Interventional Spine Treatments
Living with a spine disorder can impact your quality of life. There are many different injuries and degenerative diseases that can affect your spine, limiting your mobility and causing chronic pain. Our spine specialists at Allied Pain & Spine Institute in Mountain View offer interventional spine treatments that can help you get relief and improve your mobility. Our multidisciplinary approach, using the least invasive treatments, can minimize risks while addressing your pain and mobility concerns.
From the cervical (neck) spine down to the lumbar (lower back) spine, many issues can affect movement and comfort. Workplace injuries, car accident and sports injuries can cause soft tissue, nerve or bone damage that can impact your spine. Degenerative disease, wear and aging issues can also affect the health of your spine. The first step in eliminating pain and improving mobility is accurately diagnosing the source. Our medical team uses the most advanced options for spine diagnostics to guide the course of treatment for patients.
Conservative and Minimally-Invasive Treatment Plans
Back or spine surgery can be risky and does not always achieve the results desired. Our spine specialists want to explore all other options for patients before considering any type of surgery. Many conservative treatments can offer pain relief with fewer risks or invasive procedures. Combining minimally or non-invasive treatments in a personalized plan can often help our patients delay or completely avoid the need for conventional spine surgery. Some of the interventional spine treatments we recommend at our clinic in Mountain View include:
- Medication Management
- Minimally Invasive Surgical Treatments
- Endoscopic Discectomy
- Endoscopic Foraminotomy
- Endoscopic Laminectomy
- Endoscopic Surgical Stabilization
If you are suffering from chronic pain or limited movement due to a spine injury or disorder, contact Allied Pain & Spine Institute today to schedule an informative consultation with one of our spine specialists to discuss treatment options to give you relief and improve your quality of life. We have clinics in Mountain View, San Jose and Los Gatos, CA, to serve you.