Comprehensive pain management is vital to a patient’s healing process. Our doctors can thoroughly evaluate your pain symptoms in order to accurately diagnose the cause.
Once we have an accurate diagnosis, we will work together with you to create a treatment plan that will effectively address your pain.
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I can't say enough good things about Dr Rao, when no one else could tell me what was causing my back pain he helped me find out what the issue was . He is patient and extremely knowledgeable and very good at what he does! I am not surprised that all his staff are kind , caring and patient in their quest to help me have a better quality of life.
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Osteoporosis is the most common cause of compression fractures. Osteoporosis is a condition in which bones become weakened with age due to losing calcium and other minerals.
- Trauma to the back
- Tumors that started in the bone or spread to the bone from elsewhere
- Tumors that start in the spine, such as multiple myeloma
Pressure on the spinal cord from hunched over posture can, in rare cases, cause:
- Back pain that starts slowly, and gets worse with walking, but is not felt when resting
- Loss of height, as much as 6 inches over time
- Stooped-over posture, or kyphosis, also called a dowager’s hump
- Difficulty walking
- Loss of control of the bowel or bladder
Our physicians are board certified, and are dedicated to giving you a comprehensive exam that will aid in diagnosing the cause of your symptoms. Using advanced diagnostic techniques, our back pain specialists will find out the reason for your pain, and then get you on the road to better health rigaht away. Here are a few steps our physicians use when completing their comprehensive exams:
- We take your complete medical history to identify or rule out possible causes of your painNumbness
- We conduct a thorough physical exam
- We carefully review your symptoms, including how you would describe the pain (burning, achy, dull, etc.) and whether certain positions or activities make the pain feel better or worse
- We may order diagnostic tests, including spine x-ray, bone density test, CT scan or MRI, to help us diagnose your chronic pain
Treatments we offer for vertebral compression fractures include:
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We are dedicated to the provide the highest quality of patient care and services. We truly have each individuals comfort in mind.
At Pain and Spine Specialists, our team of physicians and nurse practitioners are committed to giving you the most effective treatment when treating your pain. We believe that all patients should have access to quality care, and that is why you can find us conveniently located throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.