Common Causes of Back Pain

Common Causes of Back Pain

Bulging or ruptured disks – The soft material inside a disk can rupture or bulge and press on a nerve. Disks act as cushions between the bones (vertebrae) in your spine. However, you can have a ruptured or bulging disk without back pain. Disk disease is often found...
When to See A Doctor for Persistent Back Pain

When to See A Doctor for Persistent Back Pain

Most back pain gradually improves with home treatment and self-care, usually within a few weeks. See a doctor if your back pain: Persists past a few weeks, Is severe and does not improve with rest, Is accompanied by unexplained weight loss, Causes weakness, numbness,...
Primary Goal of a Pain Specialist

Primary Goal of a Pain Specialist

The primary goal of a pain specialist is to find the root cause of your pain. Accomplishing this goal requires collaboration with your primary care physician and other specialists – and listening to your complaints carefully. call us at (770) 212-3991 If you are...
Finding the Root Cause of Pain

Finding the Root Cause of Pain

Don’t suffer in silence! If you have been experiencing pain for a long period (more than three months), or if you were seeking care from a primary or specialty care physician and are still experiencing pain, then it is high time to see a pain management specialist...
Pain-relief Methods

Pain-relief Methods

There are different pain-relief methods, including at-home treatments and prescriptions, over-the-counter (OTC) medications, and invasive procedures such as surgery. Pain relief usually does not happen overnight, but it can. Every person experience pain in a unique...