If you're battling chronic pain every day, the experienced team at NJ Spine and Wellness can help you get better faster. At their offices in Matawan, East Brunswick, Freehold, and Old Bridge, New Jersey, you can benefit from individualized pain management treatment plans. The types of treatments and techniques vary according to your individual needs, but you can feel confident knowing that the NJ Spine and Wellness team's goal is to help you manage your pain so you can live comfortably. Call the location nearest you to schedule a consultation or book an appointment today.
Pain management aims to minimize pain using a comprehensive variety of treatment options. These options range from conservative physical therapies to more aggressive nonsurgical techniques.
If you have chronic pain, the board-certified pain specialists at NJ Spine and Wellness can treat your condition using the latest state-of-the-art pain management techniques.
You might think medication is your only source of relief, but pain management doesn't have to involve potent, potentially addictive drugs. In many cases, you can relieve pain and improve function successfully using no medications at all.
The NJ Spine and Wellness team provides pain management solutions to patients experiencing chronic pain due to:
Whatever the cause of your pain, the multidisciplinary NJ Spine and Wellness team can help. To find the cause of your pain they use state-of-the-art technologies including a mobile C-Arm (an X-ray based medical imaging device), and SonoSite digital ultrasound.
Some of the minimally invasive pain management treatments the NJ Spine and Wellness team uses include:
Commonly known as deep tissue laser therapy, this noninvasive treatment uses the power of light to stimulate the production of cellular energy, which speeds healing time.
Trigger points are knotted areas of muscle fibers that can be highly sensitive and a source of chronic pain. Injecting them with a combination of local anesthetic and steroid medication helps relieve the inflammation and provides temporary pain relief.
Your provider injects an anti-inflammatory steroid and a local anesthetic into your joints to provide pain relief that can last for several months.
Stimulating the spinal nerves that send pain signals to your brain interrupts the communication, resulting in less pain. You need to undergo an implantation procedure to fit the spinal cord stimulator, which you control with a remote device.
Nerve blocks are injections of local anesthetic into your joints or spine that temporarily numb pain.
Radiofrequency (RF) ablation uses radio wave energy to heat nerve endings responsible for pain signals. RF ablation is a long-lasting option for knee and spine pain.
Like joint injections, epidural injections contain steroids and local anesthetic. Your provider injects the drugs into the epidural space that surrounds your spine. Lumbar injections go into your lower back, thoracic injections in your upper back, and cervical injections into your neck.
Regenerative medicine treatments are injectable preparations that use cells, growth factors, and other naturally occurring substances to promote tissue growth and repair. Two of the most widely used regenerative medicine therapies are stem cells and platelet-rich plasma (PRP).
Find out more about your pain management options by calling NJ Spine and Wellness or book an appointment online today.