The following is a partial list of the pain we treat:
Pressure on a nerve root in your neck is called cervical radiculopathy. Symptoms of cervical radiculopathy include:
Pain around the coccyx.
Arthritis refers to a group of disorders that involve the body’s joints and have similar symptoms, including pain, stiffness, and swelling. Learn more here.
Discs that bulge and press on nerves and/or spinal cord Learn more here.
A bursa is a closed, fluid-filled sac that functions as a cushion and gliding surface to reduce friction between tissues of the body. When the bursa becomes inflamed, the condition is known as bursitis. Also called trochanteric bursitis, hip bursitis is often the result of injury, overuse, spinal abnormalities, arthritis, or surgery.
Pressure on a nerve root in your lower back is called lumbar radiculopathy. One cause of radiculopathy is a herniated disk. Soft disks act as cushions between your vertebrae. On occasion, these disks slip out of place or become damaged and press on nerves. This is sometimes called a pinched nerve or a slipped disk. Symptoms of lumbar radiculopathy include: A sharp pain in the back that may travel all the way to your foot—pain may become worse with certain activities like sitting or coughing Numbness of the skin in areas of the leg or foot Weakness in the leg. See more.
Cancer that has spread from the place in which it started to other parts of the body.
A condition that is marked by a decrease in bone mass and density, causing bones to become fragile.