Houston Area Pain Relief Doctors Now Treating Sciatica

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Advocate Pain Management Center, a comprehensive and interventional pain medicine clinic, is now treating sciatica.

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Advocate Pain Management Center

Sciatic pain can be controlled so you can get your life back.

Advocate Pain Management Center, one of the most comprehensive pain management clinics in the great Houston area, is now treating sciatica. Sciatica refers to radiating pain in the back, hips and legs. It is caused by the compression or irritation of the spinal nerve root in the lower back. The pain distribution follows the sciatic nerve from the lumbar spine to the hips, buttocks, legs and feet. An injury to the lumbar spine can cause a number of symptoms in the lower body, and can develop suddenly or over time.

The two primary causes of sciatica are a herniated disc and degenerative disc disease, but there are also other conditions which can pinch the spinal nerve and cause sciatica. Some of these are bone spurs, narrowing of the spinal canal, injury and infection. Early diagnosis is very important to enable proper diagnosis and treatment. Use of X-rays, CT scans and MRI can all be used to diagnose this condition. Once properly diagnosed, treatments include physical therapy, reasonable narcotics and cortisone. These methods are very effective at avoiding costly and painful surgery.

The interventional pain management doctors at APMC make every effort to alleviate pain the in the best way possible for each patient. The center uses the most sophisticated diagnostic and treatment methods available. Living with any type of chronic pain, can change all aspects of daily living. The Board Certified doctors at the center are skilled at diagnosing and then treating the source of pain to ensure that each patient reaches his or her highest level of function.

Advocate Pain Management Center accepts most insurances and has 3 locations in the Houston area. For more information please call 713-475-8686

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