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Conditions We Help at Triad Pain Group

person with knee painThere are a number of conditions Our interdisciplinary team consults and treats patients for, from common sciatica pain to headaches and lower back pain:

Sciatica »
Pain or discomfort associated with the sciatic nerve. This nerve runs from the lower part of the spinal cord, down the back of the leg, to the foot. Injury to or pressure on the sciatic nerve can cause a sharp or burning pain that radiates from the lower back or hip.
Migraines »
The most severe form of headaches, caused by the enlargement of blood vessels releasing pain-causing chemicals. Migraine headaches may result from the relationship between the brainstem’s interactions with the trigeminal nerve, which causes a chemical imbalance.

Headaches »
A pain that occurs anywhere on the head or neck. Headaches have also been linked to hormonal fluctuations, depression, sinus infections, reactions to food and perhaps the most common cause — lack of sleep.
Fibromyalgia »
A neurosensory disorder characterized by widespread muscle pain, joint stiffness, and fatigue. The condition is ongoing, but pain comes and goes and moves about the body. The disorder is often misdiagnosed.
Neuropathy »
A condition characterized by nerve damage, which can lead to many symptoms, including pain, numbness, tingling, and muscle weakness.
Lower back pain »
A common symptom that may be either sharp and intense, or chronic over time. It may be caused by a variety of diseases and disorders that affect the lumbar spine. Lower back pain is often accompanied by sciatica.
Carpal tunnel syndrome »
A numbness, tingling, weakness, and other problems in the hand because of pressure on the median nerve in your wrist’s carpal tunnel. The median nerve controls movement and feeling in your thumb and first three fingers. Pain can come from swelling, inflammation or anything that makes the carpal tunnel smaller.
Arthritis »
Often thought of by the public as any disease involving pain or stiffness of the musculoskeletal system. Arthritis is not a single disease, however, but a group of more than 100 diseases that cause pain and limit movement.
Frozen shoulder »
A painful condition marked by stiffness and limited motion that progresses until the shoulder does not have mobility. A thickening of the connective tissue surrounding the shoulder joint is responsible for restricting shoulder movement.
Plantar Fasciitis »
The inflammation of the thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of your foot and connects your heel bone to your toes.

person with back pain

When you have pain in your musculoskeletal system, it involves the muscles, bones, joints and their connective tissues. Our team of medical providers treat the following:

Neck and back pain »

A common problem, with two-thirds of the population having neck pain at some point in their lives. Neck pain may arise due to muscular tightness in both the neck and upper back, or pinching of the nerves emanating from the cervical vertebrae. Joint disruption in the neck creates pain, as does joint disruption in the upper back.
Herniated Disc/Facet Injury »
Herniated discs are a painful rupture of the fibrocartilage of the disc between spinal vertebrae, while a facet injury is due to damage in the facet joints in the spine.
Muscle and Joint Pain »
Stems from issues in the muscles and joints. They can include:

  • Arthralgia: a sharp, severe pain extending along a nerve or group of nerves and experienced in a joint or joints.
  • Myalgia: a muscular pain caused by a sprain or strain.
  • Shoulder pain: discomfort involving the musculoskeletal tissues, nerves, or blood vessels of the shoulder area. This region includes the clavicle, upper humerus, and scapula. The shoulder performs several different types of movement and plays a role in lifting weight, so shoulder pain is very common and experienced by most adults at some point.
  • Tennis or golf elbow: an inflammation of several structures of the elbow. These include muscles, tendons, bursa, periosteum and epicondyle (bony projections on the outside and inside of the elbow, where muscles of the forearm attach to the bone of the upper arm).
  • Hip pain: a general term used to describe pain felt in or around the hip joint. When pain is felt in the hip joint, the pain is attributed to joint issues. When the pain is felt out or around the hip joint, the pain is attributed to problems with the muscles, ligaments, and tendons that surround the hip joint.
  • Knee pain: this has several forms, and there are many ways to treat it. The knee is one of the largest, most complex joints in the body. The muscles that support the knee are the quadriceps in the front of the knee and the hamstrings in the back. These structures are connected through an intricate compilation of ligaments and cartilage.

person with shoulder painA part of their comprehensive care plans for patients, Our team of specialists treat patients both before and after operations, for rotator cuff injuries, herniated discs, and ACL/MCL/meniscus tears:

Rotator Cuff »
A group of tendons and muscles in the shoulder, connecting the upper arm (humerus) to the shoulder blade (scapula). The rotator cuff tendons provide stability to the shoulder; the muscles allow the shoulder to rotate.
Laminectomy »
A surgical excision usually done to relieve the symptoms of a herniated disc by disc excision. The spinal canal is exposed and the portion of the nucleus pulposus that has herniated through the ruptured disk is removed. This is considered when conservative treatment is not effective and nerve damage is becoming progressively worse and the patient’s pain is increasing.
ACL Tears »
Occurs following the extreme stretching or tearing of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in the knee.
MCL tears »
Occurs following the extreme stretching or tearing of the medial collateral ligament.
Meniscus Tears »
A laceration of the meniscus most commonly caused by abrupt twisting or hyperflexion of the knee joint.

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The team at Triad Pain Group firmly believes in the importance of staying knowledgeable on the latest advancements and evidenced-based research to support successful clinical outcomes. Our intra-disciplinary approach helps us deliver the highest standard of quality care, individualized to each patient.

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