According to the National Health Interview Survey conducted in 2006, approximately 30% of adults say they are experiencing some form of joint pain. 18% of respondents identified that knee pain was the main cause of their pain. Are you one of those individuals that is suffering from knee pain? Are you trying to figure out the next course of action to help relieve your knee pain?
Atlanta Cervical Spondylosis Treatment
For expert Cervical Spondylosis treatment, you can turn to the experienced professionals from Ortho Sport & Spine Physicians. We are an orthopedic spine and sports medicine practice located in Atlanta, Georgia. Our double board certified Interventional Spine physicians and orthopedic specialists specialize in providing effective, minimally invasive treatments for complex back and spine conditions, including Cervical Spondylosis and other Osteoarthritis-related conditions.
Cervical Spondylosis is a chronic and painful condition characterized by degenerative osteoarthritis of the joints in the upper region of the spine (neck). As the condition progresses, it can cause further neck pain as well as loss of normal structure and function of the upper spine. Using the most advanced and minimally invasive treatments, our physicians help patients with Cervical Spondylosis find relief from their pain and other symptoms and return to an active lifestyle.
Relief for Arthritis of the Neck
If you are seeking relief for the pain and other symptoms associated with Arthritis of the neck, you can count on the caring team from Ortho Sport & Spine Physicians. Our treatments are focused around alleviating the symptoms associated with the joint stiffness and/or nerve compression that results from Cervical Spondylosis. In some cases, the discomfort from spinal degeneration can be managed using conservative treatments, such as therapeutic exercises, massage, physical therapy, over-the-counter or prescription pain medications, hot/cold therapy or epidural steroid injections. If you have been diagnosed with Cervical Spondylosis, we will work collaboratively with your referring physician, Chiropractor or other ancillary services such as physical therapy to help manage your condition.
If you have tried to manage your Cervical Spondylosis with conservative treatments and your pain persists, you may be a good candidate for minimally invasive, endoscopic spine surgery (also known as “band-aid back surgery"). Ortho Sport & Spine Physicians is proud be one of the Southeast’s leading providers of endoscopic spine surgery. Using this advanced technique, we can help you find relief from your pain with fewer complications and a shorter recovery time as compared to traditional open spine surgery.
Causes of Cervical Spondylosis
In most cases, Cervical Spondylosis is caused by the normal wear and tear that is associated with the aging process. Unfortunately, you cannot do anything to stop the aging process. You can, however, do something to help you get relief from your pain and other symptoms.
If you are suffering from neck pain and think it may be due to Cervical Spondylosis, please contact the Atlanta Cervical Spondylosis Treatment Physicians at Ortho Sport & Spine Physicians today and schedule a consultation with one of our Interventional Spine specialists. After a complete evaluation, we can recommend the most appropriate treatment to help you find relief from your pain and improve your quality of life. Our practice is currently accepting new patients and we accept most health insurance plans as well as several different forms of payment. We look forward to helping you stay active and live your best life.