Treatments by Type of Pain
Chronic pain is a broad term that usually refers to how long the pain has been present. This type of pain causes the patient to become more sensitive to other pains over time. It is imperative that a well-rounded logical approach be used to treat the whole person.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is a difficult condition to live with and the sooner you address it the better. We specialize in treating this condition with sympathetic blocks, spinal cord stimulators, education, and referrals for desensitization and fluidotherapy.
Compression fractures happen for different reasons such as osteoporosis, injuries, and cancer. Kyphoplasty or vertebral augmentation procedures entail inserting a hollow needle into a fractured bone and administering a bone cement (called polymethylmethacrylate) to heal the fracture. People often get immediate relief.
Headaches are a multifaceted pain condition that requires listening carefully to a patient’s history to understand. We offer medications, therapy plans, and Botox depending on the particular patient.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is a specialty with a strong foundation in injury rehabilitation. We utilize a wholistic approach when looking at the athlete which includes a sport specific evaluation and treatment protocol to help recover from injuries faster and maximize performance.
Joint pain can come from acute or chronic causes. Each joint in the body is uniquely affected by different activities and lifestyles. We tailor our treatment approach to your particular joint complaint and utilize exercise recommendations, steroids, visco-supplementation, prolotherapy, and regenerative medicine.
Neck / Back Pain & Pinched Nerve Pain
Back and neck pain can be very debilitating and bring normal life to a halt. We understand the complexity of spine pain and do a thorough evaluation so we can target the cause of your pain. The most common treatments techniques include epidural steroid injections, facet joint radiofrequency ablation, spinal cord stimulation, and vertebral augmentation.
Regenerative Medicine - Coming Soon
The field of regenerative medicine refers to the process of replacing or regenerating human cells or tissues to restore or establish normal function. We use cells harvested from your own body and reintroduce them to an injured area in the hopes of stimulating the body’s own repair mechanisms to heal or replace damaged or injured tissue.