Take our pain self-assessment quiz to better understand what type of neck or back pain you may be suffering from.
8 out of every 10 people experience serious neck or back pain. In fact, spine pain is the #2 reason Americans go to the doctor. While some pain may go away within a few weeks, certain symptoms might require that you see a spine doctor immediately.
Take this assessment to get closer to diagnosing the cause of your pain and how urgently you need to seek treatment.
Your answers to these questions combined with the results from a comprehensive diagnostic study are an excellent way of deciphering what type of pain you may be suffering from and how to properly treat it.
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Cervical pain is often described as sharp, burning, or radiating and most often derives from the center of the neck. When pain shoots down to the arms causing weakness or a tingling sensation, it’s typically associated with radiculopathy — pain resulting from one or more pinched nerves. The treatment options for this area of pain may include medication, pain-relieving injections, and a variety of physical therapy techniques. Surgery is rarely required, and you can rely on the team of experts at Spine Team Texas to exhaust all non-surgical options before recommending a minimally invasive surgical treatment.
Why settle for a single doctor when you can have a team of spine experts? Our unique approach to diagnosis and treatment ensures you get multiple point-of-views, especially in complex cases.