Definition & Symptoms
Back pain can be a symptom of many different illnesses and conditions. The main cause of the pain can be a problem with the back itself or by a problem in another part of the body. In many cases, doctors can’t find a cause for the pain. When a cause is found, common explanations include:
Stress or injury involving the back muscles, including back sprain or strain; chronic overload of back muscles caused by obesity; and short term overload of back muscles caused by any unusual stress, such as lifting or pregnancy
Disease or injury involving the back bones (vertebrae), including fracture from an accident or as a result of the bone-thinning disease osteoporosis
Degenerative arthritis, a “wear and tear” process that may be related to age, injury and genetic predisposition.
Disease or injury involving the spinal nerves, including nerve injury caused by a protruding disk (a fibrous cushion between vertebrae) or spinal stenosis (a narrowing of the spinal canal)
- Quick diagnosis
- Complex medical tests
- Early identification and intervention
- Treatment Plans
Treatment & Diagnosis
Non Surgical Treatments
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New Technology for Chronic Pain Suffers
Administering ultrasound guided joint, tendon, muscle and cartilage injections, is a non-invasive, non-ionizing interventional pain management modality that’s gaining popularity. The option provides direct visualization of soft tissues while offering real-time needle advancements without the risks of radiation. Doctors can diagnose soft tissue areas impacted by pain as they are administering steroid, platelet rich plasma, and stem cell injections. This diagnostic ability allows the provider to target the pain with greater precision. Ultrasound guided joint, tendon, muscle and cartilage injections offer an easier and more effective way to free patients from pain.
*Treatment options range from less invasive procedures such as Platelet Rich Plasma Injections, to more complex procedures such as Kyphoplasty, Percutaneous Disc Decompression, Spinal Cord Stimulators, and Programmable drug delivery system therapy. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.
Epidural Steroid Injections
Epidural steroid injection is a technique in which corticosteroids and a local anesthetic are injected into the epidural space around the spinal cord in an effort to improve spinal stenosis, spinal disc herniation, or both. It is of unclear benefit with a rare rate of major side effects.....
Nerve Root Injections
A nerve root injection assists in determining which nerve root is responsible for your leg or arm pain and may be used in an attempt to decrease the pain from an inflamed nerve...
Auricular Electrical Percutaneous Neurostimulation Therapy
Percutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (PENS) and percutaneous neuromodulation therapy (PNT) have been evaluated for the treatment of a variety of chronic musculoskeletal or neuropathic pain conditions including low back pain, neck pain, diabetic neuropathy, chronic headache, and surface hyperalgesia....
Spinal Cord Stimulation Therapy
Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is an innovative technology that addresses some of the most difficult pain problems experienced....