Other Pain Conditions

Don’t suffer with pain any longer. Our pain management specialists strive to effectively treat many conditions and injuries that can cause you pain using non-surgical treatments in NYC and NJ.

There are many conditions that cause pain and can affect any part of the body from head to toe. Properly diagnosing and treating pain that is not due to an apparent injury is challenging, especially if you are not seeing a Pain Medicine Specialist.

Fortunately, at The Spine & Rehab Group our team of Pain Management Specialists in NYC and NJ is highly trained in effectively helping patients get to the root of their pain and find relief using non-surgical treatment methods. Whether you have already been diagnosed with a chronic pain condition or are experiencing symptoms, our Board Certified Pain Doctors utilize state-of-the art electrodiagnostic medicine and treatment options to alleviate your pain.

Common Chronic Pain Conditions treated at our Manhattan and New Jersey locations include Migraine Headaches, Myofascial Pain Syndrome, Coccydynia, Peripheral Neuralgia and Phantom Limb Pain.

A Migraine Headache is an intense headache that causes pain, throbbing and sensitivity to noises and light. Migraine headaches are often genetic, but can be caused by other factors including stress or tension in the neck or shoulders, overexertion during physical activity, alcohol, medication and even certain foods.

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Myofascial Pain Syndrome is a chronic pain condition caused by a strain or an injury that affects the muscles, ligaments and tendons throughout the body. The strain or injury on any one or more of these areas may cause pressure on the trigger points in your muscles and ultimately pain – this is Myofascial pain. While Myofascial Pain Syndrome can affect essentially every muscle in your body, the most common area affected is the neck.

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Coccydynia

For those patients who spend extensive amounts of time sitting or have incurred recent injury to the tailbone, coccydynia can be an incredibly painful condition. When a patient has developed coccydynia, their tailbone (or coccyx) becomes irritated and creates immense tenderness between the buttocks. Due to this inflammation, intense pain is felt when sitting as well as during sexual intercourse and bowel movements.

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