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  • Spinal Anatomy and What Can Go Wrong

    Spinal Anatomy and What Can Go Wrong

    This top-to-bottom guide gives an overview of spinal anatomy and the potential problems that can cause pain. Understanding your spine's anatomy and inner workings can help you better manage neck or back pain. Your spine is mostly comprised of 3 general regions:
    1. The cervical spine contains 7 vertebral bones that run from the base of the skull down through your neck. This region of the spine has a natural inward curve (toward the front of the body), called a lordotic curve. It supports the head above and is relatively mobile, which also makes it more prone to injury. 2. The thoracic spine contains 12 vertebral bones, with the top 10 solidly connected to the rib cage and the bottom 2 connected to floating ribs.

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  • Pain Management: Shoulder Pain

    Pain Management: Shoulder Pain

    You never realize how much you use your shoulders every day until one of them starts hurting. Shoulder pain can surface because of issues with the shoulder joint or from muscles, ligaments, and tendons surrounding it. Shoulder pain might get worse as you move your arm or shoulder, like lifting a box, doing yard work, or even swinging a tennis racket. Our physician will thoroughly examine patients experiencing arm pain and assess all symptoms before offering several forms of non-surgical treatment.

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  • Therapies That May Help You Avoid Surgery

    Therapies That May Help You Avoid Surgery

    If you’ve been hobbled by pain, you’ll do almost anything to find relief, but perhaps not surgery if you can avoid it. While surgical solutions have come a long way, they certainly aren’t the only options available to you. Our pain management specialist understands that there’s no one-size-fits-all solution for pain. In an effort to provide our patients with options they can feel comfortable with, we offer the latest evidence-based, nonsurgical therapies available. Here's a look at five such therapies, which may be able to help you avoid surgery.

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  • 3 Pointers for Traveling with Sciatica

    3 Pointers for Traveling with Sciatica

    When you have sciatica, travel can be a daunting and painful experience. Whether it is for work or family, long car and plane rides are sometimes unavoidable. Here are 3 useful pointers to help manage your sciatica when traveling long distances:
    1. Pack Smart and Minimize Lifting - Heavy luggage can place a large working load on your lower back, which in turn may provoke sciatica in your back and/or leg.

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  • Pain Management: Sciatica

    Pain Management: Sciatica

    Pain Associated with The Sciatic Nerve Which Runs from The Lower Back, Down the Back of The Legs to The Feet. Pain and numbness run from the lower back or buttocks and down the back of the leg. Sciatica can affect both sides of the body or just one side.
    Causes - Don’t be fooled by the term, “sciatica” most often does not involve damage to the sciatic nerve. Rather, the pattern of pain in the back of the leg is most often caused by irritation of the spinal nerves. The spinal nerves can be compressed by narrowing in the spine, known as lumbar stenosis, or inflamed by disc material that has bulged or herniated near the nerve, known as a disc herniation.

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  • Who Is Eligible for Ketamine Infusion Therapy?

    Who Is Eligible for Ketamine Infusion Therapy?

    Every day is a battle to gain the upper hand on your pain and you’re tired of the lack of meaningful results. Or perhaps you’re dealing with major depressive disorder and you feel hope is running out. These are just two instances in which ketamine infusion therapy is providing much-needed help for those who are feeling helpless.

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  • Exercise for Better Back Health

    Exercise for Better Back Health

    You might be surprised to learn that exercise is part of almost every treatment plan for lower back pain. Movement is key to the long-term relief of back pain. The good news is that there is such a variety of exercise and fitness options that many people are able to find something that is enjoyable and effective. Here is a rundown of how exercise can benefit your back health and reduce pain.

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  • Pain Management: Rotator Cuff Syndrome

    Pain Management: Rotator Cuff Syndrome

    Treatment for Shoulder Pain - If you are experiencing shoulder pain or stiffness, the most likely culprit is the rotator cuff. This is the most common cause of shoulder injuries for adults. While many aches and pains are more common for athletes, rotator cuff injuries are known for impacting people from all walks of life. You never realize just how much you use your shoulders on a day-to-day basis until one of them starts hurting. Rotator cuff syndrome can seriously impact your life and possibly prevent you from doing your job. Take the time to get it fixed now before it gets worse.

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  • Why Does Cancer Cause Pain and What to Do About It?

    Why Does Cancer Cause Pain and What to Do About It?

    There’s much we still don’t entirely understand about cancer, but we do know that there’s an undeniable relationship between this disease and pain, though not in all cases. The fact is that there are more than 100 different types of cancer and not all of them cause pain. It can range from mild to severe when there is pain, but the good news is that there are avenues for relief. Here’s a look at why some cancers cause pain and what we can do to help you find relief.

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  • How Cervical Stenosis with Myelopathy Affects Your Body

    How Cervical Stenosis with Myelopathy Affects Your Body

    Cervical spinal stenosis occurs when one or more bony openings (foramina) within the neck begin to narrow and reduce space for the nerves and/or spinal cord. While rare, cervical stenosis can progress to the point of causing spinal cord compression that results in neurological deficits, called myelopathy. Here’s how this condition can cause numbness, weakness, lack of coordination, pain, and other effects on the body.

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