Do You Suffer from Lower Back Pain?
Are you suffering from chronic low back pain (CLBP) caused by an injury or stress on the tissues surrounding your spine? At Pacific Sports & Spine, we specialize in diagnosing and treating mechanical chronic low back pain. Mechanical chronic low back pain results from an injury or stress on the tissues surrounding the spine. This includes soft tissues, muscles, bones, and joints. Oftentimes, this type of pain is due to impaired neuromuscular control and neural inhibition of the multifidus, which is the largest stabilizing muscle in your back.
Watch Mainstay Medical’s informative video to gain insights into neuromuscular control, proprioception, and the importance of the multifidus muscle in providing spinal stability.
What is Mechanical Chronic Low Back Pain?
Mechanical chronic low back pain results from an injury or stress on the tissues surrounding the spine. This includes soft tissues, muscles, bones, and joints. This type of pain is often due to impaired muscle control and neural inhibition of the multifidus, the largest stabilizing muscle in your back. When this neuromuscular inhibition occurs, there can be a misalignment of the spine, causing uncontrolled loading and pains.
ReActiv8 overcomes neural inhibition and allows the body to regain control of the multifidus. This provides functional lumbar stability and reduces mechanically based pain.
What is ReActiv8?
- A generator is connected to two electrical leads, which are positioned to stimulate the nerves that control your multifidus muscle.
- You control your twice-daily, 30-minute therapy sessions, which can feel like a deep tissue massage.
Is ReActiv8 Right for You?
✔️ Have experienced back pain for more than 3 months
✔️ Back pain is worse than leg pain
✔️ Physical Therapy and medications have not provided relief
✔️ Ask our physicians if you have multifidus dysfunction
Treat the Cause, Not just the Symptoms
Now you may be able to address your CLBP with ReActiv8, a new and unique restorative therapy that stimulates the nerves of the muscle directly responsible for stabilizing your lumbar spine.