Pain Management Reno

Reno Back Pain Management Specialists

Our goals

Back Pain Reno

  • Treat the source of pain after diagnosing the problem
  • Decrease the level of pain and suffering
  • Return patients to a maximum level of functioning and independence
  • Help restore our patients’ quality of life
  • Use non-surgical treatments to minimize rehabilitation time
  • Continue to be one of the best Reno Pain Management facilities

To achieve these goals, we strive to provide excellent customer service and the best trained physicians in the area. We use modern equipment and our facility offers a full range of interventional pain services.

Nevada Advanced Pain Specialists is recognized as an industry leader in Pain Management. We have a state-of-the-art facility that allows for us to handle the flexibility and extreme care of our patients. Thanks to the leadership of Dr. Denis G. Patterson, Northern Nevada Medical Center’s Lower Back Pain Center is the first the nation to win JCAHO’s Gold Seal of Approval for lower back pain.

We are committed to providing a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary approach for each individual’s pain complaints to ensure you receive the most appropriate care. Every individual is evaluated for the root cause of their pain – not just a “quick fix” approach to only provide symptomatic relief. We employ a methodical and physical medicine-oriented approach that includes the analysis of biomechanics and joint motion, as well as skeletal, nerve and muscle tissues. Only the latest diagnostic tools and technologies are used by the professionals at Nevada Advanced Pain Specialists to make accurate assessments including: EMG/Nerve testing, x-rays, bone scans, and diagnostic pain injections. Call (775) 284-8650 today to make an appointment with one of our Reno Pain Management specialists.

Reno Back Pain Doctors

The doctors at Nevada Advanced Pain Specialists are experts in treating back pain for residents in Reno and the greater Northern Nevada and Northern California area. About 2% to 10% of people who experience low back pain develop chronic low back pain, which affects daily living for at least 3 months, according to WebMD. The back pain is typically caused by degenerative discs and herniated disks in the lower spine. Other medical conditions that can contribute to back pain include a disc tear, spondylolisthesis, vertebral fractures caused by osteoporosis, spinal stenosis, and scoliosis. Our Reno back pain specialists will thoroughly examine your pain and present you with the best pain management solutions.

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