27 Nov Charleston’s Back Pain Doctor
Do you suffer from long term back pain? If your answer is yes then it is time for your pain to be taken into control. Charleston’s back pain doctor, Dr. Alexander is the specialist for you. He focuses on spine injection procedures and the non-surgical treatment of spine and orthopedic related pain. Dr. Alexander is board certified and recognized as a Diplomate of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He is also board-certified in the specialty of Pain Medicine by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Board of Medical Specialist.
The second most common reason patients visit the doctor is due to back pains in the lower back or lumbar pain, only behind the common cold. The majority of the population is suffering from a type of back pain. As well as many conditions with the spine which can be significantly painful. Common causes for back pain include the following, a bad disc irritating a nerve, joint inflammation, arthritis, or muscle strain. Treatment options that are non-surgical include, but are not limited to, trigger point injections, epidurals, selective nerve blocks, facet injections, sacroiliac joint injections, intradiscal steroid injections, spinal cord simulations, and physical therapy. Back pain occurring in the middle of the back is another type of back pain that occurs. Muscle strain is usually the cause of pain in the middle of the back. In some cases, the pain can be caused by a disc or joint. When a nerve in the mid-back region becomes irritated it can cause a large amount of pain. Individuals have described the radiation of the pain into the side of the chest and occasionally into the front chest wall. Some mid back pain is seen from the neck to lower back areas. If you are experiencing pain in your back in these various areas contact Dr. Alexander today!
Our spine is a very important part of the body it allows us to move, supports the body, and protects the spinal cord with every part of our body’s motion and functioning. Spine care and being aware of the way we move through our days, the way we lift and use our bodies, can go a long way in preventing damage to the major bundle of nerves, bones, and structures that make up our spine. Bending and stretching can put a strain on your spine. Move things around in your home that you use frequently in easy to reach places. This will help minimize bending and stretching. Another great way to care for your spine is good posture. Choose chairs with lumbar support and avoid slouching or learning for extended periods. This will help prevent pain in the future.
Non-Surgical Spine Center is Charleston’s Back Pain Doctor
Dr. Alexander established his practice with the mission of providing patients and clinicians a non -surgical alternative in the treatment of spine and musculoskeletal pain. He utilizes the most current and innovative diagnostic therapeutic techniques. He offers his patients a multitude of options for improving daily function and quality of life while significantly decreasing levels of pain. If you are interested in learning more about the practice and want to get a hold of your back pain contact us today!