Finding the Best Treatment For You


Pain is a complicated condition that is different for everyone. That’s why we take the time to understand your needs and help you find relief.

Your individualized treatment plan will focus on the best way to treat your pain. Specializing in spinal pain therapies such as intradiscal platelet rich plasma (PRP) and prolotherapy treatment, we also offer a broad range of procedures to address your specific needs. From acupuncture to spinal cord stimulation, our therapies can help you find the relief you seek in a safe and comfortable environment with our attentive, skilled and caring staff.

Procedures We Specialize In

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This includes the placement of metal needles into the skin and muscles to relieve pain. Electrical stimulation may be applied to the needles. Read More

Originating in Asia centuries ago, acupuncture is the ancient practice of using thin needles at strategic points on the body to stimulate nerves, muscles and connective tissue for healing. It is used to relieve pain and discomfort by boosting your body’s natural painkillers and increasing blood flow.

Acupuncture is used to treat many types of pain including dental pain, fibromyalgia, lower back pain, neck pain and headaches, including tension and migraine headaches.

This includes the injection of steroid into the spinal canal to decrease inflammation and pain in the area of pinched nerves, ruptured discs or bone spurs. Read More

The injected steroid relieves inflammation and swelling to take pressure off of nerves and other soft tissue. The decreased pressure helps to relieve pain.

Epidural steroid injection is often used for pain that radiates from the lower spine to the hips or legs caused by lumbar spinal stenosis. Some patients may need to repeat the procedure up to three times for full benefits. Many patients experience significant relief from one injection.

Nerve blocks involve the injection of local anesthetics and/or steroid medication in the vicinity of nerves to decrease pain from an area of the body. These can be therapeutic or diagnostic. Read More

A nerve block procedure involves an injection of medication in or around a nerve. Nerve blocks numb the nerves that are touched by the drugs. This relieves pain by interrupting the pain signal sent by the nerves to the brain.

Therapeutic nerve blocks are used as treatment for pain. Along with numbing medication, steroid medication is also injected which can often provide long-term pain relief. Nerve blocks for chronic pain may work for 6 to 12 months. They may need to be repeated for maximum effect.

Diagnostic nerve blocks help determine sources of pain or further courses of action needed to achieve pain relief. The amount of immediate pain relief experienced helps to confirm or deny the joint as a source of pain.

This includes the injection of growth stimulants into painful and damaged, inflamed arthritic cells. This process can induce natural regeneration of ligaments, tendons and cartilage in joints. Read More

Some chronic joint pain is caused by a weakness in the ligaments and tendons that surround the joint. Prolotherapy can correct this underlying weakness. It involves injections of a safe dextrose solution into the affected area. Injecting the substance causes a reaction which stimulates a natural healing process and growth of new collagen and connective tissue.

Many conditions respond well to prolotherapy, such as degenerative disc disease, osteoarthritis, arthritis of the back and neck, whiplash, joint sprains, tennis elbow, sprains, chronic tendonitis, back pain and other musculoskeletal conditions. Multiple treatments at regular intervals encourage additional tissue growth to restore and strengthen the affected area. On average, it takes approximately six treatments to achieve effective pain relief.

This treatment involves the placement of a needle and probe near nerves to subject the nerves to heat or electrical current to decrease pain from those nerves. Read More

Radiofrequency treatment reduces pain by decreasing the pain signals the treated nerves transmit to the brain. Interruption of the pain signals allow the patient to experience relief from pain and discomfort in the treated area.

Radiofrequency treatment can be used to help patients with chronic lower back and neck pain or arthritis. Depending on the cause and location of pain, the degree of pain relief achieved with radiofrequency treatment varies. Pain relief can last from 6 to 12 months.

Spinal cord stimulation begins with the placement of a wire electrode into the spinal canal and overlying the spinal cord. The electrode can then deliver electrical impulses to the Read More

spinal cord which should result in decreased pain. Spinal cord stimulation also involves the placement of a tiny programmable generator to emit the electrical currents to the spinal column. The electrical current delivered through spinal cord stimulation competes with the transmission of pain signals to help alleviate pain. The stimulation creates a pleasant, tingling sensation that blocks the brain’s ability to sense the previously perceived pain. The generator allows remote control and adjustment of the stimulation.

Spinal cord stimulation is often beneficial for patients with chronic back, limb or neck pain, peripheral nerve injury or neuropathy.

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