CHRONIC BACK PAIN AND PAIN MANAGEMENT
Back pain can be the most debilitating of all chronic pains. It can cause major inconveniences and even be life changing for some. Are you suffering from upper, middle, lower, or nighttime back pain? Do you have sciatica symptoms? At Austin Pain Management, a team of certified specialists and pain management physicians develop a treatment plan based on the source of your back pain. No matter what your ailment is, each person is assessed and diagnosed by our experienced and skilled staff leading to partial or even complete pain relief. We want you to have a more active life. Let us help you with your chronic back pain so you can get back to enjoying your life!
WHAT WE CAN DO TO HELP
The goal of Austin Pain Management is to create a standard evidence based approach for managing patients with any kind of pain, especially back pain, with primary care practices that you deserve. We want to make sure you receive high quality care while reducing unnecessary costs and treatments. We want you to have confidence and reassurance that your back pain will improve with time. We provide detailed instructions for your pain treatment plan as well as handouts describing recommended exercises. We want to insure that your painful condition is being managed correctly.
UNDERSTANDING BACK PAIN
We offer treatment for various types of back and neck pain.
Let our certified specialists help with your back and neck pain. We treat back pains caused by the following:
- Lower back pain and injury
- Upper back pain and injury
- Neck pain and injury
- Sports related injury
- Joint pain and injury
- Annular Tear
- Bulging Disk
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
- Degenerative Disk Disease
- Disk Herniation
- Extruded Disks
- Herniated Disks
- Pelvic Pain
- Prolapsed Disk
- Ligament pain and injury
- Tendon pain and injury
- muscle pain and injury
- Work related injury
- Back pain after surgery
- Spinal stenosis
- Leg pain/injury
- Nighttime leg or back pains
- Laminectomy syndrome
- Other chronic pains
Sciatica Pain Is it time to visit the doctor?
We all put off trips to the doctor. It is human nature. But when it comes to sciatica pain there are a few red flag symptoms that should prompt you to make that visit.
Here are just a few sciatica symptoms to look out for:
- Your painkillers can no longer control your sciatica pain.
- You sciatica pain is getting more severe or is spreading to other parts of your body.
- You are starting to experience chest pains.
- You are loosing flexibility in your body and have trouble getting up, sitting down or bending over.
- You feel generally unwell, or you have lost a significant amount of weight.
If you are experiencing any of the above then the best thing to do is to get yourself off to your preferred healthcare provider for an examination.