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Over 20 percent of Americans have some sort of chronic pain. At first, it may seem like something you can deal with on your own, but over time it can worsen and seriously interfere with your ability to live your life. Dr. Rozenberg specializes in treating different types of pain without the need for surgery or drugs. If you suffer from discomfort that keeps coming back or never goes away, call The Spine and Disc Center for an appointment.

Chronic Pain

The term chronic pain can be applied to any sort of pain that lasts more than 3 months. There are several possible causes of chronic pain. Obviously, it can result from an injury, but it can also be a sign of arthritis, post-surgical trauma, and countless other conditions. No matter the cause, it can prevent you from sleeping properly, affect your mood, and get in the way of your job or social life. Dr. Rozenberg can diagnose the nature of your chronic pain and help you explore various popular solutions.

Back Pain

Upper and lower back pain often occurs due to poor posture or injuries. One common cause is a slipped or herniated disc in the spine, which occurs when the tough outer portion of the spinal disc is injured or worn out, making it bulge out from the vertebrae. This and other types of back pain can often be treated non-invasively with spinal decompression, which involves intermittently stretching and relaxing the spine.

Knee Pain

Knee pain can result from various causes, including overuse injuries, degenerative joint diseases, and traumatic injuries. When knee pain occurs, it can limit a person’s ability to participate in activities they enjoy. To make matters worse, the knee is a weight-bearing joint, so when it hurts, it can make it difficult to walk, climb stairs, or even stand for long periods. We offer numerous non-surgical knee pain treatments to alleviate pain and improve function, including knee decompression, physical therapy, and laser therapy.

Neck Pain

Most people will experience neck pain at some point in their lives. Neck pain can be caused by several factors, including poor posture, muscle strain, and injuries. Symptoms of neck pain can include stiffness, tenderness, and headaches. You may also suffer neck pain from sudden injuries or trauma, such as whiplash after a car accident. We offer numerous non-surgical treatments for neck pain, including physical therapy, cold laser therapy, electroanalgesic pain management, and laser therapy, helping you overcome neck pain without opioids.

Pain Due to Trauma or Injury

Traumas and injuries don’t go away overnight. It can take quite a while to fully recover from the pain. That said, the discomfort should normally fade after a while. If you’re still experiencing significant pain after a few weeks, you should make an appointment at Spinatomy as soon as possible. We can diagnose the issue and put together a pain management plan based on your unique needs; sometimes, you only need a conservative form of therapy, and in other cases, a more advanced treatment might be required.

Sciatic Nerve Pain

If you’re experiencing sciatic nerve pain, you’re not alone. Sciatic nerve pain, or sciatica, occurs when the sciatic nerve is compressed. This can happen due to a herniated disc, bone spur, or spinal stenosis. Sciatica is characterized by pain that starts in the lower back and radiates through the buttocks and down the legs. The pain can vary from dull and achy to sharp and intense. Sciatica can make it difficult to walk, stand, or even sit. We offer non-surgical, non-opioid, and non-invasive treatments to address the root cause of sciatica.

Neuropathic Pain

Peripheral neuropathy can describe any type of nerve damage, although it most commonly refers to weakness, numbness, and pain in the feet. This type of pain is often accompanied by balance issues and digestive problems. Various diseases can lead to peripheral neuropathy. We have several ways to treat this condition.

One possible solution is electroanalgesia. It involves stimulating the peripheral nerves with electricity to block them from sending pain signals to the brain. This helps you find relief and encourages the nerve cells to heal. Contact us for more information.

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