Conservative Treatment Options
Research has shown that therapeutic stem cell injections can help reduce inflammation and lead to repair of previously damaged tissue. Stem Cell Therapy may provide an alternative to surgical intervention, in certain cases. To learn more, click here.
Many patients can receive significant relief from over-the-counter medication such as ibuprofen, naproxen, or acetomenophen. Prescription strength non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) may be used when over-the-counter medications are ineffective.
These injections aim to decrease pain or compression of a nerve, by decreasing inflammation. The location and nature of the injection is contingent on the patient’s diagnoses.
Braces for your back
Following spinal surgery, you may be required to wear a brace to immobilize your spine. This will promote effective healing and prevent pain by restricting movement.
Braces for your cervical-thoracic spine
Certain injuries (or surgeries) may require special braces such as a cervical-thoracic spine brace. This brace immobilizes both your neck and upper back.
Braces for your neck
Neck braces may be appropriate for certain surgeries or injuries. This will promote effective healing and prevent pain by restricting movement.