The spine is an intricate part of the human body and it is responsible for many functions of the body, including the ability for us to stand upright and to move about freely. It is also home to the spinal cord, which is a bundle of nerves that carries signals from all parts of the body to the brain. Those signals are responsible for the voluntary and involuntary functions of the body and they also carry signals of pain when part of our body is hurt. Unfortunately, some of us suffer from chronic back pain due to issues that occur with the spine. What are some of those issues that may take place?.
One of the problems that frequently takes place in the spine is an injury which could result in a herniated disc. The intervertebral disc material forms a cushion between the vertebrae and allows the vertebrae to move independently of each other. When an injury occurs or because of the degeneration that takes place over time, that area may become damaged and a nerve could be pinched. This can result in severe spinal pain and it can make it very difficult for you to lead a life that is pleasant. There are also many other types of injuries and issues which could result in lower back pain or upper back pain.
When you have chronic spinal pain, it can be difficult to focus on the positive things in life. At The DFW Pain Docs, however, we can assist you in, not only dealing with pain but in some cases, with overcoming the pain that you are experiencing. Through a number of innovative treatment techniques and because of our vast experience in dealing with painful conditions, we understand what is available for you and what can be done so that you can improve your quality of life.
There is no need for you to continue dealing with pain indefinitely. There are treatment options that are available which have assisted many individuals and we can assist you in dealing with your pain as well. Contact The DFW Pain Docs today for more information about what we have to offer to you so you can overcome the painful condition that you are experiencing.