Lower back pain is a common problem with a number of basic causes, most of which are related to one of two issues (or both):
- age and trauma
- a serious auto accident, for example, may cause a herniated disc older accident victims may have spinal discs which are more vulnerable to injury.
- Other causes of lower back pain include muscle, ligament, and tendon injuries
- spinal stenosis; any condition that leads to sciatica symptoms
When it comes to treating patients with lower back pain, the entire staff at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation works tirelessly to provide every possible option for pain management and rehabilitation.
Our goal is to help patients find relief from pain, regain normal movement and activity, and improve quality of life using healthy, conservative, non-surgical treatment options. Those suffering with lower back pain will find the following types of care in our Wall and Shrewsbury rehabilitative offices:
- Physical Therapy
- Medical Care
- Interventional Pain Management (For example, Epidural Steroid Injections)
For some patients, lower back pain can be treated with a program of physical therapy and/or chiropractic. Acupuncture provides drug-free pain relief. For other sufferers, pain is severe enough to inhibit the body’s ability to participate in programs of physical therapy. In such cases, our office provides interventional pain management techniques to help patients rehabilitate without suffering. Some procedures for low back pain include Sacroiliac Injections, Facet Joint Injections, and Coccyx Injections.
All of the above listed healthcare techniques and modalities are provided in our Wall and Shrewsbury offices; this often makes the pain management and rehabilitation process less stressful (and therefore more effective) for patients. Our office has also incorporated a number of diagnostic technologies, including fluoroscopy, ultrasound, electro-diagnostic nerve testing, and traditional x-ray. We also accept and will interpret the results of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) from other offices.
Our pain management facility is also affiliated with several local medical centers in order to provide certain pain management procedures—include Radiofrequency Ablation and Discograms—that require anesthesia. This is yet another way in which our Wall and Shrewsbury NJ pain management offices goes to every possible length to relieve lower back pain without surgery.
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