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Spine and Wellness Centers of America welcomes you to a new era in spine care - an institute devoted completely to the diagnosis and treatment of spine-related problems, wellness management and pain management.
Chronic pain affects millions of Americans today. It has become a national health problem. Chronic pain increases as people age and we need to have a better understanding of what is, how to treat it and how to prevent pain.
Spine and Wellness Centers of America has been recognized as a center of excellence and is proud to be home to world recognized spine experts who use a multidisciplinary approach to offer an efficient and effective healthcare. We have offices in Aventura, Miami, Ft Lauderdale and Hollywood.
Our international staff speaks English, Spanish, Portuguese, Lithuanian and Russian.
Most chronic pain results from tissue injury, and treatment is aimed at targeting the tissue involved and the nature of the injury. Think of it this way: the existing nerve endings are traumatized and irritated, and this results with the nerves constantly sending burning, searing pain signals directly to the brain.
Using a needle, relatively small amounts of corticosteroids, together with a local anesthetic, are injected into the epidural space around the spinal cord and spinal nerves. The anti-inflammatory effect of the corticosteroid is responsible for providing pain relief when Radiculopathy...
The Fascia Iliaca Block is used to help decrease pain in the leg, hip, or knee. This minimally invasive injection procedure is utilized to block pain signals originating at the femoral nerve. The purpose of this injection is to block pain signals before they get to the brain which will, in turn, decrease pain.
ARE YOU FEELING BACK PAIN?
By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Nov. 9, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- High-frequency electrical stimulation of the spinal cord may relieve severe chronic back pain more effectively than conventional low-frequency stimulation, a new study finds. In initial testing, the device...
You're not alone.
By Mary Elizabeth Dallas HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Oct. 19, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Even if they know the pills are fake, chronic back pain sufferers may get relief from placebo drugs, a new study indicates. Researchers found that patients who knowingly took..