Having neck pain might mean many things, more than just a simple stiff neck. Especially if you've been experiencing it way too often, consult a neck pain specialist to finally treat your condition.
Gramercy Pain Center offers a comprehensive treatment plan involving a mix of prescription medication, physical therapy, and other procedures for pain management. Our neck pain specialist is a guaranteed board-certified expert, so patients can rest assured they're in good hands.
Simple neck pains may be a common occurrence that's easy to overlook and shrug off with a pain relief medication. But if you start experiencing chronic pain, it's best to seek a pain management specialist – your chronic neck pain may be caused by something else.
Gramercy Pain Center offers a thorough screening for patients to receive an accurate diagnosis for their chronic pain. With our pain management specialist, we offer them integrated neck pain treatment.
The neck is made up of bones or vertebrae, muscles, and ligaments that support the head, where the cervical discs absorb the shock. Neck pain may be caused by several issues, like injury, inflammation, or any other abnormalities involving these parts.
Common neck pains can be resolved within a few days – these are usually caused by poor posture or poor sleeping position. But if it's still going on for quite some time, consult a neck pain specialist immediately.
Neck pain is already a symptom of an underlying problem in itself, but differentiating the type of pain, location, and other details will go a long way in receiving an accurate diagnosis.
Here are other symptoms that usually come with neck pain:
Consult our pain management specialist to assess the condition of your chronic pain.
Neck pain is a broad condition caused by many underlying issues regarding the neck muscle, cervical spine, spinal cord, and other surrounding parts.
Patients with neck injuries will also experience neck discomfort. They had either been in a car accident, sports injury, or any other accident. They may also experience whiplash, or the sudden and forceful back-and-forth movement of the neck, causing strain in the neck muscle and ligament.
Consult a pain management specialist if you experience persistent neck pain.
Your chronic neck pain may have an underlying cause which our pain specialist will look into. Gramercy Pain Center offers a holistic neck pain treatment that will help bring pain relief.
Consult Gramercy Pain Center for a treatment plan for neck pain relief.
There are many underlying causes of chronic neck pain which are sometimes accompanied by lower back pain, shoulder pain, and others. Our pain management specialist diagnoses the reason behind your neck pain through a series of consultations and imaging tests.
Once our interventional pain management specialist has arrived at an accurate diagnosis, we offer patients integrated treatment options to address neck discomfort and the underlying cause of the symptoms:
Patients suffering persistent neck pain and other symptoms, such as lower back pain, shoulder pain, muscle weakness, and more, may consult our interventional pain management specialist to receive solutions for pain relief.
Neck discomfort or pain may be due to a herniated disc, lifestyles like poor posture, injury, or other abnormalities. Gramercy Pain Center offers a wealth of treatment options for injured patients or those experiencing chronic pain.
Schedule a consultation with us to receive a neck pain treatment.
Neck pain may either be just from a simple strain or from a serious underlying cause. Have your condition checked by our neck pain specialist at Gramercy Pain Center to restore your quality of life and address any medical concerns immediately.
Your first step towards recovery starts with a consultation with us. Receive different types of solutions for your condition, such as physical therapy, regenerative medicine, and other pain relief procedures. Start your journey to living pain-free and contact us today.
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