Our medical team at Spine, Orthopedics and Rehabilitation offers nerve pain treatment for the residents of Melbourne, Rockledge, Titusville, Palm Bay, and the surrounding communities in Florida.
What is Nerve pain?
Nerves are special cells in the body that carry messages between the brain and the other areas of the body. Nerves can sense pain, cold, heat, touch, and many other sensations. Nerve pain is especially challenging because it can be localized or radiate. Nerve pain can even occur in an area of the body that is not near the point of injury. Below are some of the conditions associated with nerve pain.
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment
- Cubital Tunnel Syndrome Treatment
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
- Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
- Face Pain Treatment
- Nerve Entrapments
- Phantom Limb Pain
- Post Herpetic Neuralgia/Shingles Pain Treatment
- Sciatica Pain Treatment
- Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment
- Trigeminal Neuralgia Treatment
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment
Carpal tunnel symptom develops when pressure is placed on the nerve that goes through an opening located over the small bones of the wrist. The condition may cause pain in the fingers and hand.
Cubital Tunnel Syndrome Treatment
If you have ever hit your funny bone, you know what it is like to experience pressure on your ulnar nerve. Cubital tunnel syndrome describes a condition in which there is persistent pressure on this nerve.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
CRPS is a chronic pain that occurs in the legs and arms. It usually develops after and injury and affects only one limb.
Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
Also known as diabetic nerve pain, diabetic peripheral neuropathy describes damage to the nerves that is caused by uncontrolled diabetes. You may experience numbness and discomfort in the legs. More advanced cases involve digestive disorders, heart rate issues, and bladder problems.
Face Pain Treatment
Face pain, such as headaches and migraines, make life very difficult. Our face pain treatment options help to alleviate your symptoms without surgery.
Neuralgia most often occurs in the head and face, but this nerve disorder can develop in any part of the body. The discomfort is most often linked to swallowing, talking, and chewing.
Also known as pinched nerves, nerve entrapments happen when inflammation or a bone places constant pressure on a nerve in the body. The nerve entrapment may be caused by an injury, overuse, or poor body mechanics.
Phantom Limb Pain
Phantom limb pain is experienced by individuals who have a limb amputated. The pain develops in a manner that mimics the presence of the amputated limb. The cause of phantom nerve pain has not been identified, but it is believed to be associated with overactive nerve endings.
Post Herpetic Neuralgia/Shingles Pain Treatment
If you have shingles, you may develop post herpetic neuralgia, a type of nerve pain that causes a burning sensation after shingles heal.
Sciatica Pain Treatment
The sciatic nerve travels from the lower spine, through the pelvic bone, and down the leg. Sciatic pain causes a range of symptoms, such as shooting pain, cramping in the buttocks, and burning in the buttocks. People with sciatic pain have a very difficult time getting comfortable, as almost any position causes pain.
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment
Tarsal tunnel syndrome is a type of injury in the ankle. It causes discomfort in the sole of the foot and is most prevalent in those who have a history of ankle injuries.
Trigeminal Neuralgia Treatment
The trigeminal nerves carry signals between the brain and areas of the face. Trigeminal neuralgia is a condition in which a person has pain associated with the branches of the nerve. Women who are 50 years or older most often develop the condition.
What Are the Benefits of Nerve Pain Treatment?
- No surgery required
- Conservative approaches that preserve tissues
- Advanced treatments
- Improves mobility and quality of life
- Effectively reduces symptoms
What Should I Expect from My Nerve Pain Treatment?
We offer comprehensive diagnostic and lab testing to accurately diagnose the reason that you have nerve pain. Our treatment options include:
- Lumbar sympathetic block
- Trigeminal nerve block
- Occipital nerve blocks
Does Insurance Cover the Cost of Nerve Pain Treatment?
We can review your insurance coverage for nerve pain treatments at the time of your consultation. Most policies require that you pay a portion of the cost. Should you need assistance with the cost of nerve pain treatment, speak with our patient coordinator to learn about payment plans, discounted rates, and other options.
Pain is Unnerving!
Our team of physicians and staff offers nerve pain treatment for the residents of Melbourne, Rockledge, Titusville, Palm Bay, and the surrounding communities in Florida. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.