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Instead of treating your pain with prescription drugs – which offer only temporary relief – you may want to consider special injections. Many of those suffering from pain in the spine and lower back are finding relief with facet injections and medical branch blocks. A facet block consists of an injection that contains both an anesthetic and steroid, so you feel...

If you have osteoporosis, it’s important to be gentle with your body. Osteoporosis makes bones brittle and fragile, increasing the possibility of compression fractures and cracked vertebrae. These cracked bones often heal on their own within three months. In some cases, however, the healing process takes a little longer and causes significant back pain. The good news is that there...

Unfortunately, pain plagues a vast number of Americans – 50 million, to be exact. If you’re one of those people, you may feel that relief is out of reach. You may feel as though you’re destined to depend on pain medications for the rest of your life. But it doesn’t have to be that way. There are now clinics that...

If you have tried for years to alleviate pain in your back, neck, nerves, and joints, it’s time for a long-term solution. Medications don’t work because they don’t treat the root cause of the pain. Surgery is very risky and can hurt you more than it can help you. We also invite you to learn more about Dr. Nikesh Seth and...

In the past, the only two options available for pain relief were medications and surgery. Medical advances have brought about many innovative pain treatments that are minimally invasive but work even better than surgery. The future of pain relief is here, and it has helped thousands of people find long-term relief for their acute or chronic pain in various parts of...

When many people think of injections, they imagine vaccinations. However, shots do more than preventing illness. The medical community, including the team at Integrated Pain Consultants, is also increasingly using injections to help diagnose and treat pain in some regions of the body. Many doctors and pain specialists use injections such as epidurals, medial branch blocks and sympathetic blocks to...

Many people turn to painkillers such as opioids to manage chronic pain. They may think that prescription medications are the best solution to get relief. But the truth is that they can do more harm than good. In 2014, approximately 14,000 people in the United States died from overdosing on opioid painkillers. Because opioids are highly addictive, doctors are practicing medication...

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