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Nonemergency Back Pain Treatment Available Daily at Our Walk-In Clinics in Vintage Park & Magnolia, TX

Rear view of male medical practitioner examining a young adult male for back pain, with one hand on the patient's shoulder and the other mid-torsoFew people will get through life without experiencing back pain. In fact, according to the National Institutes of Health, about 80% of Americans have chronic or occasional back pain. For many types of back pain, urgent care treatment is an appropriate, convenient, and affordable level of health care. Medella Urgent Care is pleased to offer fast, reliable back pain treatment to many Texas residents and visitors at our walk-in clinics in Vintage Park and Magnolia, Texas.

We’re open seven days a week, and we don’t require appointments. However, you can use our convenient online check-in service to book a time for your visit if you wish.

When to Seek Back Pain Treatment at Medella Urgent Care

If you have ongoing or intermittent back pain that doesn’t ease after you rest and take over-the-counter pain medication, it’s a good idea to consult with one of our highly qualified medical practitioners. We can evaluate your symptoms, and we may be able to prescribe medication that will relieve them and help you sleep better. Our walk-in clinic is also equipped to provide digital X-ray services, which can help our staff diagnose the cause of your back pain and provide you with an effective treatment plan.

In some cases, we may identify serious neck or back conditions that require emergency medical attention, or we may be able to help you cope with your back pain until you can get an appointment with a specialist.

Although every patient with back pain is unique, it’s generally a good idea to visit Medella Urgent Care if you have any of these symptoms:

  • Back pain accompanied by nausea and/or vomiting
  • Pain that travels from your back down the hip and leg
  • Back pain that becomes severe when you cough, twist your torso, or bend forward or backward

You should call 911 or head to an emergency room if you lose sensation in the lower part of your body, or you can’t walk, stand, or control your bladder or bowel movements. These symptoms can be signs of a serious spine condition that requires emergency treatment.

For more information about the back pain treatment available to walk-in patients at Medella Urgent Care locations in Vintage Park and Magnolia, contact us today.