we came across SPS.”

Nick Garcia / patient

Treatment Plans

More Information for Patients Experiencing Low Back Pain

Risk Factors for Low Back Pain

The lower back bears most of a person’s body weight, and in turn becomes susceptible to a variety of stressors, strain and damaging movements throughout the years. Most commonly strained muscles in the back will cause low back pain, which can be related to your lifestyle. Interestingly enough, low back pain is caused by varying levels of activity. It’s important to find a healthy balance in your life to manage pain and we’ll help identify the root cause of your low back pain.

Below are a few common factors that lead to LBP:

  • Obesity / Overweight
  • Inactive / Sedentary lifestyle
  • Jobs demanding heavy lifting
  • Jobs with extensive sitting at your desk
  • Chronic conditions like Fibromyalgia, Spinal Stenosis, Spondylitis, etc.

Common Treatments for Low Back Pain

As you get older, the wear and tear on the various components of your spine can gradually become damaged, and may require treatment from medical professionals. Below are a few common treatments ranging from simple home remedies to surgery. Its best to schedule a free consultation today with Dr. Minesh Zaveri, who will develop an appropriate low back pain treatment plan.

  • Bed Rest
  • Yoga & Stretching
  • Spinal Manipulation
  • Massage Therapy
  • Acupuncture
  • Medications
  • Injections
  • Surgery
  • Physical Therapy

Why Choose Us for Low Back Pain Treatment

Dr. Minesh Zaveri can treat a wide variety of joint & spinal ailments, depending on your diagnosis. Before starting on a treatment plan, it is of the utmost importance that we perform an accurate and thorough diagnosis of your low back pain.

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