Learn About Conditions That We Typically Treat
Chronic or acute pain can affect any part of the body and take many different forms. The team at Advanced Spine on Park Avenue can effectively diagnose a wide range of conditions and then provide personalized treatment solutions designed specifically for you.
Our minimally invasive pain management procedures can effectively treat almost any chronic or acute pain condition effectively, with a wide range of advanced treatments. Below, we provide descriptive overviews of some of the most common conditions we help our patients overcome.
Head & Neck
Neck Pain Overview
Neck pain is a common problem that severely impacts the quality of your life. It can limit your ability to be active. It can cause you to miss work. Many different causes may lead to pain in your neck. See the video for more information.
This is a common neck injury. It happens when your neck jerks back and forth quickly and violently. Your spine bends past its normal range of motion. This can injure the vertebrae of your cervical spine. It can damage the supporting ligaments and muscles in your neck.
Types of Back Pain
We typically see 4 major types of pain presented by our patients here at Advanced Spine on Park Avenue. This article by Dr. DeGregoris describes each type and how each differs and offers various pathways for helping you regain your function safely.
The spinal column contains open spaces that create passageways for the spinal cord and the spinal nerves. Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of (or an intrusion into) these openings. This can cause a compression of the nerves. Spinal stenosis most commonly affects the cervical (neck and upper back) and lumbar (lower back) regions of the spine.
Arms, Hands, Legs & Feet
This condition is a problem with the peripheral nervous system. These are the nerves that branch out from your brain and spinal cord and travel to all of the other parts of your body.
Hips, Pelvis & Core
Pelvic Post-Surgical Pain
Your endometrial tissue lines the inside of your uterus. That’s the tissue that breaks down and sheds when you have your period. With this condition, your endometrial tissue begins to grow outside of your uterus and can become very painful in your pelvic region. Pain may persist for some after endometrial tissue is removed.
Watch the video on the right for an in-depth presentation by Dr. DeGregoris on treating this painful condition.