Causes, Symptoms, and TreatmentsNeuropathy & Foot Pain

Learn About Spinal Anatomy and the Causes of Neuropathy and Foot Pain
Explore Common Neuropathy and Foot Pain Diagnoses
Evaluate Treatment Options for Your Diagnosis

We are here to help you understand your Back PainLearn about the Common Reasons for Neuropathy and
Foot Pain

Have Neuropathy?

Neuropathy affects millions people in the United States annually. Learn about your neuropathy or foot pain, and how to evaluate your treatment options.

Explore Spine Anatomy

Hear an explanation of the different parts of the your spine to help you better understand the source of your neuropathy. There may be multiple sources of your leg and foot pain.

The 'Why' Behind Your Pain

Most types of neuropathy or foot pain have common causes that most of us will experience, resulting from aging or injury. Learn ways to stop neuropathy in its tracks.

Do You Have Pain When Sitting, Standing, or Walking?Spinal Stenosis

Lumbar spinal stenosis is a condition in which the lower spinal canal narrows and compresses the spinal nerves in the lower back. Over two million patients nationwide are diagnosed and treated for this condition annually. It is generally found in people over the age of 50, and the likelihood of developing Lumbar spinal stenosis increases with age. The  root causes of lumbar spinal stenosis are:

Thickening of ligament tissue
Overgrowth of bone (osteoarthritis)
Bulging of discs

Facet Joint Dysfunction

Facet joint syndrome is an arthritis-like condition of the spine that can be a significant source of back pain.

Herniated Disc

Sometimes called a slipped or ruptured disk, a herniated disk often causes nerve impingement and shooting pain.

Painful Diabetic Neuropathy

Painful diabetic neuropathy is a condition that results from advanced diabetes disease progression.

Joint Pain & Arthritis

Arthritis around the joints of the ankle and toes are not uncommon. See your options for treatment.

Do You Have Persistent Pain After Back Surgery?Persistent Pain Syndrome Following Surgery

In some situations following spinal fusion surgery, a patient’s pain may persist, intensify, or change in character. Unfortunately, this persistent or new pain may not be able to be fixed by additional surgery. Learn more about Persistent Pain Syndrome, and available treatment options.

Get Back Pain Relief NowTreatment Options
Steroid Injections

Epidural and facet injections can be effective for nerve irritation
Intervertebral Disc

A minimally invasive procedure to remove excess disc material
Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

Stimulation of peripheral nerves to stop pain signaling to the bain
Kyphoplasty & Vertebroplasty

Vertebral body augmentation following a compression fracture
Nerve Blocks

Targeted anesthetic is bathed on to affected nerves
Intervertebral Disc

Use of biologics to repair and regenerate intervertbal discs
Spinal Cord Stimulation

Stimulation of the dorsal column to stop pain signaling to the brain
Intrathecal Drug Delivery

Intrathecal delivery medication for chronic pain and movement disorders
Nerve Ablations

A targeted affected nerve is heated to burn the nerve and stop pain signaling
Indirect Spinal Decompression

A minimally invasive category of procedures to help decompress nerves
Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulation

Stimulation of the dorsal root ganglion to stop pain signaling to the brain
Sacroiliac Joint Stabilization

Minimally invasive procedure to prevent excess movement

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