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Trigger Point Injections

Ever feel like you have “knots” in your neck or back? This may be due to hyperirritable spots found in your skeletal muscles known as Trigger Points.
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Joint Injections

Joint pain is common and increases with age as a result of conditions like arthritis, injury, degeneration, or prolonged use.  The joint becomes inflamed, thus causing pain.
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SI Joint Injections

SI (sacroiliac) joints are two important joints found in the pelvis.  They sit on each side of your spine, and carry the weight of your upper body during standing and walking.  As a result, they undergo a large amount of stress.
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Facet Joint Injections

Facet Joint Syndrome is a condition of the spine that causes neck and back pain. Each vertebra of the spine contains two facet joints that are cartilage filled, allowing gliding and sliding of vertebrae during movement.
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Epidural Injections

Do you have back, neck, leg, or arm pain? It may be due to inflammation or swelling at specific nerve sites. You may have a “pinched nerve”. The passage way where your nerves travel may become narrowed over time, and cause compression.
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Rhizotomy (RFA/Ablation)

When your back pain is a result of facet joints, facet joint injections are the first step. When your pain is relieved by 80% with facet joint injections, a Rhizotomy may be an option for long-term relief.
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Mild Procedure

A Mild procedure is used to treat patients who are diagnosed with lumbar spinal stenosis and who have failed conservative treatment (NSAIDS, physical therapy, and injections).
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Vertiflex

Ever notice yourself leaning over the grocery cart when shopping to relieve your back pain? Do your legs become weak and “give out”? This is a common symptom of spinal stensosis.
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Neurostimulation

Chronic pain suffers now have an option of pain relief without oral medication. Neurostimulation provides relief to targeted areas by disrupting pain signals that travel from the spinal cord to the brain.
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Intrathecal Therapy

When conventional therapies have not relieved your pain, intrathecal pain therapy can provide pain relief directly into the spinal fluid. A small internal pump is used to deliver precise medication doses to relieve chronic back pain.
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