Neck pain is a part of modern life where we rely on devices and computers throughout the day. In most cases, the pain resolves within a few days, but persistent neck pain may require interventional pain management if it affects your daily activities and quality of life. National Pain Institute offers neck pain treatments for residents of Orlando, as well as other communities in Central and South Florida.
What Is Neck Pain?
Neck pain is a condition that develops when there is some type of trauma to the muscles, nerves and cervical discs. Neck pain may also be related to a chronic medical condition that requires treatment. At National Pain Institute, our pain management physicians have the experience and expertise that is needed to properly diagnose the origin of your neck pain and recommend interventions that will help you manage the discomfort.
What Are the Symptoms of Neck Pain?
- Muscle spasms
- Pain in your throat
- Tingling sensations in the arms
What Are the Benefits of Treatment for Neck Pain?
Neck pain may interfere with your daily activities because you limit the way you move your head in order to prevent the pain. Medications may help to some degree, but when these conservative options do not provide sufficient relief, you may want to consider interventional pain management at National Pain Institute.
How is Neck Pain Treated?
- Steroid injections
- Nerve blocks
- Vitamin D testing and therapy
- Minimally invasive spine surgery
What Should I Expect After Treatment for Neck Pain?
Our treatments are not intended to cure the underlying cause of your neck pain, such as a herniated disc. Rather, the treatments offer some relatively short-term relief so that you feel comfortable while engaging in your primary course of treatment. We do not require you to have any additional downtime or recovery after our procedures beyond what is recommend by the physician or specialist who is managing your neck condition.
Neck pain may not respond to medications and other conservative therapies. At National Pain Institute, our team of pain management physicians offers neck pain treatments for residents of Orlando, as well as other communities in Central and South Florida. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.