Conservative treatment is frequently the most effective (and the least damaging) option for patients experiencing Radiculopathy. In order to manage pain and other symptoms associated with Radiculopathy, the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialists (Physiatrist) at our Shrewsbury, Freehold, Wall, and Lacey NJ treatment centers first completes a comprehensive orthopedic and neurological diagnosis before designing a pain management and rehabilitation plan. This strategy may include any of the following:
• Physical Therapy
• Spinal Decompression Traction
• Spinal Manipulation and
• Epidural Steroid Injections: When patients are unable to withstand the treatments listed above (due to pain), our Physiatrist may perform Epidural Steroid Injections. Our facility uses Fluoroscopy (an imaging technique that can be likened to an x-ray in motion) to inject steroid medication. This practice helps to end the cycle of pain and inflammation.
Medical treatments for Radiculopathy at our treatment centers also include the use of Facet Injections; Sacroiliac Joint Injections; Radiofrequency Ablation; and Peripheral Joint Injections. These practices are used only when necessary to allow patients to make use of the many non-invasive, drug-free rehabilitation options offered at our pain management office.
To learn more about Radiculopathy treatment in our Monmouth & Ocean County offices, feel free to contact us or visit our Shrewsbury, Freehold, Wall, or Lacey NJ pain management and rehabilitation facility.
Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation Shrewsbury
174 Patterson Ave
Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation Wall
1985 NJ-34 Bldg A
Wall, NJ 07719
Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation Lacey
747 Lacey Rd
Forked River, NJ 08731
Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation Freehold
20 Thoreau Dr
Freehold, NJ 07728