Millions of Americans are living with back pain that can be treated. Diagnosing and treating back pain is a complex, challenging process. There can be multiple reasons for your pain, which can affect many areas of your body – not just your back. Because the spine supports your entire body, back pain can radiate to your neck, arms, abdomen, hips, legs, and feet. Fortunately, the majority of people we see get relief from back pain without the need for invasive methods like surgery.
At Anesco Interventional Pain Institute in Broward County, Florida, our goal is to accurately diagnose the source of pain, reduce your pain level and frequency quickly and safely (without narcotics), and gradually reverse the disability caused by back pain. The key to our success is providing personalized solutions for each patient.
Common Causes of Back Pain
- Degenerative disc disease
- Entrapment neuropathy
- Facet joint syndrome
- Herniated discs
- Myelopathy (spinal cord compression)
- Radiculopathy (nerve compression)
- Spinal stenosis
- Slipped vertebrae (spondylolisthesis)
We offer many non-surgical treatments and minimally invasive procedures you may not even be aware of. Using interventional techniques, we are able to minimize or even eliminate pain signals in the body.
If needed, injection therapy can be done. This will reduce your pain enough to allow you to participate in activities, including physical therapy, to get stronger and healthier.
For some people, a minimally invasive procedure is the optimal solution for resolving irritation or inflammation around a disc, vertebrae, or nerve, which gives pain relief.
The majority of patients we see have had limited or no success with traditional treatments for back pain, including anti-inflammatory medication, stretching, and modified activity.
Back Pain Treatment in Margate and Fort Lauderdale, FL
Speak with one of our back pain specialists to explore treatment options for your back pain today. If back pain is interfering with your life and keeping you from being active, let us help you find an effective solution. Please contact Anesco Interventional Pain Institute in Margate or Fort Lauderdale. Request an appointment online or call (954) 580-8838.