Sciatica Pain

Sciatica Pain

Sciatic nerve pain is one of the most common types of pain. As many as 40% of people will experience sciatica pain at some point in their lifetime, and the frequency of sciatica increases with age. Individuals with existing acute or chronic back pain find themselves...
Preventing Back Pain this Fall

Preventing Back Pain this Fall

Whether you’re suffering a lifetime of ongoing chronic pain or simply still recovering from a more recent temporary injury, this time of year poses special concerns, particularly for those dealing with back pain.  Everything from the change in weather to the...
Treatments for Acute Pain

Treatments for Acute Pain

What is Acute Pain? Most people experience pain at some point in their life whether it is temporary or ongoing. Acute pain presents as a pain that starts suddenly and typically feels sharp. Injuries such as broken bones, cuts, burns, and postpartum recovery are...
DRG Therapy for CRPS

DRG Therapy for CRPS

What Is DRG Therapy? Dorsal Root Ganglion Therapy, DRG for short, is a neuromodulatory therapy used to treat chronic pain. Dorsal root ganglions are collections of nerve cells that reside on both sides of each vertebrae at the dorsal root of the spinal nerve. There...