Pain Doctor In Ocean Township NJ.

A pain doctor is a medical doctor that specializes in the treatment of painful conditions. The pain doctor uses a variety of therapeutic and non-invasive treatments to help relieve the patient of their debilitating pain. If you are looking for a pain doctor in Ocean Township NJ, then book now.

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Dr. Brian Bannister provides various methods of pain relief such as injections, medication, and physical therapy. A payoff to these treatments is that we can help reduce the frequency, intensity, and duration of pain symptoms.

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Steroid Injections

Steroid injections are a pain management technique that can be used for acute and chronic musculoskeletal problems. They are typically used by patients who experience long-term pain, chronic muscle spasms, or those who have been unable to gain control over their disease.

Facet Branch Block

Facet block is a complication from the injection of local anesthesia. It occurs when the anesthetic solution injected into a joint or soft tissue goes into an unexpected direction, such as to the wrong nerve, artery, or muscle and can lead to a blockage that results in pain to the affected body part.

Nerve Root Block

A nerve root block is a surgical procedure that can help people with back pain or other forms of nerve pain. This procedure involves injecting a substance near the location of the pain to make it harder for the nerves to send pain signals to your brain.

Lumbar Decompression

Lumbar decompression is a process that helps relieve pressure on the spine by simply relieving the pressure in the lower back. With lumbar decompression, doctors can provide relief through massage and/or manipulation of the vertebrae.

Joint Injections

Joint injections are used to relieve pain caused by arthritis and other diseases. The joint injection is typically applied as a liquid or gel substance, which is then absorbed by the surrounding body tissue. These injections can be administered either into just one joint or in several joints at once, depending on the situation.

Spinal Cord Stimulation

Spinal cord stimulation is pain management that can help to reduce or eliminate chronic pain. It is a surgical procedure that uses mild electrical pulses to stimulate the nerves in the spinal cord. Spinal cord stimulation has been shown to be safe, effective, and non-invasive.

Bursa Injections

Bursa injections are used to reduce the pain of joint disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis. The bursa is a fluid-filled pouch that lies between the bone and tendon of a joint. Bursa injections can help with pain management when medications alone do not work fast enough.

Discograms

A discogram is a procedure where a thin needle is inserted deep into the back of your neck, in the spine and then sent through your lower back to explore for a herniated disc. Doing this it can help uncover problems with the discs in your spine that may be causing pain and pressure on nerves.

Trigger Point Injections

Trigger point injections are a treatment method to help ease pain in a muscle. The injection is given in the affected area, and the local anesthetic travels to the trigger point. This often helps relieve tightness in painful areas. These injections can be administered by a physical therapist or massage therapist.

Stem Cell Injection

A stem cell injection can help the body heal itself. This can be helpful during the healing process of a variety of different injuries or ailments. It has been used to heal broken bones, reduce inflammation, and improve cognitive functions.

Radiofrequency

Radiofrequency is not a pain management solution on its own. Radiofrequency works by generating heat around the painful area and uses this to cause the blood vessels to relax, which causes the pain sensation to lessen.

Celiac Plexus Blocks

Celiac Plexus Blocks are a type of injection that is used to block nerve pain from your celiac plexus. Nerve pain is typically caused by injury or inflammation, but can also result from the natural degeneration of nerves and the spinal cord.

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