Back Pain Relief

Whether you’ve experienced an injury, you have arthritis, or you’re suffering from muscle or ligament strains, a variety of conditions and situations can cause bothersome back pain. Not only does this pain interfere with your everyday lifestyle, but it can also get worse over time if left untreated.

There are three main classifications of back pain which are determined by the length of time that the pain endures: acute (less than a month), subacute (between one and three months), and chronic (over three months). It can occur in any of four specific areas: neck, upper back, lower back, and tailbone. Common causes of back pain include exercise injuries, muscle spasms, accident trauma, osteoporosis, arthritis, herniated discs, and stress. It can also stem from a serious condition like cancer or major problem like an infection or fractured vertebrae. Frequently, however, back pain cannot be attributed to a specific underlying cause. Anytime you experience pain for longer than three days, it's recommended to see a physician.

There is a solution to your back pain! The friendly professionals at Elite Integrated Therapy Centers offer tailored physical therapy services to help manage and treat your back pain. It’s affordable, safe, and takes care of the root of the problem. We create a physical therapy plan that addresses your specific needs, depending on your diagnosis.

Elite Integrated Therapy Centers offers physical therapy for our clients in Greenville, SC; Anderson, SC; Spartanburg, SC; and the surrounding communities. It’s our goal to see you as soon as possible so we can get you on the road toward recovery. We’ll get to know what you’re comfortable with and provide you with a completely personalized experience.

Based on the severity of your condition, your time with us could be for the short- or long-term. That’s why it’s important for us to establish a trusting, professional relationship from the very beginning.

Let us get to the bottom of your back pain! Give us a call today to schedule your initial physical therapy session.