Back pain is undeniably one of the most frequent complaints that US doctors receive each year. Annually, up to 65 million Americans report a recent episode of back pain. Chronic back pain can limit some of your everyday activities and affect the quality of your life.

At ViscoGen™, we provide a non-surgical back pain program that offers quick and effective relief. Our advanced spinal decompression techniques for chronic and acute back pain (and neck pain) have been used successfully to treat hundreds of patients suffering from grueling back pain.

5 Symptoms of Back Pain to Watch

If you experience any of the flowing symptoms of back pain, you need a solution like ViscoGen™ for spinal decompression for lasting relief.

Sharp Pain

A sharp pain rather than a dull ache anywhere in the back could indicate a torn muscle or ligament. It could also signal a problem with an internal organ in your backside. Muscle strains are the leading causes of lower back pain and may occur when you tear a muscle or tendon. They may also be caused by injuries related to sporting activities and specific movements such as lifting heavy boxes.

Radiating Pain

Pain that moves or shoots to the glutes or legs may be indicative of a nerve compression condition. There are several possible causes of radiating back pain, including muscle or ligament strains, radiculopathy, fractures, infections, or sudden arthritis weakness in the legs.

Limb Weakness

Back pain accompanied by limb weakness can be attributed to compressed nerves in the spine caused by conditions like spinal stenosis or sciatica. Sciatic nerves typically extend from your lower back through the hips and butt and down your legs. If you experience sciatica pain, it will definitely affect your legs.


Incontinence is back pain paired with an inability to control your bladder or bowels. Incontinence may be a sign of severe nerve compression or other underlying condition. As the nerves are pinched, they cannot properly function and may result in the involuntary loss of urine or bowel. An existing spinal cord injury may also interrupt communication between your nerves in the spinal cord and brain, resulting in incontinence.

Saddle Anesthesia

Back pain paired with reduced sensation restricted to the area around the perineum, buttocks, back passage, and inner surfaces of the thighs could be due to spine-related injury cauda equina syndrome.

If you are looking for a non-surgical back pain treatment, ViscoGen™ could offer just the perfect solution. Our experienced medical team has been using our treatment protocols to help the patients in Orlando with knee pain and advanced spinal decompression for chronic and acute back pain (and neck pain) patients.

We also do nutritional guidance and offer support on supplements and everything about attaining optimal health. Contact us today for non-surgical back pain treatments that guarantee immediate relief and less downtime.