The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta estimates that 20.4% of men and women in the United States live with chronic pain. If ongoing pain is preventing you from living a full life, the skilled team at NovaSpine Pain Institute can help with minimally invasive pain management solutions. At their offices in Sun City West, Sun City, Gilbert, and Glendale, Arizona, the team diagnoses the cause of chronic pain and designs personalized plans for long-term symptom relief. To put chronic pain behind you, call the office nearest you today or use the online contact form.
Pain that is constant, returns repeatedly, or lasts beyond the typical healing period is called chronic pain. Chronic pain can last for months, even years, and it can interfere with daily activities. It has been linked to depression and health complications.
A wide variety of conditions can lead to ongoing pain symptoms. The four primary types of chronic pain are:
Chronic pain can arise from nerve compression, nerve damage, degenerative nerve conditions, and other nerve problems.
Swelling, redness, and warmth are part of the natural inflammatory healing response. When inflammation doesn’t go away after a typical amount of time, it can cause ongoing pain.
Muscle pain is frequently the cause of chronic pain. It typically occurs due to traumatic injury or overuse.
When internal structures cause compression of soft tissue, chronic pain can arise. Mechanical pain can be caused by cysts and other internal growths, bony structures, repetitive motion injuries, and imbalances in your posture.
Some of the conditions that can result in chronic pain include:
Women and people who are overweight have an increased risk of developing chronic pain.
The experts at NovaSpine Pain Institute use the most advanced diagnostic techniques and tools to diagnose the cause of your chronic pain.
During your evaluation, your doctor reviews your medical history and discusses your symptoms with you in detail. They also do a physical exam, and they could recommend additional tests like X-rays or diagnostic injections.
Your pain management expert at NovaSpine Pain Institute designs a customized treatment plan based on the cause and severity of your chronic pain. Your personal treatment plan can include:
The team of specialists does these minimally invasive pain management treatments in the office at NovaSpine Pain Institute.
Don’t let chronic pain interfere with your health and well-being. Schedule an evaluation at NovaSpine Pain Institute by calling the nearest office today or using the online contact form.