Discover Relief: National Pain Awareness Month
Have you been living with constant pain? September brings a chance to change that – National Pain Awareness Month! Did you know that around 50 million Americans deal with chronic pain every year? If you're one of them, it's time to take action.
Ignoring chronic pain can lead to bigger problems like feeling weaker, trouble sleeping, and even feeling down. It's like hoping a leaky roof will fix itself – it just gets worse.
You might have joint or body pain, which most of us feel at some point. But here's the thing – you don't have to tough it out. When pain shows up, don't just push through. Getting help early can make a big difference and prevent more issues down the road.
At NY Spine & Pain Specialists, we're your partners in feeling better. Our board-certified team of specialists are experts in minimally invasive treatments and pain relief therapies for a diverse range of conditions: ailments in the back, neck, knees, hips, elbows, and more. Their expertise addresses degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, neuropathic pain, complex regional pain syndromes (CRPS), and musculoskeletal-related sports injuries, among others. They have extensive experience in spinal cord stimulation, the Mild procedure, the Vertiflex procedure, and the new Intercept procedure for low back pain, among other minimally invasive procedures to achieve better pain control.
While surgery may be recommended for some patients, NY Spine & Pain Specialists is dedicated to working with each patient to develop a tailored treatment plan that may include a referral to rehabilitation therapy, pain management injections, and/or minimally invasive procedures.
So, if you're tired of hurting, why not take this month to explore new options? NY Spine & Pain Specialists are ready to work with you on a plan that might include therapy, special shots, or those smart procedures.
This National Pain Awareness Month, say goodbye to constant pain and hello to feeling better. Your journey to feeling good again starts now.