Discogenic Pain Relief and Treatment in Mountain View
If you are seeking effective discogenic pain treatment in the Mountain View area, trust our experts at Allied Pain & Spine Institute. When a vertebral disc is damaged, it can result in pain and discomfort. Referred to as discogenic pain, symptoms that occur due to spinal disc damage can be categorized under this condition when there is not a specific issue such as a bulging or herniated disc. At Allied Pain & Spine Institute in Mountain View, we offer diagnosis, treatment and relief for back pain at our clinics, using advanced options in non-invasive spinal procedures.
Discogenic pain impacts millions of people in the U.S. and is one of the most common types of back pain. It can occur due to an injury or strain on the vertebral discs, or can be linked to other genetic, lifestyle or medical factors. Those that are overweight, smoke or lack exercise can be more likely to incur discogenic pain, but it can also be caused by injury or trauma. The good news is that our Mountain View team of spinal experts at Allied Pain & Spine Institute have non-invasive treatment options that can offer relief from discogenic pain and improve the quality of life for our patients suffering from this condition.
Non-Surgical Treatment of Discogenic Pain
In many cases, discogenic pain can be treated effectively without the need for surgery. Our Mountain View clinic offer state-of-the-art equipment and technology to address the causes of back pain, with highly experienced spinal experts to create an effective treatment plan. Each patient is treated based on their individual medical needs and symptoms. The treatments are tailored to the patient, but may include physiotherapy, chiropractic care, medication management, injections, diet/nutrition management and other non-surgical options.
If you are suffering from discogenic pain, it is time to get the relief you deserve. Contact Allied Pain & Spine Institute in Mountain View today to schedule a consultation and exam with one of our spinal physicians to begin exploring the treatment options to give you relief.