Chronic Pain Symptoms
If you are experiencing consistent or chronic pain, fatigue or any other of the symptoms outlined below please contact Innovative Pain Solutions immediately. Many conditions can be treated and bring the patient back to normal if not near normal function. A wide variety or treatment options are available at our office.
To read more about each condition simply click the name of the condition to be taken to our “Conditions” page.
Common symptoms of this condition include:
- Sharp pain
- Tingling sensation in the neck or arms
Facet Joint Syndrome
- Muscle weakness
Please note that these symptoms often occur unpredictably and in some situations, only a few times per month or per year. Persistent tenderness over the inflamed facet joint is also common to this syndrome.
For herniated discs in the lumbar spine the most common symptoms are leg pain. If you are experiencing a herniated disc in the cervical spine, depending on the specific location, symptoms can include:
- Weakness in the upper arm
- Shoulder pain
- Weakness in the triceps, extensor muscles of the fingers
- Numbness and tingling in combination with pain down the arm and middle finger
- Weakness when gripping with the hand
Lumbar Radiculopathy (Sciatica)
This pain is originally felt in the spine and radiates down the back of the leg, buttocks, hips or lower extremities. The symptoms are often felt on one side of the body.
Post-Laminectomy syndrome symptoms are as follows:
- Dull and achy pain felt in the spinal column
- Stabbing or sharp pain
- Leg pain
- Depending on your situation, the same type of pain one experienced prior to surgery
The symptoms most commonly attributed to Spinal Stenosis are: pain, weakness of the muscles, numbness, and impaired bowel or bladder control.
Should you suffer from this condition, methods of treatment often include physical therapy, medication and in some cases surgery.
Symptoms of whiplash include:
- Neck pain
- Pain between the shoulder blades or in the shoulder
- Fatigue, problems sleeping and irritability
- Pain or numbness in the hand or arm (sometimes both)
- Lower back pain
- Trouble with concentration
- Difficulty remembering information
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Symptoms of this syndrome often include:
- Chronic pain in the legs, foot, arms or hand
- Muscle contractions or spasms
- Loss of muscle
- Sensitivity to pain
- Tingling, burning, prickling feeling
- Headache, redness, stiffness, tenderness and depression in certain cases
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