Natural, Drug Free, Shot Free, Surgery Free Treatments for Pain Relief
Over 20 percent of Americans have some sort of chronic pain. At first it may
seem like something you can deal with on your own, but over time it can grow
worse and could seriously interfere with your ability to live your life. Dr.
Rozenberg specializes in treating different types of pain without the need for
surgery or drugs. If you suffer from some form of discomfort that keeps coming
back or never goes away at all,
Spine and Disc Center for an appointment.
Why Choose the Spine & Disc Center for Pain Management?
State-of-the-Art Chiropractic Technology
Wide Variety of Chiropractic Services
Focus on Minimally Invasive Treatments
The term chronic pain can be applied to any sort of pain that lasts
more than 3 months. There are a number of possible causes of chronic
pain. Obviously, it can be the result of an injury, but it can also
be a sign of some form of arthritis, post-surgical trauma, and
countless other conditions. No matter the cause, it can prevent you
from sleeping properly, affect your mood, and get in the way of your
job or social life. Dr. Rozenberg can diagnose the nature of your
chronic pain and help you explore a variety of popular solutions.
Upper and lower back pain often occur as a result of poor posture or
injuries. One common cause is a slipped or herniated disc in the
spine, which occurs when the tough outer portion of the spinal disc
is injured or worn out, making it bulge out from the vertebrae. This
and other types of back pain can often be treated noninvasively with
spinal decompression, a procedure that involves intermittently
stretching and relaxing the spine.
Peripheral neuropathy can be used to describe any type of nerve
damage, although it most commonly refers to weakness, numbness, and
pain in the feet. This type of pain is often accompanied by balance
issues and digestive problems. Various diseases can lead to
peripheral neuropathy. We have a number of ways to treat this
condition. One possible solution is electroanalgesia. It involves
stimulating the peripheral nerves with electricity in a way that
blocks them from sending pain signals to the brain. This helps you
find relief and also encourages the nerve cells to heal themselves.
Pain Due to Trauma or Injury
Traumas and injuries don’t go away overnight. It can take
quite a while to fully recover from the pain. That said, the
discomfort should normally fade after a while. If you’re still
experiencing a significant amount of pain after a few weeks, you
should make an appointment at The Spine and Disc Center as soon as
possible. We can diagnose the issue and put together a pain
management plan based on your unique needs; sometimes you may only
need a conservative form of therapy and in other cases a more
advanced treatment might be required.