Pain is a disruption to daily life that can lead to stress, anxiety, insomnia and more. Back pain can be even more intrusive as it can impact how you move, work and play your favorite sport. If you have had a recent injury or been in an auto accident, you now may be experiencing back pain for the first time in your life that does not go away and may become chronic. Our team at Pain Control Associates continues to explore ways to help patients deal with and ease pain that has interrupted their lives no matter what the source or cause.
An auto accident can prompt issues that need to be addressed immediately. The force of being suddenly stopped during a car wreck can cause back pain or neck pain, known as whiplash. Your body is not meant to be thrashed around in such a manner, and this type of incident can cause long-term effects to your body and chronic pain. You may experience a variety of symptoms after an accident that need to be addressed including dizziness, blurred vision, neck pain or stiffness, headaches, fatigue, irritability and more. Our team can work with you to determine what has happened to your body after an accident and put together a treatment plan. We may recommend nerve blocks, behavioral management to help you manage pain, physical therapy and medication management.
An injury at your workplace should also be reviewed and addressed as soon as possible to determine the extent of the injury and put a treatment plan into place. Our physicians will evaluate your injury, assist with a return-to-work review and impairment ratings, provide a prompt diagnosis, coordinate with a caseworker as needed and help get you back to yourself and life as soon as possible.
Our physicians will review with you as many alternative options to surgery if you are seeking a treatment beyond going under the knife. We have many alternatives in our toolbox to offer you depending on your condition, injury, range of pain and area of pain. We will work with you one-on-one to have a conversation about what you are seeking as part of your treatment and be your guide to a better life and less pain and anxiety. We provide a myriad of pain treatment options. We feel that often a multidisciplinary approach will have the most impact and we can discuss the best initial strategy. We can recommend treatments from medication plans and biofeedback to behavior modification and electrical stimulation.
Our doctors at Pain Control Associates are ready to work with you today on your best path to a better daily life. Connect to us through our online contact form.
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Low Back Pain