80% of you will have Back or Neck Pain
Living with pain isn’t easy, but 80% of Americans will experience back or neck pain in their lifetimes. Often, the pain is misdiagnosed, leading to wrongful and addictive pain medications. Understanding that there are several underlying reasons pain is the most common reason people seek out pain management.
Pain management at the Southeastern Spine Institute combines science with humanity. Our doctors listen to your pain complaints before giving you a thorough medical examination. Pinpointing the reason behind the pain is the key to giving you lasting relief.
Reasons for Your Pain
Pain can happen anytime in your life. Although older people feel more severe pain than young, pain doesn’t discriminate. A pain management plan with your doctor can help you maneuver through your life without feeling debilitated.
A common reason for pain is an injury that hasn’t healed properly. Lifestyle also plays a big role in your pain. If you lead a sedentary life or sit for long hours at your desk, your back — along with your legs, shoulder and neck — can start to hurt.
There also are several medical conditions that can cause pain. Diabetes and high blood pressure, for example, can elevate certain pain nerves. Ruling out these and other severe medical conditions like a herniated disc or arthritis is reason enough to consult a pain management specialist at The Southeastern Spine Institute
We can help!
Whatever the your problem – you will find everything needed to alleviate your pain in under one roof; from minor surgery to physical therapy, our whole team is on our Mt. Pleasant campus located at 1106 Chuck Dawley Blvd.
Trust the Full Service Spine Specialist at The Southeastern Spine Institute
There are many non-surgical treatments that can help eliminate or reduce your pain. Your doctors at SSI always try non-invasive procedures first. Many of these treatments take only a few hours, and they’re performed in our own out-patient ASC.
At Southeastern Spine we use the latest medical technologies and all our physicians are board certified
Some treatments that your spinal team of doctors may recommend include:
- Lumbar Epidural Injection
- Steroid Injections
- Trigger Point Injections
- Occipital Nerve Injections
- The MILD Procedure
- Stem Cell therapy
The sooner you consult a specialist, the faster you’re on the way to recovery. Because doctors only treat back pain and associated painful conditions that originate in your spine.
You’ll always get a thorough explanation of your condition and the right treatment plan for your specific issue.