Our medical practitioners treat all types of pain. Acute pain is described as severe or sharp and may signal something is wrong. Pain lasting 6 months or longer is defined as chronic. This type of pain varies from mild to severe and is consistent. Spinal arthritis (spondylosis) pain is often chronic. Although chronic pain is difficult to manage, combining different treatments often produces a good outcome.
- Degenerative disc disease
- Facet joint pain
- Cervical and/or lumbar spinal stenosis
- Vertebral compression fracture