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Put Your Back Pain to Rest: Comprehensive Back Pain Solutions at Pro Spine & Pain

Are you tired of being held back by persistent back pain? Does the mere thought of standing up or bending down make you wince in anticipation? 

Don’t agonize; you’re not alone. Millions of people suffer from back pain daily, struggling to find relief and enjoy their lives to the fullest. But it’s time to put your back pain to rest with the help of comprehensive back pain solutions offered by Pro Spine & Pain!

In this blog, we will explore the cutting-edge techniques and treatments provided by our highly skilled interventional pain doctors dedicated to helping you overcome the crippling effects of back pain. Say goodbye to sleepless nights and missed opportunities, and step into a world where pain no longer dictates your daily life. Let’s dive into the life-changing solutions that await you at Pro Spine & Pain!

Understanding the Prevalence & Impact of Back Pain

Back pain is a widespread issue affecting millions of people worldwide. It is one of the leading causes of disability and can significantly impact a person’s daily life, work, and overall well-being.

Common Causes of Back Pain

  1. Muscle or Ligament Strain: Overexertion, heavy lifting, or awkward movements can strain muscles and ligaments in your back, leading to pain and stiffness.
  2. Disc Issues: Spinal discs act as cushions between the vertebrae in your spine. Herniated or degenerated discs can cause pain as they press on nearby nerves.
  3. Spinal Stenosis: This condition occurs when the spinal canal narrows, compressing the nerves and causing pain, numbness, and weakness.
  4. Osteoarthritis: Wear and tear on the spine’s joints over time can lead to osteoarthritis, resulting in stiffness, pain, and limited mobility.
  5. Spondylolisthesis: When a vertebra slips out of its proper position and onto the bone below, it can compress nerves and cause back pain.
  6. Poor Posture: Sitting or standing with poor posture for extended periods can put strain on the muscles and ligaments in your back, leading to discomfort.
  7. Obesity: Carrying excess weight puts added stress on your spine, increasing the risk of developing back pain.
  8. Skeletal Irregularities: Congenital or acquired abnormalities, such as scoliosis or kyphosis, can cause discomfort and pain in the back.
  9. Fractures: Compression fractures or fractures due to trauma can result in back pain.


At Pro Spine & Pain, our interventional pain doctors conduct a comprehensive evaluation to determine the root cause of your back pain. This process includes a detailed medical history, physical examination, and imaging studies, such as X-rays, MRI, or CT scans.

Non-surgical treatment options for back pain

We provide a variety of non-surgical treatments for back pain, including medication management, epidural steroid injections, facet joint injections, radiofrequency ablation, vertebroplasty & kyphoplasty and spinal cord stimulation. Our team also emphasizes the importance of physical therapy and lifestyle changes to enhance treatment outcomes.

When Surgery May be Necessary

At Pro Spine & Pain, our primary goal is to offer comprehensive, customized care to our patients. While non-surgical treatments are typically the first line of defense against back pain, we understand that in some cases, surgical intervention may be necessary to provide relief and improve the quality of life for our patients.

Our team of skilled interventional pain management doctors specialize in minimally invasive procedures, to address the underlying causes of back pain. However at times, surgical procedures are required to treat your underlying condition for which we will refer you to orthopedic spine surgeons. These surgical treatments may include:

  1. Discectomy: Removal of a herniated or damaged disc that is pressing on a nerve.
  2. Laminectomy: Elimination of the lamina (the back part of the vertebra) to create more space for the spinal cord and nerves, often used to treat spinal stenosis.
  3. Spinal Fusion: Fusing two or more vertebrae together to stabilize the spine and reduce pain caused by movement.
  4. Artificial Disc Replacement: Replacement of a damaged disc with an artificial one to restore mobility and relieve pain.
  5. Foraminotomy: Enlargement of the opening where nerve roots exit the spinal canal to alleviate nerve compression.

Preventing Back Pain Recurrence

Preventing back pain recurrence is vital for long-term relief. We provide guidance on proper posture, ergonomics, exercise, and weight management to help you maintain a healthy spine and avoid future issues.


At Pro Spine & Pain, we are committed to providing comprehensive back pain care that addresses the root cause of your pain. Reach out to our experienced interventional pain doctors to discuss your back pain treatment options today.