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Nerve pain can be brought about by no one singular cause and may require a series of treatments if it persists or becomes chronic.

Lower back pain affects the lower spine area and can be brought about for a number of reasons, which may lead to acute or chronic pain.

Neck pain can have a variety of causes and can range from mild to severe with some cases requiring minimally invasive treatment methods.

Sciatica is a condition that occurs due to irritation and pressure being placed on the sciatic nerve due to a number of factors.

Spinal stenosis occurs due to the narrowing of the spinal cord and is typically the result of shifting in the spine due to osteoarthritis.

Herniated discs occur when the inner area of a vertebral disc ruptures, greatly affecting flexibility, mobility, and the ability to absorb pressure.

A pinched nerve most often affects the spine but can occur in various areas in the body by putting increased pressure on an affected nerve.

Neuropathy is a condition that develops due to nerve damage, existing in several different forms based on the location of the affected nerve.

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) often occurs in the legs and arms, causing a number of symptoms that may need minimally invasive treatment.

Facet joint pain, also known as facet joint disease, can lead to pain in the back and neck that may require a series of minimally invasive treatments.

Facet syndrome can develop when the facet joints of the spine are damaged or begin to break down over time due to overuse and wear and tear.

Spinal arthritis is a disease that affects the joints and structures of the spine, often due to the natural aging process or a previous injury.

Degenerative disc disease is an age-related condition that develops with the weakening and breaking down of one or more spinal discs.

Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain condition that causes a variety of unpleasant and uncomfortable symptoms and can occur for a number of reasons.

Myofascial pain syndrome is a chronic pain disorder that is caused by elevated pressure in sensitive areas of the muscles (trigger points).

Phantom limb pain can occur after an amputation procedure, resulting in discomfort that appears to be coming from the removed limb.

Cancer pain can affect varying parts of the body and can be the result of a variety of factors, requiring advanced pain management care.

Headaches and migraines can be both painful and debilitating, leading to a variety of unpleasant side effects and affecting your quality of life.

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