We Treat Many Pain-Related Conditions

Call the Pain and Rehabilitation Medical Group today to schedule a consultation and discuss your treatment options. It’s your first step in returning to a pain-free existence.

Spinal Pain

Millions of Americans are affected by spinal pain every year. The spine is a very complicated biomechanic structure, and various components of the spine are capable of generating pain. Our team of experts will pinpoint the pain generator in your spine and start you on a road to recovery.

Intevertebral Disc Disease

The intevertebral disc site between two vertebrae provides a cushion and allows range of motion to the spine. The disc can produce back pain through acute injury such as annular tears of herniation, or by more insidious processes of disc degeneration. We have the ability to diagnose and treat most types of disc problems, allowing you to return to a pain-free and active life.

Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is a condition in which there is narrowing of the spinal canal. This produces pressure and irritation of the contents of the spinal canal, including the spinal nerves. Various techniques perfected by our doctors can ease the pressure produced by spinal stenosis and thus relieve the unrelenting pain.

Facet Joint Pain

Facet joint arthritis or inflammation causes persistent back pain, which is becoming increasingly prevalent in our active and dynamic society. Various treatment options exist to eliminate the pain and rehabilitate the spine for people with facet joint disease. We Treat Many Pain-related Conditions.

Radicular Pain

Injury or irritation of spinal nerve roots can cause radicular pain. This occurs most frequently in the cervical spine (radiating arm pain) and in the lumbar spine (radiating leg pain or sciatica). These problems can usually be successfully treated without surgery.

Vertebral Compression Fracture

Vertebral compression fractures occur when there is collapse of a vertebral body leading to severe back pain. Compression fractures are usually the result of osteoparosis. We have experts who can accurately diagnose compression fractures, as well as provide techniques to stabilize the fracture and end the disabling pain.

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome

Patients who have had one or more major back surgeries are at risk of suffering from chronic pain, leading to failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS). This complicated condition can be managed successfully by our multidisciplinary team of specialists.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic pain condition which is mediated through the sympathetic nervous system. It can lead to a distinctive constellation of pain and symptoms which frequently lead to severe disability. Our multidisciplinary team of specialists can effectively manage and rehabilitate persons suffering from this problem.

Post Herpetic Neuralgia

Post herpetic neuralgia is a condition which frequently develops after an outbreak of shingles. It is caused by chronic inflammation and irritation of a spinal nerve dorsal root ganglion (DRG), and it produces severe, unrelenting pain. Prompt recognition and effective treatment of this problem can restore a better quality of life.

Neuropathic Pain

Neuropathic pain is generated by injury or disease which affects the peripheral nervous system. Neuropathic pain is frequently refractory to conventional pain medicines. Our team of experts can provide a precise diagnosis and effective management of this difficult pain problem.

Myofascial Pain

Myofascial pain is caused by persistent inflammation of muscle and adjacent fibrous connective tissue. The severe and chronic pain can lead to associated muscle atrophy, weakness and disability. Our multidisciplinary team can manage this condition and return you to an active and vibrant lifestyle.

Cancer Pain

Cancer is a devastating disease which often also causes severe pain. Our team of experts can provide medications, control of associated symptoms, rehabilitation, and to more interventional modalities.

Call the Pain and Rehabilitation Medical Group today to schedule a consultation and discuss your treatment options. It’s your first step in returning to a pain-free existence.