Neck & Back Pain Treatment
Many patients suffer from neck pain or stiffness on a daily basis, commonly caused by bad posture or overuse of the muscles. Neck pain can also be caused by a fall, sports injury, or whiplash from an automobile accident. While a majority of the time, neck pain and back pain is not serious, it can worsen and require a doctors visit and treatment. Our pain center has decades of experience in the management and treatment of chronic neck and pack pain.
In order to best treat your specific condition, it is vital to have a deep understanding of your symptoms. During your visit, our physicians will conduct a physical examination and thoroughly evaluate your medical and family history. Taking these steps will allow us to craft a personalized treatment plan to manage your pain, and help you regain control of your life. Some of the most common symptoms to look out for include:
Dull, sharp, or burning pain in the area
- Reduced mobility
Numbness & tingling in the arms or legs
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If you feel that you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911 or go to your local emergency room. If you need immediate assistance from your provider after hours, please call 281-991-2200 to reach our call service center.
Webster Neck & Back Pain Doctors
Our Webster neck and back pain doctors perform a selection of treatments for those suffering from acute or chronic pain. Whether you were recently involved in a car accident, injured playing a sport, or diagnosed with a serious medical condition, our pain center is uniquely qualified to provide the highest level of clinical care and relief. Our main goal is to provide patients with the medical advice and treatment they need to live happier, pain-free lives.
During your visit to our office, our orthopedic physicians will conduct a thorough physical examination, and will carefully evaluate your medical and family histories. Additionally, we will consider all of your symptoms in order to successfully identify the root of the problem, and treat it successfully. Our team specializes in dozens of conditions, disorders, and illnesses that lead to neck and back pain, and provides the highest level of spine care in Harris County.Make an Appointment
Traumatic injuries are physical injuries that occur suddenly and can be severe enough to warrant urgent medical assistance. These types of injuries oftentimes require hospitalization, treatment, and aftercare. Traumatic injuries can result from blunt force, fractures, and burns caused by events such as automobile and sports accidents. The severity of the injuries can vary significantly and require different forms of treatment to be managed successfully.
Certain illnesses and medical conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, herniated discs, and pinched nerves are also known to cause chronic neck and back pain. In these cases, treating the root cause of the conditions is a crucial part of achieving pain relief. Many conditions go undiagnosed and can worsen the longer they go untreated. Our team of expert neurologists can help successfully identify these issues and provide effective treatment.
The possibility of being involved in an automobile accident is a risk we all assuming when driving a vehicle. This type of accident is one of the leading causes of chronic neck and back pain, considering the immense amount of force they exert on our bodies upon impact. Whiplash, the back-and-forth movement that occurs rapidly during a crash, can often cause long-term neck pain that can worsen over time.
Slip & Fall
Slip and fall injuries can be serious and cause individuals severe damage, particularly the elderly. Falling down the stairs or slipping on a wet surface are some of the most common ways in which people injure their necks and backs. Injuries caused by slip and fall accidents can include debilitating fractures, soft tissue damage, and even death. It is crucial to treat the symptoms as soon as possible in order to minimize pain and discomfort.
The overuse of certain body parts and strenuous force applied when practicing certain sports can lead to sports injuries. While some of these injuries only cause temporary pain, many of them can cause chronic pain symptoms. The most common kinds of sports injuries include bruising, sprains, fractures, and concussions. Receiving medical attention after becoming injured playing a sport is vital for ideal recovery, as you may be more injured than you realize.