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APN Clinic

Pain Treatments

Our board-certified pain management specialists and neurologists are dedicated to helping patients with a wide range of conditions that affect the neck, back, arms, shoulders, knees, feet, ankles, and hips.

Neck & Back

Low back pain and neck pain are among the most common spine-related complaints. Muscle, ligament, nerve, disc, and spine injuries are frequent causes of back pain. Poor posture during movements, wear and tear, and degenerative disease, such as arthritis, can cause the spinal structures to break down and add pressure on the spinal cord or nerves. Only a small percentage of people with back and neck pain need spine surgery.

Advanced Pain and Neurology can determine the cause of your spine pain and provide effective treatment to relieve and manage your pain, recommending spine surgery only after exhausting all conservative treatment options.

Common Conditions We Treat Include

Neck

Back

Arm (Hand, Wrist & Elbow)

At Advanced Pain and Neurology, we treat the delicate network of tendons, ligaments, muscles, skin, and bones in the hand and wrist by using advanced minimally invasive endoscopic, arthroscopic, and nerve repair techniques.

Common Conditions We Treat Include

Shoulder

Arthritis, injury, and repetitive motions, such as those used during sports or work-related activities, are leading causes of shoulder pain, stiffness, and restricted movement. At Advanced Pain and Neurology we are highly experienced experts at diagnosing and treating the full range of shoulder conditions.

Common Conditions We Treat Include

Knee

Although arthritis is the leading cause of knee joint deterioration, pain, and limited movement, auto injuries and work-related injuries can also cause knee problems.

Common Conditions We Treat Include

Foot & Ankle

At Advanced Pain and Neurology we have extensive training in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of foot and ankle disorders.

Common Conditions We Treat Include

Hips

Hip and joint pain may be caused by many different factors, including arthritis, injury, bone deformities, inflammation, and aging. When the pain becomes unbearable and limits your ability to walk and move, it is time to see a doctor.

Common Conditions We Treat Include