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Alleviate Your Pain.

Chronic pain can limit your life. With accurate diagnosis and treatment. The severity of your pain and the frequency with which it occurs can be reduced. Everyone’s pain is different, and what reduces or relieves pain for one patient may not work for another. To provide patients with the best opportunity for pain relief, NY SPINE CARE offers wide variety treatment options, including procedures, surgeries, medications and behavioral therapy.


Common Types of Treatments for Pain Management

+ Epidural Injection

Treats radiating pain; deposit the medication, typically steroids in the epidural space of the spine.

+ Nerve root block injections

Target a specific spinal nerve and deposit medication around the nerve at the point where it exits the intervertebral foramen (bony opening between adjacent vertebrae).

+ Facet joint injections

Treat pain stemming from a specific facet joint.

+ Medial branch blocks

Deposit medication around the medial branches of spinal nerves. The medial branch is a nerve that sends pain signals to the brain from an arthritic facet joint. An injection directed around the medial branch can relieve neck and lower back pain.

+ Sacroiliac (SI) joint injections

Treat pain originating from the SI joint, which connects the spine to the pelvis.

+ Radiofrequency ablation (RFA)

Treats pain by lesioning medial branch nerves of the facet joints.


*Pain relief from these injections may occur within a few hours or may take 1 to 2 weeks to take effect, such as in RFA. Initially, there may be some restriction of physical activity, following which, routine activities may be resumed. These treatment injections are commonly used in combination with physical therapy to strengthen the surrounding muscles and restore mobility.

Other Treatments

Our doctors provide the best opportunity for pain relief.

Trigger Point

Trigger point injections are used to treat muscular pain due to "knots" in your muscles, specifically painful areas of muscle that does not relax.

Percutaneous Discectomy 

Percutaneous discectomy is a minimally invasive treatment to decompress intervertebral disc to help relieve pain.

Spinal Cord Stimulation

Spinal cord stimulation is when a "spinal cord stimulator" device is temporarily implanted at the targeted area of pain.


Kyphoplasty is a procedure that is minimally-invasive, non-surgical procedure that is performed when you have a compression fracture or a break in one of your vertebra.




Get relief from your pain.

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