Ready to feel your absolute best? Pain isn’t something you should have to live with any more. We offer comprehensive treatments. If you want to view our services such as: Chiropractor, Acupuncture, Massage Therapy, Physical Therapy, please view the corresponding pages, call us and/or use the consultation request form.

For other treatments using cutting edge technology and pain blocking injections please view below:

  • Micro-Vas Therapy

    This pain free, 15 minute treatment is commonly used in patients experiencing neuropathy. Neuropathy can be caused by a wide variety of different reasons including diabetes, chemotherapy, or genetic predisposition. Neuropathy may present as burning, tingling, or numbness in their legs, hands or feet. Electrodes are placed on the affected areas and turned to a comfortable level increased velocity of blood flow into the extremities while stimulating nerve fibers and reducing numbness and pain caused by neuropathy. This treatment creates an optimal environment for blood flow down the legs and feet and promotes nerve healing and increases sensation.

  • Spinal Decompression

    This non-surgical decompression therapy is used to treat conditions that result in chronic back pain such as disc bulges, disc herniations, sciatica, and spinal stenosis. This safe and effective technique uses an adjustable table and a pelvic harness aimed at alleviating pressure in the spine. This natural decompression of the spine can re-absorb spinal discs alleviating pressure on nerves in the spine. Through stretching at different angles dependent on the location and presentation of the patients’ pain, we are able to pinpoint exactly which spinal segments need to be decompressed. This is a comfortable, 15 minute treatment procedure and is shown to greatly reduce low back pain. Call now to schedule an appointment!

  • Discography

    An evidence based diagnostic measure used under a fluoroscopy machine to ensure exact precision. Here, a contrast dye is placed into a specific spinal disc in order to pinpoint exact causes of low back pain specific to discal injury. Discography imaging will be able to tell you the precise location and cause of why you are having back pain.

  • Diagnostic Ultrasound

    Soundwaves are used in order to create in image of the muscle, tendon, and bone in order to find a definitive cause of patient’s pain and whether bony or musculotendinous structures have been compromised. Our pain management physicians use this method to diagnose a wide variety of injuries such as rotator cuff tears, muscle strains, and ligament sprains.

  • EMG

    This diagnostic procedure assesses quality of nerve conduction to muscle and the electrical activity that takes place within the muscle when contracted. This tool will provide tell you whether damage has occurred to your nerves or within the muscles themselves so you know exactly why you might be experiencing pain or muscle weakness.

  • Nerve Conduction Studies

    Commonly used for carpal tunnel, neuropathy, and radiculopathies, this diagnostic test is used to measure quality of nerve conduction. Nerve conduction studies or (NCV’s) pinpoint whether nerves are sending effective signals towards or away from the brain out to the body. This knowledge will provide insight for our Doctors as to where pain is coming from and tells us exactly how it should be treated to provide relief.

  • Epidural

    Epidural injections have been proven effective in treating patients with nonspecific low back pain, spinal stenosis, or lumbar radiculopathies. This commonly used treatment method uses a steroid injection into the dura mater outside the spinal cord in order to decrease swelling and inflammation around the spine providing relief for vulnerable structures nearby, in turn, eliminating pain. This method takes less than 10 minutes to be administered.

  • Trigger Point Injection

    A pain free treatment method used to alleviate pain caused by muscular tension under the skin likely due to stress and overuse. This quick procedure eliminates knots in muscle by using a needle that is placed into the “trigger point” of the muscle. A light anesthetic is injected into the muscle, getting rid of knots and tenderness in muscle and providing lasting relief.

  • Facet Joint Injection

    This quick and effecting treatment method is done under fluoroscopy where a needle is injected into a common site of pain and irritation where two spinal vertebrae meet. A very mild steroid is injected into this joint during this 10 minute procedure. This method has been shows to decrease pain and inflammation commonly associated with low back pain.

  • Sacroiliac Joint Injection

    This often overlooked joint that connects the pelvic bones to the tail bone is a common site of low back pain. An anesthetic is injected between where the tail bone and the pelvic bone meet aimed at alleviating a common site of lower back pain. This treatment can take effect minutes to hours after administered.

  • Prolotherapy

    Prolotherapy, which is also known as proliferation therapy or regenerative injection therapy, is an alternative medicine treatment used in our office for multiple reasons. The injection consists of a variety of solutions into a joint space, ligaments, or tendon insertion in an effort to alleviate pain or address ligament laxity.

  • Piriformis Injection

    A commonly used treatment method used to relieve patients of “sciatica” pain. Often the piriformis muscle can become inflamed and press on the sciatic nerve that runs down the back of the leg. A light anesthetic injection is placed into the portion of the piriformis muscle that sits just above the sciatic nerve in order to rid patients of their low back pain and radiating symptoms.

  • Spinal Nerve Blocks

    Often, spinal nerves become compressed just as they exit the spinal cord for a variety of different reasons and cause low back pain. A spinal nerve block uses an anesthetic to decrease pain and inflammation caused by spinal nerve irritation likely due to disc bulges, herniation, or spinal stenosis.

  • Radiofrequency Ablation

    A radiofrequency device is used to heat and stimulate specific nerves in order to “ablate” or destroy the nerve’s communication to the brain and how pain is interpreted. The nerve will not be affected at all and pain relief is usually achieved immediately after the treatment is administered.

  • PRP Injection Therapy

    Platelet Rich Plasma therapy is an emerging treatment approach that uses your own platelet and oxygen rich blood into your painful muscle, tendon, or ligament. This has been shown to hasten the healing process while repairing and rebuilding injured structures quickly and getting you back to your activities of daily living more quickly. Come see our specialized Physician for a consult today.

  • Cold Laser Therapy

    Ultraviolet light is directed to the skin and absorbed by the tissue below in order to increase the amount of blood that goes into the area. This has been shows to expedite the healing process for injured muscles, tendons, and ligaments. It may also be used for a variety of skin disorders including psoriasis.

  • Spinal Cord Stimulators

    Electrical impulses are used in order to block how the brain interprets pain and has been proven to relieve patients’ pain when other conservative methods have failed. This treatment method uses an epidural needle that is placed just outside the spinal cord and leads connected to a stimulator blocking patient’s pain, permanently. Call today to see if you are a candidate!

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