What is Radiculopathy?
Radiculopathy is a condition that affects many individuals suffering from range of spinal conditions in which the nerve root becomes irritated resulting in symptoms of radicular pain. Radiculopathy is typically caused by changes in the tissues surrounding nerve roots primarily attributed to the following:
- Herniated and Bulging Discs
- Spinal Stenosis
- Nerve Root Injuries
- Bone Spurs
- Thickening of Spinal Ligaments
- Scar Tissue from Spinal Surgeries
- Herpes Simplex Virus
Radiculopathy in Monmouth & Ocean County
At Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation in Shrewsbury, Freehold, Wall, and Lacey NJ, our professionals expertly handle cases of Radiculopathy daily and provide real pain relief to the community we serve. Our entire staff works together to provide every possible option for pain management and rehabilitation.
Our approach revolves around the idea of helping patients avoid unnecessary surgeries and medication, therefore reducing further damage and stress on the body. If you are looking for real relief from Radiculopathy and live in Monmouth or Ocean County contact Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation today!
Treatment Options for Radiculopathy
In treating Radiculopathy, nonsurgical treatment is highly recommended to avoid the complications associated with developing scar tissue that can further irritate the nerve root. At Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation in Shrewsbury, Freehold, Wall, and Lacey NJ, our treatment programs for combating Radiculopathy often consist of one or a combination of the following services:
- Physical Therapy
- Chiropractic Care
- K-Laser Treatment
- Medical Care
- Interventional Pain Management
- Epidural Steroid Injections
- Weight Loss and Nutrition Strategies
Contact Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation and schedule your free consultation at our Shrewsbury, Freehold, Wall, or Lacey office and take a proactive approach to finding real long-term pain relief. We look forward to helping with all your rehabilitation, physical therapy, and chiropractic needs. Please feel free to contact us directly by calling 732-365-0301 or by emailing us using the Contact Form below. Please note that a referral is not necessary for your first visit.