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Chronic Neck Pain Shouldn’t Dominate Your Life
Chronic Neck Pain Facts You Should Know
Chronic neck pain can be incredibly debilitating, leading to a loss of
function, the inability to sleep, and the inability to live a normal life.
While it is often hard for conventional therapies to treat, there are
some facts you should know.
- Chronic neck pain is:
- Also referred to as cervical pain.
- The result of any number of disorders and diseases stemming from tissues
in the neck.
- A condition that may include the following symptoms: lightheadedness, gland
swelling, dizziness, swishing sounds in the head, pulsations, sharp shooting
pain, fullness, difficulty swallowing, tenderness, tingling, numbness.
Neck pain can be the result of numerous issues, accidents, diseases, or
- Common causes of chronic neck pain include, but are not limited to:
- Degenerative disc disease
- Neck strain
- Herniated disc
- Pinched nerve
- Worn joints
- Muscle strains
- Bone spurs
- Rheumatoid arthritis
Common Chronic Neck Pain Testing Procedures in the Chicago Area
It's important to understand before starting a chronic neck pain treatment
you should have a medical evaluation and diagnostic tests. During the
medical evaluation your doctor will typically evaluate your chronic neck
pain condition. Our doctor provides non-surgical relief from serious disc
conditions in the neck such as bulging discs, herniated discs, degenerative
discs, and more.
- Your doctor will use one or more of the following testing procedures:
X-rays: a procedure often chosen to help assess joints, degenerative lesions and
bones located in your spine.
Cat Scan (CT): a standard procedure used of a patient has trouble obtaining and MRI or
if the doctor suspects issues in the bones.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): a method commonly used when performing a full evaluation on your lumbar
spine is necessary.
Myelogram: a test where dye is injected into your spinal column to aid in flexing
the area before you are x-rayed.
Bone Scan: a procedure that requires the patient to receive a small radioactive tracer
injection that is "tagged" to a calcium like material. The tracer
is typically injected into a vein in the arm. The procedure takes about
4 hours and has no side effects.
Chronic neck pain is a serious condition. Without effective treatment you
are risking increased pain that can ultimately be more difficult to treat.
An Advanced Technology Driven Non-Surgical Treatment Approach
ProMED Pain Rehabilitation Institute is a revolutionary treatment center
that has helped countless numbers of patients across the Chicagoland area
with chronic neck pain without the use of drugs, injections, or surgery.
Our exclusive non-surgical disc pain treatment has one primary goal: to
treat the cause of your pain without invasive surgery.
There is no down time, no pain during the process, and no side effects.
Contact our Non-surgical Spine Treatment Center today at (630) 426-3270 to see if you qualify for our innovative approach
to disc repair.