We suggest you to call us to set up an appointment if you are experiencing any of the following conditions:
Lower Back Pain: Short term, or acute lower back pain will typically last for a few weeks at the most, but it can be very inconvenient and uncomfortable.
Neck Pain: Like every other muscle in your body, the muscles in your neck can be overworked and get strained over time.
Headache & Migraine: Many people view headaches as a regular part of life, and don’t see them as a big issue. However, chronic headaches can be a sign of bigger issues that you should address.
Cancer Pain: Cancer is an extremely devastating and life altering disease. Aside from the emotional toll it can take on you, the physical pain you are forced to endure can seem unbearable at times.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS): Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome (RSD). This condition is a chronic progressive disease and the symptoms can include swelling, pain, and changes in your skin.
Firbromyaliga: Fibromyalgia is a disorder that affects around 1 in 50 Americans. It is characterized by pain in the muscles and fatigue. Patients who have fibromyalgia also have certain spots on their body that are extremely painful when pressed or whenever pressure is applied to them.
Arthritis: Arthritis is a common condition that is caused by inflammation in your joints. There are a variety of different types of arthritis, and some cases are more severe than others.
Workers' Compensation: Many patients who have been in accidents or developed injuries have a number of symptoms that need to be evaluated and treated.
Other Symptoms We Treat:
- Acute Herpes Zoster, Shingles and Post-Herptic Neuralgia
- Chest Wall Pain
- Pain Associated with Trauma
- Pain Associated with Nerve Injuries
- Pain Associated with Surgical Incisions
- Peripheral Entrapment Neuropathies & Neuromas
- Post- Laminectomy Syndrome/ Arachnoiditis
- Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, RSD,
- Stump and Phantom Limb Pain
- Sympathetically Mediated Pain