Michigan Spine and pain partners with patients to relieve pain and improve function quickly, safely, and effectively. We do this by employing qualified and compassionate staff, using evidence based diagnostic and treatment plans, and using a patient centered approach to care. Regular benchmarking and a strong focus on growth ensure we will continue to be the regional leader in the field of multidisciplinary pain medicine.
Do you suffer from any of these symptoms? Michigan Spine & Pain can help you.
Spinal Stenosis is the narrowing of the one or more areas in a person’s spine - causing focused lower back pain that can shoot up and down the legs at times. Spinal Stenosis, or lower back pain, is a condition that tends to occur as people age, and is most common in patients over 50.
When your back hurts - your day to day activities can become unbearable. Just sitting, bending or twisting can cause sharp pain, dull aches or numbing and tingling. A main cause to these symptoms is a herniated, bulging or protruding disc, also sometimes referred to as a ruptured disc. There are viable treatment options available.
With the neck, the most common problems are related to the discs located between the bones and the muscles in the neck. Neck pain, or cervical pain, can lead to pain and problems in the entire body if the spinal cord is compressed. We have customized programs to reduce or eliminate neck pain all together.
Degenerative disc disease is one of the most common causes of low back pain, yet can also be one of the most misunderstood and difficult to diagnose. It is the single most common diagnosis related to serious back pain and neck pain, and tends to occur more frequently with age.
Hip pain can be associated with many different causes - osteoarthritis, disease, injury and many others. At Michigan Spine & Pain, we provide a wide variety of non-surgical treatments to relieve musculoskeletal pain, particularly in the Hips. Our treatments include physical therapy, injections, and medical management.
Knee pain is one of the most commonly reported ailments that patients report to their doctors, and can be caused by a variety of sources: injury, arthritis, disease, and more. Michigan Spine & Pain will diagnose and treat your knee pain with a treatment plan suited specifically to your pain management needs.