Pain management is designed to treat chronic pain and allow a person to live a full, enjoyable life. Pain management requires a person's dedication, commitment, and knowledge in order to achieve the best results. It can be a great alternative to back pain surgery. It's important to understand the differences between non-invasive non-drug pain management (e.g. exercise), pain management (e.g. pain medications and anti-depressants), and invasive pain management (e.g. injections).

Since manufacturers have developed a number of features to make the devices used in spinal cord therapy smaller, more effective, and more comfortable.

There are several additional electrotherapy treatments that healthcare professionals may use to treat specific issues.

Overview of pain management and treatment for chronic back pain and neck pain, including medications, non-invasive and invasive pain medicine.

Should you see a physiatrist for your back pain? How does physiatry work? Watch this video to discover how your back pain can be treated by a physiatrist.

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