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Pain Management Conditions

We Treat and Manage Pain For Some Of The Toughest Conditions

If you have been suffering from pain and are looking for a solution please contact Dr. E. Magaziner to learn how he can help. Dr. Magaziner has been helping patients by using the latest scientific innovations for the past 15 years. Specializing in Platelet Rich Plasma, Stem Cell Therapy and Prolotherapy.

 

Ankle & Foot Pain

Every ankle takes a beating, even if you’re not an athlete or don’t exercise. There are many causes of ankle pain, and it is important to see a doctor when you experience ankle and foot pain.

 

Arthritis

There are two main forms of arthritis. One is inflammatory such as Rheumatoid Arthritis and the other is degenerative. Learn more about how we can help with your arthritis pain.

 

Back Pain

Back Pain or spinal pain is named by the region that is occurs such as: neck pain, mid back pain and lower back pain. This back pain can also radiate into the arms or legs and may include weakness, numbness or tingling.

 

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

It’s most often the result of a combination of factors such as congenital narrowing, other medical conditions such as obesity that can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome.

 

Cervical Neck Pain & Whiplash

A common association with most car or truck accidents is cervical neck pain & whiplash in most instances when the vehicle has been hit in the rear.

 

Chest Wall Pain

The chest wall includes the skin, ribs and muscles that surround the ribs. Costochondritis is inflammation of the area where the ribs and breastbone meet and can also cause pain and discomfort in the chest wall.

 

Disc Herniation & Radiculopathy

The Disc Is A Shock Absorber Between The Spinal Vertebras. If the liquid center herniates out it can press on a nerve and cause inflammation which is termed radiculopathy.

 

Elbow Pain

Elbow pain can be caused by injury or strain to the bones in the elbow joint, the surrounding muscles, or the tendons.

 

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & Fibromyalgia

If after significant testing no cause is identified, and your fatigue is of greater than six months in duration, you may have met one of the criteria for being diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome.

 

Headaches & Migraines

Headaches of all sorts can affect anyone and are set off by many different things; causes of migraines are indefinite though, yet this pain is related to blood vessel tightening and contracting as well as other changes in the brain; sometimes abnormalities in the brain.

 

Hip Pain

Some pain in the hip is even the result of back pain. It is the sensation of discomfort in or around the hip joint, where the upper end of the thighbone fits into the socket of the hipbone causing hip pain.

 

Joint Pain

Many times joint pain is not a result of aging but a direct result of damage cause by injury or wear and tear.

 

Knee Pain

There are many causes of knee pain such as: Injuries to the ACL, meniscus tearing, knee bursitis (inflammation of the bursae), Tendinitis, bone degeneration, cartilage tearing, dislocated kneecaps, hip or foot pain, Arthritis, Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome, Osgood-Schlatter Disease, Osteochondritis Dissecans, and Iliotibial band syndrome.

 

Low Back Pain

Some common causes are poor posture, muscle tension and spasm, muscle strains, ligament sprains, disc herniation “slipped disc”, joint inflammation, and degeneration (arthritis) which can all lead to low back pain.

 

Myofascial Pain & Repetitive Strain Injuries

People with myofascial pain syndrome have muscle pain that persists or worsens. Myofascial pain caused by trigger points has been linked to many types of pain, including headaches, jaw pain, neck pain, low back pain, pelvic pain, and arm and leg pain.

 

Neck Pain

Most neck pain comes from normal stress and tension brought on by poor posture with daily and work activities. In most cases neck pain is not serious.

 

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD), also known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), is an incompletely understood response of the body to an external stimulus.

 

Sports Injuries

Every workout should start with a gentle warm-up to prevent injuries. This increases blood flow to the muscles and gets you more flexible helping to prevent most sports injuries.

 

Shoulder Pain

The rotator cuff in the shoulder is made up of four tendons. It is these tendons that give the shoulder a wide range of motion, but sometimes can cause shoulder pain.

 

Temporomandibular Joint Pain

It causes problems or symptoms in the muscles we use to chew with and the joints that connect your lower jaw to your upper jaw, and inevitably the skull.

 

Wrist Pain

Inability to move the wrist, hand, or a finger is often a sign of a possible broken bone causing wrist pain.