Nerve Pain

Nerve Pain in Seymour & Jeffersonville, IN

Nerve pain can cause sharp, stabbing pain that can interrupt your enjoyment of life. If you are suffering from nerve pain that has lasted more than three months, your interventional pain management doctor can help you get relief.

Causes of Nerve Pain

There are many factors which can cause nerve pain, including:

  • An accident or injury which has caused nerve damage
  • Medical conditions including diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson’s disease
  • A compressed or pinched nerve
  • A herniated disc in your spine

How Nerve Pain Affects You

Nerve pain can lead to weakness or numbness in your extremities and other parts of your body. The pain can lead to difficulty walking, sitting, standing, and performing the activities of your daily life.

What To Expect During Your First Appointment

During your first appointment, your interventional pain management doctor will perform a comprehensive physical examination, which may include nerve conduction and other testing to determine the level of nerve function. Imaging studies and laboratory testing may also be recommended.

How Your Interventional Pain Management Doctor May Treat Your Nerve Pain

Your interventional pain management doctor may recommend several treatments to help with nerve pain, including:

  • Spinal decompression therapy, to decompress your spine and relieve compression and pinching of the nerves in your spine
  • Epidural injections using anesthetic and steroid medications to reduce pain and inflammation
  • Cervical facet joint injections to determine the specific location of pain and to reduce inflammation and pain
  • Radiofrequency ablation to reduce nerve signals and pain
  • Electrical Stimulation to increase blood flow and reduce pain

If you are suffering from chronic nerve pain, don’t wait another day to get the help you need. Call (812) 523-3700 now to schedule an appointment with Dr. Anthony Alexander at The Pain Medicine & Rehabilitation Center, with offices in Seymour and Jeffersonville Indiana.

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