Back Pain

Pregnancy is supposed to be a joyous time, but many women don’t feel that way. That’s because they’re gaining an extra 20–30 pounds (or more!), which is putting all this stress on the back. Back pain during pregnancy is actually quite common, with 50%* of all expectant mothers experiencing back pain to some degree. Ten percent of pregnant women experience...

Many people struggle with osteoporosis, which causes bones to become brittle and weaken. Due to the weakening of the bones, fractures are quite common. In many cases, fractures occur in the spine. These are most commonly referred to as spinal compression fractures, although they are also called osteoporotic fractures and vertebral fractures. Spinal compression fractures cause significant back pain for patients....

If you have constant pain in the lower back, you may have a condition called degenerative disc disease. This may seem scary, but the good news is that the pain can be managed without surgery. Degenerative disc disease is often caused by wear and tear or an injury to the lower back. It is actually more common than you think. Among...

We’ve all experienced pain at some point. Most of the pain we experience goes away rather quickly. Unfortunately, however, many people suffer from chronic pain. Chronic pain happens after an injury and continues for at least six months. Some people deal with chronic pain for many years. It can affect you physically and emotionally, but the good news is that...

We’ve all experienced pain from time to time – a fall onto the ground, a burn from a hot pot, a major headache, a stubbed toe, even a paper cut. It’s normal to have pain when you’ve injured yourself. That’s your body’s way of telling you someone if wrong. But if your injury has healed and you’re still experiencing pain...

If you have osteoporosis, it’s important to be gentle with your body. Osteoporosis makes bones brittle and fragile, increasing the possibility of compression fractures and cracked vertebrae. These cracked bones often heal on their own within three months. In some cases, however, the healing process takes a little longer and causes significant back pain. The good news is that there...

If you have tried for years to alleviate pain in your back, neck, nerves, and joints, it’s time for a long-term solution. Medications don’t work because they don’t treat the root cause of the pain. Surgery is very risky and can hurt you more than it can help you. We also invite you to learn more about Dr. Nikesh Seth and...

In the past, the only two options available for pain relief were medications and surgery. Medical advances have brought about many innovative pain treatments that are minimally invasive but work even better than surgery. The future of pain relief is here, and it has helped thousands of people find long-term relief for their acute or chronic pain in various parts of...

When many people think of injections, they imagine vaccinations. However, shots do more than preventing illness. The medical community, including the team at Integrated Pain Consultants, is also increasingly using injections to help diagnose and treat pain in some regions of the body. Many doctors and pain specialists use injections such as epidurals, medial branch blocks and sympathetic blocks to...

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