About Facet Joint Pain
Facet joint pain is a condition that affects the joints of the spine, resulting in acute or chronic discomfort of the neck and/or back. Also known as facet joint disease, this condition generally develops after an injury or trauma. When the facet joints in the spine are compromised, it brings on symptoms, such as severe back pain, limited mobility, and stiffness. Our team at Tricity Pain Associates in North Dallas specializes in treating chronic back pain and has helped countless individuals who are suffering from facet joint pain. If you are unable to achieve an optimal comfort level with at-home care regimens, it may be time to see a medical professional. Contact our office in Carrollton, Prosper, McKinney, or Irving, TX to visit with one of our seasoned physicians about your back pain today.
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Facet Joint Pain Treatment
There are several treatment options available for improving facet joint pain, but our first step in developing your custom treatment plan is to perform a thorough health assessment of your condition. This involves reviewing your symptoms, level of pain, and general medical history. Certain medications and/or preexisting health conditions can affect your treatment, which is why it's important to disclose this information with us during your consult. Our goal is to provide safe, effective care that can help dramatically improve your symptoms. Conservative approaches to facet joint pain include physical therapy and anti-inflammatory medication while more advanced treatment options often include steroid injections or RF ablation (rhizotomy).
Contact Tricity Pain Associates in Carrollton, Prosper, or McKinney, TX to schedule a private consultation to learn more.