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14 Common Types of Chronic Pain Treated at Clearway Pain Solutions

Chronic pain is a debilitating condition that can make everyday activities extremely difficult. If you are suffering from chronic pain, you may be looking for a treatment solution. Clearway Pain Solutions offers comprehensive treatment for a variety of chronic pain conditions, including back pain, neck pain, and joint pain. 

What Types of Pain Does Clearway Pain Treat?

At Clearway Pain Solutions, we work to identify the underlying cause of the pain and develop a customized treatment plan based on the individual patient’s needs. We offer treatments for a variety of conditions, such as:

1. Back & Spine Pain

Nearly 65 million Americans report a recent episode of back pain and 16 million adults experience chronic back pain. Back and spine pain is prevalent amongst adults and can make everyday activities difficult. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including poor posture, injury, or degenerative conditions. Clearway Pain Solutions offers a variety of treatments for back and spine pain, including chiropractic treatment, bracing, and spinal decompression. Chiropractic care can help relieve pain and help you get back to your active lifestyle.

2. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel affects 2.7 to 5.8 percent of American adults and is the most common entrapment neuropathy in the United States. Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by compression of the median nerve, which runs through the carpal tunnel in the wrist. Some of the most common symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome include weakness when gripping objects, pain or numbness, a “pin and needles” feeling in fingers, or a swollen feeling in fingers. It is also common for pain or numbness to worsen at night, interrupting your sleep.  Clearway Pain Solutions offers minimally invasive treatments for carpal tunnel syndrome, including exercise to strengthen muscles, splinting your hand, anti-inflammatory medication, and surgery.

3. Cervical Radiculopathy

Cervical radiculopathy is caused by compression of the nerves in the neck. Symptoms of cervical radiculopathy include sharp pain, weakness, loss of reflexes and numbness in the arms and shoulders. Clearway Pain Solutions offers a variety of treatments for cervical radiculopathy, including physical therapy to strengthen muscles, medication to manage symptoms and injections to reduce inflammation and relieve pain.

4. Complex Regional Pain

Complex regional pain syndrome affects nearly 200,000 Americans annually. CRPS is caused by damage to the nervous system. The condition is characterized by chronic pain, swelling, and changes in skin color and temperature. Clearway Pain Solutions offers a variety of treatments for complex regional pain, including anti-inflammatory medication, physical therapy to maintain flexibility and prevent loss of muscle tissue, and surgery.

5. Degenerative Disc Disease

Approximately 40% of adults over age 40 have at least one degenerated vertebral disc. Degenerative disc disease is a condition that affects the discs in the spine. The discs act as cushions between the vertebrae and can degenerate over time. Symptoms of degenerative disc disease include pain in neck and shoulders, tingling and numbness in arms and fingers, muscle weakness, loss of strength. Clearway Pain Solutions offers a variety of treatments for degenerative disc disease depending on the severity of your symptoms Degenerative disc disease treatments may include stretching exercises, arthritis medicine, and pain management medicine.  

6. Disc Displacement

Herniated discs are most common in people in their 30s to 50s. Disc displacement is a condition that can occur when the discs in the spine become displaced. The most common symptom is pain at the site where the vertebra has fallen out of its alignment, which typically manifests as lower back pain. Other symptoms include numbness and tingling, weakening of muscles, muscle spasms, and back stiffness. Over time, the pain will get worse and your level of activity may also affect how severe your pain is. Clearway Pain Solutions offers specific treatment plans for disc displacement. A diagnostic consultation is the first step to creating a customized treatment plan for your back pain. 

7. Facet Joint Arthritis

According to a study on the prevalence of facet joint pain, “facet joint pain occurs in at least one region of the spine in 43% of patients, in two regions in 15%, and in all three regions in 2% of patients.” Facet joint arthritis is a condition that affects the joints in the condition that occurs when the discs in the spine become displaced. Symptoms of facet joint arthritis may include inflammation of the spine joints, back and neck pain, and stiffness. Clearway Pain Solutions offers a variety of treatments for facet joint arthritis, including anti-inflammatory medication, physical therapy, and if symptoms get worse, surgery. 

8. Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia affects approximately four million adults in the United States, or approximately 2% of the adult population. The condition is characterized by chronic pain and tenderness in the muscles, joints, and tendons. Fibromyalgia symptoms include extreme, chronic pain all over the body. It is also commonly associated with extreme sensitivity to pressure in muscles and the connective tissues surrounding the muscles. Some patients suffering from fibromyalgia also report symptoms of debilitating fatigue, sleeping more than usual, cognitive dysfunction, and joint stiffness. Clearway Pain Solutions offers a variety of treatments for fibromyalgia, including pain medication, physical therapy, occupation therapy and self care strategies to relieve pain. 

9. Headaches

50 to 75% of adults aged 18–65 years in the world have had headache in the last year. Headaches are a common type of pain that can be caused by a variety of factors, including stress, tension, and allergies. These aches manifests in the head, neck, and shoulders. Since headaches or migraines can be difficult to diagnose, a physician will ask questions about the pain episode onset, prior medical history, family history of migraine, and other symptoms. Clearway Pain Solutions offers a variety of therapy treatments for headaches, including Botox injections, nerve block injections, medications, massage therapy, and chiropractic care.

10. Joint Pain

Joint pain is a common type of pain that can be caused by a variety of factors, including injury, arthritis, and bursitis. It manifests in the joints, such as the knees, hips, and shoulders. Clearway Pain Solutions offers a variety of treatments for joint pain, including NSAIDs, physical therapy, chiropractic care and massage, stem cell and platelet-rich plasma therapy, and joint injections.

11. Muscle Spasms

Muscle spasms are very common, usually come on without warning, and are characterized by involuntary contractions of the muscles. Severe muscle spasms are also a common symptom of the sciatic nerves being compressed, a herniated disc, and scoliosis. These can lead to the bones in your spine, called vertebrae, pinching nerves, leading to extremely painful muscle spasms. Most often these muscles will spasm during the same activities and in the same areas of your muscles. Clearway Pain Solutions offers a variety of treatments for muscle spasm to help manage pain, control muscle spasms, and prevent your condition from worsening. Click here to learn more about how to prevent muscle spasms.

12. Post Laminectomy Syndrome

500,000 people go into surgery to correct back pain every year, and up to 20% of those patients suffer from failed back surgery or post laminectomy syndrome. Most common symptoms of post laminectomy syndrome include persistent back, neck, leg and arm pain, extreme sharp/stabbing pain. Clearway Pain Solutions offers a variety of treatments for post laminectomy syndrome, including physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medication, and injections. 

13. Spinal Stenosis

Spinal Stenosis is a condition that occurs when the spinal canal narrows. This can put pressure on the spinal cord and nerves. Symptoms of spinal stenosis include electric pain that radiates to arms and legs, reduction of sensation, weakness in arms, legs or other parts of the body.   Clearway Pain Solutions offers a variety of treatments for Spinal Stenosis, including physical therapy, activity modification, medication and Epidural steroid injections. 

14. Work & Auto Injuries

Work and auto injuries affect millions of adults in the United States every year. Clearway Pain Solution provides immediate motor vehicle accident injury evaluations without an appointment. Our Emergency Medical Condition (EMC) physicians assess injuries right away and provide information about the need for medical or surgical care related to the accident. 

At Clearway Pain Solutions, we also offer a variety of treatments for auto injuries, including ongoing care from your first assessment all through recovery, which means fewer returns to the emergency room and faster, more cost-effective treatment. After a work injury, you may be asked to take an evaluation during your recovery. Clearway offers professionally administered and accurate Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCEs), which test your function and ability to perform work-related activity, and objectively states what aspects of your job you can and cannot do. 

Schedule an Appointment Today

At Clearway Pain Solutions, we understand how chronic pain can impact every aspect of your life. We offer a variety of treatments that are designed to provide relief from chronic pain, including interventional pain management, medication management, regenerative medicine, chiropractic, massage, and physical therapy. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and start on the road to recovery. We will work with you to develop a treatment plan that meets your needs and helps you get relief from your chronic pain.

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