Dr. Pradyumna R carefully evaluate your conditions and symptoms associated to your Neck & Back Pain or Neck & Back Pain injuries. If you are suffering from chronic pain and have not been able to find treatment that provides relief, consider seeing Dr. Pradyumna an Interventional Pain Management specialist, would provide you a comprehensive approach, and may well be the answer you are looking for. He is an expert Pain Management, Sports injuries, & Regenerative medicine specialist. Based on the diagnostic report and scan. Dr. Pradyumna R would suggest treatment plan to help you coordinate the therapies you need. Your full participation in your treatment is important for a successful outcome.
Back and neck pain are common health conditions that can be treated or improved with early diagnosis. Back pain can be acute or chronic. Acute back pain comes on suddenly, while chronic pain lasts for weeks, months, or years. The pain can be continuous or intermittent. Back pain can limit mobility and impair normal functioning and quality of life. Neck pain generally originates from the cervical vertebrae and can be referred to other parts or the whole spine. Neck pain is often the result of excessive tension in the neck muscles, which may be caused by stress and improper posture. It can range from an ache or dull pain to a sharp, stabbing type of pain. Neck Pain can be acute or chronic. Pain that lasts for weeks, months, or even years is called chronic.

Although the precise cause of neck pain is unknown, it is usually caused by one or more of a variety of factors, including:

  • Arthritis
  • Aging effect
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Trauma & Fractures
  • Overuse
  • Heavy lifting, or Strain
  • Poor Muscle tone
  • Spasm & Sprain
  • Obesity (Over Weight on Spine)
  • Herniated (slipped) disk and pinched nerve
  • Osteoporosis and compression fractures

Symptoms of Back Pain

  • Back pain may be dull, burning or sharp pain. It may be in a single spot or cover a large area.
  • Low back pain can include stiffness and soreness in your lower back, legs, and hips.
  • Tingling or leg numbness, weakness, and decreased feeling in the legs.
  • Pain radiating from your low back to your buttocks, down the back of your leg, and into your calf and toes.
  • Pain in the middle or lower part of your back following prolonged physical activity.
  • Diminished bladder and bowel control may be the first symptom of a compression fracture in the spine.

Symptoms of Neck Pain

  • Headache
  • Improper posture
  • Depression
  • Triggered by muscle tightness and spasms
  • Pain can vary from mild to severe
  • Prolonged sitting or driving
  • Excessive tension in the neck muscles
  • Shoulder Pain

Back & Neck Pain is a common problem that can be acute or chronic. Acute pain is sudden and severe. It is often intense and may last only a few days or weeks due to an injury.

When pain lasts longer than three months or even three weeks, it is considered to be chronic pain. Although chronic pain is less likely than acute pain, it is still a common condition that can be debilitating.

80% of adults will experience neck pain at some point in their lives. The symptoms associated with back and neck pain are varied, but if left unattended, can worsen considerably. Take time to identify the symptoms and consult your doctor for an accurate diagnosis.
A medical and physical exam is done to check for back and neck pain. X-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and a blood test may be performed to further help diagnose arthritis.

  • Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
  • Cervical and Lumbar Strain
  • Cervical and Lumbar Radiculopathy
  • Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
  • Herniated Discs
Always seek medical attention if you experience severe back and neck pain after a fall or an accident. Seek immediate care from a health care provider if severe back and neck pain is accompanied by numbness, depression, weakness or tingling, difficulty urinating, no improvement after medication. Do not try to ignore the pain or give it time to go away on its own.
There are many treatment options to relieve pain from back and neck issues. These include rest, medication, physical therapy, steroid injections or a nerve block.

Your doctor may recommend specific exercises, as well as use hot or cold packs, to reduce pain associated with back and neck pain. If this doesn’t work, there is a chance that surgery may be advised.

Treating neck & back pain can be tricky because every case is different. Treatments range from prescription medications to rehabilitation, massage therapy, or injections.

Some Conventional treatments for upper back and neck pain include:

  • Rest
  • Heat or Cold Compresses
  • OTC nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
  • Prescription Muscle relaxants
  • Physical Therapy
  • Therapeutic Injections for Pain Management
  • Surgery, in some cases

Whether you’re suffering from chronic back pain or are rehabilitation from a recent injury, Dr. Pradyumna will guide you better treatment plan at our center and help you manage and reduce your pain. Most people recover from back pain with nonsurgical treatments, but some may need surgery, patient that experience severe back pain due to degenerative disk disease cannot be helped through nonsurgical treatments, so surgery may be an option.

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery a modern surgical approaches and an experienced surgeon, many types of spine surgery can now be done on an outpatient basis with a shorter recovery period. Cervical / Neck Surgery, Lumbar Laminectomy Surgery, Lumbar Spine Surgery & Spine Fusion Surgery.