Back Pain Relief

Non-surgical & Surgical Back Pain Relief

Few symptoms can seem quite so debilitating as back pain. Whether you're experiencing this problem up near your rib cage or down toward the base of your spine, you may feel that you can't work, drive, sleep, play sports, or get any enjoyment out of your life.

Here Coastal Neurosurgery & Spine, our expert back pain doctors in and professional medical team can diagnose your condition and offer a variety of back pain treatment therapies to help eliminate your pain.

Back pain can originate from a number of different causes, from acute injuries to chronic degenerative spinal problems. But you don't have to live in the constant shadow of agonizing upper, mid or lower back pain. We're here to help.

Upper Back Pain

Conditions Associated With Back Pain

Back pain is as common as it is distressing. Low back pain alone afflicts 4 out of 5 Americans at some point -- and at any given point, one-quarter of them will have endured this misery within the previous 3 months.

Why do our back doctors treat so many patients with this type of symptom? For one thing, your back is a complex mechanism that must support your upper-body weight while also allowing you to move freely. These functions call for muscles, tendons, ligaments, vertebral joints and spinal discs to work together flawlessly.

To complicate matters further, your spinal cord and major spinal nerve roots are closely surrounded by vertebral structures -- meaning that even a small deviation from these structures' normal position can cause serious problems.

Our back pain specialists treat chronic upper, mid and lower back pain associated with:

  • Disc herniation: A herniated disc can press against the major nerve roots, sending pain and other dysfunctional signals to the back or throughout the body. Thy are also extremely painful on their own because the inner disc material can irritate the sensitive outer casing as it spills out.
  • Sciatica: Nerve impingement from a herniated disc or spinal misalignment can cause shooting pain and other symptoms in your buttock or leg.
  • Arthritis: Age and other factors can cause the fact joints of the spine to develop arthritis.
  • Spondylolisthesis: In this painful chronic condition, one vertebra juts forward in relation to a neighboring vertebra.
  • Sports Injuries: Acute impacts or repetitive motion injuries can cause tendinitis, muscle strain, herniated discs and other problems.
  • Spinal Stenosis: In spinal stenosis, bone spurs or other abnormalities narrow the diameter of your spinal canal, causing nerve impingement.

Back Pain Treatment Options with Coastal Neurosurgery & Spine

Coastal Neurosurgery & Spine can help you resolve or at least manage your symptoms so you can return to your favorite activities. Our team can diagnose the specific cause of your pain through the use of X-rays, MRIs’ and other techniques, along with tests to determine whether you have nerve compression.

Our doctors will recommend specific alternative back pain treatment options before recommending surgery. Our therapies include:

  • Physical Therapy: Chronic back pain often responds to physical therapy. Strengthening and stretching exercises can heal injured tissues, increase muscular support, and help minimize stiffness.
  • Steroid Injections: Injection of steroid medications into a facet joint can reduce joint inflammation and arthritis pain.s
  • Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) :This procedure uses electricity to deaden an irritated nerve for extended back pain relief.
  • Minimally-Invasive back pain Robotic Surgery: Minimally-invasive back pain surgery with can prove highly effective for conditions such as pinched nerves and herniated discs, while also offering faster and easier recovery.
  • Spinal Fusion: This form of back pain surgery may be recommended for a severe or stubborn joint or disc issue. We can immobilize the joints in questions with metal hardware and/or bone grafts. Recovery may take up to 12 months, but the surgery can relieve up to 90 percent of the recipient's back pain.
  • Cervical Arthroplasty: Damaged or degenerated cervical discs can be replaced with artificial implants. This procedure is called total disc replacement or cervical arthroplasty.
  • Cervical Fusion Cervical spinal joint fusion doesn't permit the same freedom of motion as cervical arthroplasty, but it can provide permanent relief for nagging pain
After Your Appointment

Pain management is an ongoing journey which doesn't end the moment you exit your first appointment. Your Provider will recommend a specific number of treatment sessions over specific intervals of time; you must keep these appointments if you want to receive the full benefit of the treatments you're receiving. You must also follow your post-appointment instructions regarding medication, activity restrictions, exercises, and other practices to help you control your pain between visits. We are all about outcomes and results so working together on this path to a better you is. A Partnership we take seriously.

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Take Control Of Your Pain Through Education

Our goal is to improve and maintain your overall health by empowering you with an understanding of your condition and wellness plan. We know there is no such thing as one-size-fits-all cure, so we never use a one-size-fits-all approach to your diagnosis.

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