Where's My Pain

Foot & Ankle Pain
Causes may include fractures, torn ligaments, pinched nerves, complex regional pain syndrome, arthritis, inadequate circulation, blood clots, spinal nerve irritation or sciatica, spinal chord abnormalities, infection, cancer, etc. On-site Open MRI, CT scan, or X-rays may be used to diagnose the pain. Treatments may include rehabilitation with therapist, joint injections, medications, and/or infusions. Referrals for podiatric surgery are made when other treatments have failed or when considered necessary.
Knee Pain
Causes may include fractures, torn ligaments, pinched nerves, complex regional pain syndrome, arthritis, inadequate circulation, blood clots, spinal nerve irritation or sciatica, spinal chord abnormalities, infection, cancer, etc. On-site Open MRI, CT scan, or X-rays may be used to diagnose the pain. Treatments may include rehabilitation with therapist, joint injections, medications, and/or infusions. Referrals for orthopedic surgery are made when other treatments have failed or when considered necessary.
Hip Pain
Causes may include inflamed joint or arthritis, inflamed sac or bursitis of hip bone, fracture, pinched spinal nerve or sciatica, torn ligaments or muscle, infection, cancer, etc. On-site Open MRI, CT scan, or X-rays may be used to diagnose the pain. Treatments may include rehabilitation with therapist, joint injections, medications, and/or infusions. Referrals for orthopedic surgery are made when other treatments have failed or when considered necessary.
Hand & Wrist Pain
Causes may include fractures, torn ligaments, pinched nerves, carpal tunnel syndrome, complex regional pain syndrome, arthritis, inadequate circulation, spinal nerve irritation, spinal chord abnormalities, infection, cancer, etc. On-site Open MRI, CT scan, or X-rays may be used to diagnose the pain. Treatments may include rehabilitation with therapist, joint injections, medications, and/or infusions. Referrals for hand surgery are made when other treatments have failed or when considered necessary.
Elbow Pain
Causes may include pinched nerve, entrapped nerve, ligament or muscle tear, bony deformities, fractures, referred pain, pinched neck spinal nerves, complex regional pain syndrome, infection, cancer, etc. On-site Open MRI, CT scan, or X-rays may be used to diagnose the pain. Treatments may include rehabilitation with therapist, joint injections, medications, and/or infusions. Referrals for orthopedic surgery are made when other treatments have failed or when considered necessary.
Low Back Pain
Causes may include one or more of the following: herniated discs, spinal nerve irritation, leaking disc, slipped vertebra, joint nerve irritation, referred pain, muscle spasms, surgical nerve scarring, arachnoiditis, infection, cancer, etc. On-site MRI, CT scan, or X-rays may be used to diagnose the pain. Fast relief may be obtained with facet joint or nerve blocks, epidural injection, medications, spinal chord stimulations, minimally invasive surgeries, and/or infusions.
Middle Back
Causes may include arthritic joints and irritated joint nerves, herniated discs, spinal nerve irritation, degenerated discs, referred pain, vertebral compression fractures, infection, cancer, etc. On-site MRI, CT scan, or X-rays may be used to diagnose the pain. Fast relief may be obtained with facet joint or nerve blocks, epidural injection, medications, minimally invasive surgeries, kyyphoplasty or vertebroplasty, and/or infusions.
Shoulder Pain
Causes may include torn ligaments, degenerated joint, referred pain, pinched nerves, irritated neck spinal nerves, muscular injuries, complex regional pain syndrome, infection, cancer, etc. On-site Open MRI, CT scan, or X-rays may be used to diagnose the pain. Treatments may include rehabilitation with therapist, joint injections, medications, and/or infusions. Referrals for orthopedic surgery are made when other treatments have failed or when considered necessary.
Neck Pain
Causes may include herniated discs, spinal nerve irritation, spinal instability, slipped vertebra, arthritis, muscle spasms, joint nerve irritation, infection, cancer, etc. Proper evaluation includes a review of your history, a doctor's exam, and possible on-site diagnostic imaging. Fast relief may be obtained with facet joint or nerve blocks, epidural injection, medications, and/or infusions.
Orofacial Pain
Causes include previous dental trauma, viral infections, jaw deformities, migraines, abnormal blood vessels, cancer, etc. Proper evaluation often requires a thorough history and physical exam, blood tests, and diagnostic imaging. Fast relief may be obtained with diagnostic nerve injections, medications, and/or infusions.
Head Pain
Causes may include aneurysms, hereditary migraines, arthritic neck pain, trigeminal neuralgia, nutritional deficiencies, closed head trauma, concussion, infection, cancer, etc. Proper evaluation often requires a thorough exam by the doctor, blood tests and on-site diagnostic imaging. Fast relief may be obtained with medications, infusions, and/or nerve injections, or spinal cord stimulation
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