Pain Treatments

Diagnostic Consultations

It is important to understand that phenomenon of pain is a complex medical issue. Diagnostics…

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Discography, also called a “discogram” is an invasive diagnostic test that helps your doctor examine…

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Dorsal Root Ganglion

The dorsal root ganglion (DRG) is a bundle of nerves in the spine. The main…

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Epidural Injections

The epidural space is a space that exists in the spine within the spinal canal….

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Facet Joint Injection

The vertebral bones are connected by discs on the front part of the spine. Along…

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Genicular Nerve Block and Radiofrequency Ablation (GNRFA)

Chronic knee pain, due to various reasons, plagues millions of people. Sometimes prescribed medications help,…

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Joint Injections

Joint pain of any kind interferes with a person’s lifestyle and can become debilitating when…

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Musculoskeletal (MSK) Ultrasound

An ultrasound scan is a diagnostic procedure in which high-frequency sound waves are used to…

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Pain Pump, Targeted Drug Delivery for Chronic Back Pain

Targeted Drug Delivery (TDD) or Pain Pump is a safe, proven, and effective treatment option…

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Platelet Rich Plasma

What Is Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy? Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is plasma protein derived from the…

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Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)

Rhizotomy or radiofrequency ablation is a surgical procedure that destroys problematic nerve roots that carry…

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Sacroiliac joint injection

What is a sacroiliac joint injection? A sacroiliac (SI) joint injection is a treatment to…

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Selective Nerve Blocks

What is lumbar selective nerve root block? A number of conditions can contribute to significant…

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Spinal Cord Stimulation

Spinal cord stimulation is an invasive procedure that is used for nerve pain due to…

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Trigger point Injections

What are trigger point injections? Myofascial trigger points are tender points in muscles, which involve the…

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Vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty are mini-invasive procedures that are performed for painful progressive vertebral compression fractures…

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There are several ways to classify pain, the easiest one and the most understandable include acute, chronic and complex types of pain.

Acute pain starts suddenly and lasts no longer than six months. It occurs when some tissues are damaged and nervous system is “informing” the brain about it. If there are no reasons any more – this pain goes away.

Chronic pain occurs when the nervous system is “active” for a long time (more than six months) and it could continue even when the illness or injury that caused it has healed. Often this pain starts as acute and continues as a chronic later. However, in some cases, there could be no clear reason for the pain.

Chronic pain is harder to cure and could become a major personal problem for a very long time, even during many years. There are many kinds of chronic pain according to anatomical, etiological and other principles. So nowadays doctors more often unite them into chronic pain syndrome that is one of the most serious problems in adults. Chronic pain leads to many problems in patients, such as insomnia, reduced activities, bad mood, exhaustion etc. So many people are searching for the best choice to fight this condition and it’s a real challenge for health care providers.

Chronic pain syndrome treatment methods vary and depend on the cause and affected part of the body. Extremely relevant problem is back pain, because of the modern lifestyle. Spine pain treatment has its specificities in each part of the spine and that’s why medical technique should be chosen very individually.

Nowadays range of therapeutic approaches allows finding the right individual variant for every person, who is suffering from a chronic pain syndrome. Pain relief, and separately spine pain relief, could change the quality of patients life a lot.