At NorthEast Spine and Sports Medicine, we’re proud to offer a variety of care and treatment options to our patients that need help with headache relief. Today, there are many over-the-counter options for treating headaches, many new medications and procedures that have been shown to offer relief, and there are also trials for new treatments occurring all over the world every day.
You take the charge, go hard in the paint, fight for a rebound and jump on a loose ball. Over time, your foray at playing in a local recreation basketball league is starting to take its toll. Your excitement of sharing your stat line has dissipated into groaning over your bumps and bruises.
Thankfully, we at NorthEast Spine & Sports Medicine, the leading sports medicine practice in the Brick, NJ region, have a solution for you. By using cold laser therapy, you will return to form and not hesitate at grabbing the offensive board to help your team.
From catching a ball to typing on a keyboard, even a slight discomfort can mar your ability to do what you need to do. When pain turns chronic, it can be a bit scary. If your pain seems to not have a direct cause or is caused by normal activities and is reoccurring, you’ll want answers as soon as possible.
At NorthEast Spine and Sports Medicine, we explore every avenue to diagnosis and treatment to ensure that you are able to take the best route to alleviate pain. Proper diagnosis requires the proper tools, and we’d like to take this opportunity to highlight one particular tool in our arsenal—electrodiagnostic medicine.
Are you looking for pain management doctors in or around Ocean County, NJ that can help to relieve the pain caused by all types of neuropathies?
If you’re experiencing pain and/or numbness, tingling or burning sensations in your limbs, or any other symptoms of neuropathy, we know how difficult it can be for you just to get out of the bed in the morning. At NorthEast Spine and Sports Medicine, we help to alleviate the pain caused by all types of neuropathies using MicroVas Therapy.
Here at NorthEast Spine and Sports Medicine, we know that many violent and non-violent automobile accidents can result in severe whiplash, fractures, muscle tears and strains, as well as many other injuries. Whether you need surgery, or don’t need surgery after being in a motor vehicle accident, we want you to know that if you want to fully recover from any injuries or pain, you can get in touch with NorthEast Spine and Sports Medicine to receive physical therapy.
Physical Therapy is for More Than Just Sports or Work-related Injuries
If you were recently in a car, motorcycle, or truck accident and are having trouble regaining your flexibility and mobility, or are just suffering from constant pain, physical therapy is a great option for you.
Why Post-Surgical Rehabilitation Is Important After Orthopedic Surgery, and What You Can Expect at NorthEast Spine and Sports Medicine
If you’re a competitive athlete, or someone else who made the decision to receive orthopedic surgery to alleviate pain or improve function for certain types of joint, spine, or nerve conditions, you may be wondering what comes after your surgery is complete.
Well, recovering from orthopedic surgery often requires you to take part in a post-surgical rehabilitation program that will help you to not only recover from surgery but make sure you get the most out of your orthopedic surgery, heal, and regain mobility.
At NorthEast Spine and Sports Medicine, we know that many of our patients are so focused on the number of hours they will spend in the hospital, that they often forget how important it is for them to take the time to recuperate with a post-surgical rehabilitation program.
In sports, pain is an obstacle. In competition, any additional obstacle to victory is one that gives opponents an edge.
For athletes, pain is often a part of training. When pain turns chronic, however, it’s an impediment to performance.
The Achilles tendon runs along the entirety of the calf to the middle of the foot on the back of the leg. Allowing the foot to be angled, the Achilles plays a vital role in movement. When in constant pain, even the most menial of tasks can become laborious.
NorthEast Spine & Sports Medicine has numerous ways to treat pain and injury. This time, we’re taking a look at a pain management technique that is on the cutting edge of medical technology—PRP.
At NorthEast Spine & Sports Medicine, our goal is to provide you with the treatment you need to get you back to work, on the field, or in the gym. Whether you have suffered a back injury due to training in the weight room, playing sports, or lifting heavy items at work, we have you covered.
We provide non-surgical spinal decompression to alleviate both chronic and severe back pain. If you are in search of a clinically proven treatment for your back, look no further. Here’s what you need to know about non-surgical spinal decompression.
Athletes everywhere rely on their bodies to push and pull them through the most competitive tasks. Any handicap can spell the difference between victory and defeat. When it comes down to it, pain is more than a burden, it’s a disadvantage, one that gives opponents an extra step.
It’s no secret that athletes play through pain every single day. But, they shouldn’t have to play that way and at NorthEast Spine & Sports Medicine, we’re doing everything we can to ensure that sports players don’t have to live that reality. Here at NorthEast Spine & Sports Medicine, our focus has always been on providing the greatest levels of care around; it’s lead us to an integrated approach, one that encompasses a number of treatment styles.
As you may have already figured out, it is quite easy to suffer a shoulder injury if you’re an athlete.
Skating toward the boards to track down the puck, you are greeted by an opposing defenseman who promptly slams you into the plexiglass and strips you of the puck, stifling your chance in the offensive zone.
As a quarterback, your job is to take care of the ball and move your team up the field with crisp, responsible passes. The play is set in motion, and you see your receiver break to a soft spot in coverage. You are just about to throw the ball but are instead met with a sudden impact that sends your shoulder into the cold ground and the ball bouncing to the other team.
There are many different scenarios that can cause a shoulder injury. Whether you are playing hockey, football, basketball or lifting weights, you are susceptible to shoulder problems such as: