Back pain is a common complaint among Americans. In fact, as many as half of all Americans report some type of back pain in a given year. The cost of caring for back pain exceeds $50 billion annually. Spine pain is also the number-one reason for employee absenteeism and workers’ compensation claims.
Dr. Eric Robinson understands that the nature of your pain depends on its source. He will thoroughly evaluate your medical history and previous exams and, if necessary, may order or perform additional tests. Dr. Robinson also brings advanced procedures to your diagnosis and a thorough understanding of the mechanisms and nuances of spine pain.
Some of the back pain conditions we diagnose and treat include:
Work and sports injuries
Degenerative disc disease
Cervical radiculopathy – Cervical nerve compression
|Facet joint syndrome
Failed back surgery syndrome
Post laminectomy syndrome
Kyphosis compression fracture
Spondylolisthesis – Stress fracture of the spine
Coccydynia – Tailbone pain
At Auburn Pain Specialists, we offer the most advanced treatment options for your spine pain. Most of these treatments are minimally invasive and highly effective, and not always available at other practices.
Here are some of the leading-edge methods we use to relieve your spine pain:
|Cervical epidural steroid injections
Cervical selective nerve root block
Cervical facet radiofrequency neurotomy
Caudal epidural steroid injection
Diagnostic medial branch facet nerve blocks
Facet joint injections
Lumbar facet radiofrequency neurotomy
Lumbar epidural steroid injection
Lumbar transforaminal epidural steroid injection
|Percutaneous disc nucleoplasty
RACZ caudal neurolysis
Sacroiliac joint steroid injection
Spinal cord stimulation
Thoracic facet radiofrequency neurotomy
Thoracic transforaminal epidural steroid injection
MILD® (Percutaneous Minimally-Invasive Lumbar Decompression)
Don’t let neck pain or back pain prevent you from living your life. Get lasting relief from leading-edge care and techniques at Auburn Pain Specialists. Call our East Alabama office now at (334) 501-2005 or request an appointment online.
Please visit our Patient Education Library to read more about chronic pain.