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When exploring medical treatments for lower back and leg pain, there are many factors to consider. Any surgery can cause complications, but when surgery is done near the spine and spinal cord, the risk can be extremely high. Recovery time, complication risk, and duration of results are just a few factors that can greatly impact

What is Complex Regional Pain Syndrome? Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (or CRPS) is a condition that is most often caused by an injury to the arms or legs. Individuals who develop long term pain and inflammation following one of these injuries may be diagnosed with CRPS. This is caused by damage to nerves called the

So what causes Back Pain? There are a variety of factors that may contribute to an individual developing back pain. Often times back pain may be caused by heavy lifting or manual labor that may disrupt the composition of the back. Back pain can also, however, simply be caused as a process of aging. The

With the outbreak of COVID-19, we are experiencing an unprecedented time in healthcare. Medical professionals are being challenged to provide the best care to our patients in a very stressful environment. It is more critical than ever to build trust and maintain patient safety and adjust standards of practice to adhere to both state and

Hope you enjoyed the first issue of Pain Now. The inaugural issue focused on continuing a collaborative effort with primary care and pain physicians to prevent the over prescribing of opioids and offer alternative treatments for chronic pain. The goal is to present treatment solutions to improve pain and function, and minimize medications being prescribed

We’re excited to introduce our first monthly newsletter: Pain Now. This publication provides our Dayton community of providers with information on prevalent chronic pain related topics. The first issue covers:   Letter From The Editor Opioid Update Role of Spine Specialists Acute Opioid Prescribing Laws Happening This Month National Drug Takeback Day Read the October