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Radicular Pain

Radicular pain, also known as radiculopathy, occurs when a nerve root in the spine becomes compressed or irritated. This type of pain typically radiates from the spine to other areas of the body, such as the arms or legs, following the path of the affected nerve. Common causes of radicular pain include herniated discs, spinal stenosis, and degenerative disc disease. It is crucial to identify the underlying cause of the pain in order to develop an appropriate treatment plan. Treatment options for radicular pain may include conservative measures, such as medication, physical therapy, and lifestyle changes, as well as more invasive interventions, like epidural steroid injections or surgery in severe cases.

If you're experiencing Radicular Pain, don't hesitate to schedule a consultation with the board-certified Radicular Pain doctors at Pain and Spine Specialists of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Our dedicated team of experts will work closely with you to determine the most effective treatment plan tailored to your specific needs, ensuring a swift recovery and improved quality of life. Contact us today and take the first step towards regaining control over your pain.

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At Pain and Spine Specialists, we are committed to delivering the highest quality of care to our patients. Our services are customized, keeping each individual's comfort in mind.

Please note: We are now accepting workers compensation insurance and personal injury claim patients.

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Our patient care coordinators are available to answer questions Monday - Friday from 8:30 am - 5:00pm.

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We Accept All Insurances!

That includes Medicare and state Medicaid.

How Soon Can I Be Seen?

Usually within one week of the initial call.

Appointments can be schedule by phone or through our contact form here.

What To Expect During Appointments

At Pain and Spine Specialists we provide comprehensive pain care while offering the most up-to-date minimally invasive techniques. Our ethos is to treat each patient (and potential patient) as if they were a family member.

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At Pain and Spine Specialists we want to provide the most efficient and pleasurable experience possible. As in all medical facilities, we have certain policies in place to ensure that you receive the time you require to address your needs as well as enhance your experience while in our care.

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