It is highly likely that everyone will experience back pain at some point in their lives, and while it can put someone out of commission for a little bit, chronic back pain is extremely problematic. Back pain that lasts three months or more or past the expected time of healing and recovery is considered chronic.
Pain Management Blog
Premier Spine and Pain Management is committed to excellence in patient care. With two locations in New Jersey and one in Pennsylvania, Dr. Kandra and Dr. Szollas are dedicated to chronic pain management and minimally invasive spine solutions for their patients.
When you suffer from a chronic pain condition – that is, pain that has lasted three months or more – seeing a pain management specialist can make all the difference. A pain management specialist like the doctors at Premier Spine and Pain Management are specifically trained and experienced in advanced treatments for pain management.
While many of us will experience neck pain that is due to stress or bad posture, chronic neck pain can be extremely painful and can limit neck mobility. Neck pain can be due to injury, disc problems, or as the result of a condition like scoliosis. At Premier Spine and Pain Management, our pain specialists are experienced in treating painful conditions of the neck.
Chronic joint pain can cause loss of mobility, range-of-motion, and function and can reduce a person’s quality of life. At Premier Pain and Spine Management, our pain management specialists have several treatment options to help manage joint pain and help those who suffer from chronic joint pain have a better quality of life.
While everyone may get a headache every once in awhile, migraines are chronic headaches that are accompanied by other symptoms including nausea, dizziness, and sensitivity to light and sound. At Premier Spine and Pain Management, Dr. Arun Kandra and Dr. Laszlo Szollas have worked with migraine patients to help find solutions for alleviating the pain and debilitation that go along with migraines.