Don’t let low back pain be a persistent problem for you. Find treatment and relief at Wake Orthopaedics.
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If you’ve been experiencing lower back pain that just won’t go away, Wake Orthopaedics can help. We offer comprehensive orthopedic care that puts you as the patient at the center of everything we do.
Whether you have lower back pain in Raleigh, NC, or a back injury in Cary, neck pain in Garner or lumbar pain in Apex, we provide progressive treatment for orthopedic needs from a friendly and experienced team of physicians, surgeons, therapists and employees. Find your nearest Wake Orthopaedics office today and give us a call or contact us online to learn more about our services in your community.
Back pain symptoms have the potential to get in the way of our daily activities and impact our quality of life, which is why we’re passionate about finding effective treatments for our patients. Learn more about the most common back pain:
Adult Spondylolisthesis in Lower Back. This condition is caused when a vertebra slips forward and out of place.
Cauda Equina Syndrome. A rare disorder affecting the bundle of nerve roots at the lower end of the spinal cord.
Degenerative Disc Disease. This condition is caused when discs in your spine collapse.
Herniated Disc. This condition most often occurs in the lower back, as well as the smaller discs in the neck.
Herniated Disc in Lower Back. Most common cause of lower back pain., as well as leg pain or "sciatica".
Kyphosis of the Spine. Spinal disorder in which an excessive outward curve of the spine results in an abnormal rounding of the upper back.
Low Back Pain. Pain of the lower back.
Lumbar Radiculopathy. Compression, inflammation and/or injury to a spinal nerve root in the lower back.
Lumbar Spinal Stenosis. Condition caused by normal wear-and-tear effects of ageing that lead to narrowing of the spinal canal.
Nerve Injuries. Can cause muscles to not work properly and cause a loss of feeling in the injured area.
Sciatica. Pain in your lower back or hip that radiates to the back of your thigh and into your leg.
Scoliosis (Adult). Curvature of the spine.
Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis. Common causes of low back pain in young athletes.
Thoracic and Lumbar Spine Fractures. Condition usually resulting from trauma.
When you come into one of our five offices, we will pair you with a spine specialist who can assess your back pain and make an effective treatment plan. We are experts at both nonoperative and surgical management of back disorders, including the use of therapy and the latest minimally invasive techniques.
If you’re ready to regain your previous mobility and stop being weighed down by low back pain, request an appointment at Wake Orthopaedics today. Simply fill out the form to the right of this page, and we’ll be in touch soon to schedule an appointment. We look forward to offering orthopedic care to you and your entire community that makes a difference in your day-to-day life.