Herniated Discs

A herniated disc (also known as a slipped disc or ruptured disc) occurs when the outer portion of the disc is damaged and the inner material leaks and irritates the surrounding nerves. Depending on where it’s located, a herniated disc can cause pain, numbness, or tingling in the arms and legs. Treatments include: Spinal Injection, Physical Therapy

Degenerative Disc Disease

Degenerative Disc Disease is the description of what happens to the discs in your spine as you age. When these changes occur, you are more likely to suffer from osteoarthritis, a herniated disc, or spinal stenosis. Depending on the condition the damaged disc has caused, Advanced Pain Management may offer a variety of treatments including: Spinal Injection, Physical Therapy

Compression Fracture

A compression fracture occurs when the bone tissue of the vertebral body collapses, usually in the vertebrae in the spine. Osteoporosis is the most common condition that causes a compression fracture, along with trauma to the back. Pain is usually experienced at the source of the fracture. If not treated, further health deterioration may follow. Elderly adults, especially women, are most susceptible to compression fractures. We offer a variety of treatments for compression fractures including Vertebroplasty and a minimally invasive procedure called Kyphoplasty. Click here to watch a video.


Sciatica refers to pain that radiates along the path of the sciatic nerve. This nerve runs from your lower back through your hips and down each leg. Most often, the pain related to sciatica affects only one side of your body. A herniated disc, bone spur, degenerative disc disease, or spinal stenosis is most likely to blame for sciatica. At Advanced Pain Management treatment may include: Spinal Injection, Physical Therapy

Pinched Nerves

Pinched nerves occur when too much pressure from surrounding tissues (bones, cartilage, muscles or tendons) is applied to a nerve. The pressure disrupts the nerve’s function and causes pain, tingling, numbness or weakness. Pinched nerves can occur multiple places in the body. Treatment at Advanced Pain Management may include: Spinal Injection, Physical Therapy

Joint Pain

Joint pain can range from mild to severe and occurs when there is injury, inflammation (arthritis) or infection. Treatment includes: Ultrasound Guided Joint Inection, Physical Therapy

Spinal Stenosis

Spinal Stenosis is the narrowing of spaces in the spine. This compression leads to pressure on the spinal cord or the nerves along the spine depending on where it occurs – usually in the neck or lower back. Pain often varies. Treatment Includes: Spinal Injection, Physcial Therapy

Chronic Back Pain

Treatment Includes: Spinal Injection, Physical Therapy


Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition characterized most commonly by musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, trouble sleeping, changes in mood and chronic pain. Treatment Includes: Trigger Point Injection, Physical Therapy