(PRWEB) October 18, 2013
When it comes to missing time from work, losing concentration and being able to do things around the house, degenerative disc can be a detriment. Surgery for degenerative disc disease entails risk, meaning that the best way to handle pain caused by degenerative disc disease is non-operative methods. By incorporating traditional and alternative treatment methods, SpinePain & Orthopedic Injury Center maintains a high rate of success for relieving and managing ongoing pain levels.
Degenerative disc disease does not always present the same, therefore, treatment needs to be individualized for the best results. A popular and successful method for relieving and treating inflammation in the lower back, and the subsequent pain associated with degenerative disc disease is an epidural steroid injection (ESI). SpinePain & Orthopedic Injury Center is now offering the epidural steroid injections to patients presenting with specific symptoms in both their Clearwater and Tampa offices.
Dr. Lee Ann Brown of the SpinePain & Orthopedic Injury Center explained that the clinic hopes to provide people from in and around the Tampa Bay area way to relieve pain, and “live a better quality of life.”
Degenerative disc disease is the degeneration of one or more intervertebral disc(s). It is a condition that can be painful and can greatly affect the quality of one's life.
SpinePain & Orthopedic Injury Center is a private medical practice that treats patients with spinal and orthopedic conditions or injuries. SpinePain has offices on both sides of Tampa Bay. The Pinellas County office is located at 28050 US HWY 19 Suite 100; Clearwater, FL 33761 and the Hillsborough County office is located at 4700 N Habana Avenue Suite 505; Tampa, FL 33614. SpinePain & Orthopedic Injury Center can be found online at http://www.210back.com.