Pain Management Blog


Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain condition that has several symptoms including widespread pain, chronic fatigue, memory issues, and mood issues. One of the difficulties of fibromyalgia is that sometimes the onset follows an injury, surgery, or infection, but in some cases, the onset simply comes gradually over time and symptoms worsen. At Premier Spine and Pain Management, the pain management team helps patients manage the symptoms of fibromyalgia to increase quality of life and function.

Anatomy of the Spine

The spine is an amazing part of the body that makes a lot of what we do possible. Problems with the spine can also cause significant chronic pain. At Premier Spine and Pain Management, Dr. Arun Kandra and Dr. Laszlo Szollas are dedicated to helping chronic pain patients find relief.

Managing Pain From Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetes is a difficult enough condition to manage, but according to The Neuropathy Association, 60-70% of those who have diabetes also suffer from diabetic peripheral neuropathy, a painful chronic condition that is secondary to diabetes. At Premier Spine and Pain Management, Dr. Arun Kandra and Dr. Laszlo Szollas can help diabetic neuropathy patients manage their pain and help increase their mobility and function.

Techniques to “Heal” Heel Pain in Runners

Although particularly common in runners, heel pain can develop in overweight individuals or in people who wear shoes without adequate support. The pain management doctors at Premier Spine and Pain Management can determine whether or not you’re suffering from plantar fasciitis with a quick, painless physical examination!

Genicular Nerve Ablation for Chronic Knee Pain

This Blog Covers…

  • Genicular nerve ablation is a minimally invasive procedure for chronic knee pain.
  • Also called radiofrequency neurotomy, this procedure stops genicular nerves within the knee from transmitting pain signals to the brain.
  • The pain management physicians at Premier Spine and Pain Management discuss how genicular nerve ablation effectively alleviates knee pain.

Post Laminectomy Syndrome (Failed Back Surgery Syndrome)

This Blog Covers…

  • Post laminectomy syndrome, also called failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS), is chronic pain that develops after back surgery.
  • This syndrome may require interventional pain treatment (i.e. injections, medication, etc.) or an additional surgery to alleviate pain and discomfort.
  • Dr. Arun Kandra and Dr. Laszlo Szollas of Premier Spine and Pain Management discuss the causes, symptoms and treatments for post laminectomy syndrome.

Office Locations

  • Branchburg  |  3322 US Highway 22 West, Branchburg, NJ 08876
  • Flemington  |  2 Kings Court, #203, Flemington, NJ 08822
  • Clark  |  152 Central Ave., Clark, NJ 07066
  • Edison  |  10 Parsonage Road, #102, Edison, NJ 08837
  • Easton  |  3735 Easton/Nazareth Hwy., #203, Easton, PA 18045


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