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Why Visit the Spine & Sports Health Center for pain relief?
Visit The Spine & Sports Health Center for Pain Management, Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, and Chiropractic Care.
Pain is personal. Whether your pain stems from a chronic back problem, a neck injury from a car accident, or a throbbing knee from too many hard workouts, pain affects each of us differently.
At The Spine & Sports Health Center, our top interventional pain management physicians will take the time to understand your pain, listen and focus on what matters most to you. We use the latest diagnostic technology (and good old-fashioned listening and observation) to develop an accurate diagnosis. And, we'll develop a personalized treatment plan combining the most effective and least invasive options to fit your needs --without the risks or complications of surgery. For each patient, our goal is to help you get the relief you need, so you can live the life you want.
- Meet with a board-certified physician
- Discuss your pain points
- Ask questions
- Establish treatment goals
- CT Scan
- Electrodiagnostic Testing
- Interventional Pain Management
- Sports Medicine
- Physical Therapy
- Chiropractic Care
Recognized as Top NJ Pain Doctors
We're tremendously proud that several of our doctors have been recognized as NJ Top Docs for multiple years. Learn more about the merit-based review process.
Advanced Spine & Joint Pain Care
We offer advanced, non-invasive alternatives to orthopedic surgery. We pair you with a board-certified doctor who works with you to develop a personalized treatment plan to relieve your pain across a range of services:
*Some services are not offered in all locations
What conditions does the Spine & Sports Health Center specialize in?
Are you in pain after a car accident injury?
If you’re experiencing back, neck, or any type of pain from a car accident injury, The Spine & Sports Health Center can help. You name it, we treat it. Learn how we can help you recover from car accident-related pain.
Meet Our Board-Certified Pain Doctors
Our board-certified interventional pain management physicians are among the top regional providers of non-surgical orthopedic care. They have undergone rigorous training to develop expertise in treating all types of spine and joint pain. They are dedicated to taking the time to create personalized treatment plans so that you can get the quality medical care that you deserve.
Interventional Pain Management FAQs
Interventional pain management is a medical specialty that focuses on diagnosing and alleviating pain through minimally invasive procedures. This approach aims to identify and treat the source of pain without surgery. Common interventional pain management procedures include epidural steroid injections, nerve blocks, joint injections and radio-frequency ablation. The goal is to improve quality of life by reducing or eliminating acute and chronic pain.
Interventional pain management starts with the correct diagnosis. Our specialists will spend time with you, take a detailed history and order the appropriate tests. Once the root cause of your pain is identified, your interventional pain management doctor can target it with a minimally invasive procedure such as an injection. This approach can help alleviate your pain without strong pain medications or surgery.
It is highly advisable to see an interventional pain management specialist before considering surgery. Pain management specialists can assess your condition comprehensively to determine if surgery is necessary, as well as explore non-invasive treatments and interventions that can alleviate your pain.
Interventional pain management treatments encompass a variety of minimally invasive procedures aimed at alleviating pain. Common interventions include epidural steroid injections, nerve blocks, radiofrequency ablation and joint injections. These procedures target the source of pain, such as inflamed nerves or joints. The goal is to reduce pain and improve quality of life for individuals suffering from acute or chronic pain. The choice of treatment depends on the underlying cause of pain and the patient's unique medical history.
Although physical therapy can be part of a pain management treatment plan, it is different from interventional pain management. Interventional pain management is a medical specialty focusing on minimally invasive pain relieving procedures, while physical therapy utilizes exercise and manual therapy to support the spine and joints. Many times these two approaches are combined to optimize treatment for a range of painful conditions. At The Spine & Sports Health Center, our primary focus is interventional pain management, but we believe physical therapy plays an important supportive role .
Interventional pain management and “pain medicine” are related fields, but they differ in their approach. The term “pain medicine” is typically associated with prescription pain medication that doesn’t address the underlying issue. In contrast, interventional pain management focuses on identifying the source of the pain and then targeting it through the use of minimally invasive procedures such as injections and nerve blocks. In this regard, interventional pain management techniques are often safer and longer lasting than prescription pain medications.
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