Back Pain & Spine Pain Treatment in Warren Michigan
Back pain and spine pain are some of the most common reasons people see a health provider for. With back pain and spine pain, your everyday comfort is jeopardized, and it is not uncommon for people to miss work because of the pain. As one of the leading causes of disability around the world, it is important to have these issues addressed to a health provider. At Center For Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, we can help you decrease your back pain and spine pain. Back pain and spine pain can be decreased with the following procedures:
Sacroiliac Joint Injection - Back Pain & Spine Pain Treatment
The treatment for sacroiliac joint pain involves an injection to help diagnose the cause and minimize the pain. The diagnosis process starts with a numbing injection, followed by a series of movements to mimic previous pain points. If there is a relief in pain, a diagnosis is made. The pain release process is similar but includes an anti-inflammatory medication to help reduce the discomfort felt.
Lumbar Epidural Injection - Back Pain & Spine Pain Treatment
The epidural injection is meant to decrease the pain and discomfort in your lower back (lumbar region). The treatment is a temporary relief of aches and can last from between one week to one year.
Lumbar Facet Joint Injection and Medial Branch Block - Back Pain & Spine Pain Treatment
These two treatments are similar, by which they both treat pain caused from spinal facet joints. The difference between the two procedures is where the injection is made; directly to the joint or the joint space surrounding.
Lumbar Radiofrequency Ablation - Back Pain & Spine Pain Treatment
This minimally invasive treatment provides a longer-term pain relief solution. The radiofrequency process actually removes the nerves carrying pain impulses, therefor removing the pain associated.
Caudal Epidural Injection - Back Pain & Spine Pain Treatment
The epidural is a pain-reliving injection to the sacral region opening in the lower back. The relief will begin shortly after the procedure and can last up to several months.