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Gulf Coast Spine Care Updates Pinched Nerve Treatment Options

Houston, TX (PRWEB) September 11, 2013

Gulf Coast Spine Care has been providing local residents with highly effective treatment options for their neck and back conditions for many years, and recently the company has unveiled new nerve treatment options to benefit its patients.

Gulf Coast Spine Care is dedicated to helping each of its valued patients overcome their painful symptoms related to a pinched nerve. The surgical team at this healthcare center understands that effective treatments address the cause of the pain rather than mask the pain. Because of this, patients who are treated by Gulf Coast Spine Care will initially receive a full medical examination. Testing and other services may be provided to identify the cause of the pain. In many cases, surgical procedures are effective at eliminating this pain with long-term results, and the dedicated team at Gulf Coast Spine Care can help each patient learn more about his or her options.

One of the most common causes of neck and back pain is a pinched nerve. There are numerous nerves that run through this area of the body, and each can cause both localized pain and pain that radiates to other areas of the body. Depending on the severity of the pinched nerve and its location, symptoms such as pain, tingling, numbness, or even a burning sensation may be felt radiating into the legs or arms. These symptoms may be minor and nagging or severe and debilitating. Pain like this can have an impact on a person’s ability to move around and proceed through their daily life. Because of this, a pinched nerve can heavily impact quality of life.

A pinched nerve can be caused by everything from an accident to overuse or a long-term health condition. The pinched nerve pain can often be relieved quickly with over-the-counter or prescription pain drugs. However, the fact is that this pain can also return if the underlying cause of the pain is not addressed. Fast relief is often beneficial, but long-term or permanent relief is often preferable.

When local residents develop pinched nerve pain, they can seek effective treatments through Gulf Coast Spine Care. This healthcare center is known for providing patients with quality services, and it has recently announced new treatments for those suffering from a painful pinched nerve. This is the medical center that local residents can turn to when looking for an effective way to treat their neck or back pain with long-term or permanent results.

Gulf Coast Spine Care is dedicated to providing its valued patients with highly effective treatments and compassionate care. The surgical team is highly skilled and knowledgeable, and they can provide diagnostic and treatment options for issues related to neck and back pain. Those who are interested in scheduling an initial consultation with this medical team can contact Gulf Coast Spine Care at 877-395-8353.

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