CONDITIONS TREATED

Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain (LBP) can affect 50-80% of adults at some point in life. Patients often see significant improvements after treatment

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Sciatica

Sciatica or leg pain is intense and can occur due to a trapped nerve or herniated disc in the back. Treatment can effectively control symptoms.

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Neck pain and Whiplash

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Whiplash is damage to soft tissue in the neck commonly caused by accidents or sports injury. Treatments vary based on symptoms

Nerve Pain

Nerve pain can be intense stabbing shooting or burning pain anywhere which is due to a trapped or injured nerve. 

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Post-Surgical persistant pain

Pain management options provide a less invasive method to manage symptoms without further surgery, which may not always be successful.

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Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is a condition of wear and tear of joints. Pain management techniques may help symptoms and help to avoid joint surgery.

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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

CRPS is a complex condition which can include unrelenting severe pain usually in a limb. Treatment is best managed in a specialist pain management clinic with multidisciplinary input

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