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Gulf Coast Spine Care Unveils New Treatments for Neck Pain
Date:8/22/2013

HOUSTON, Aug. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Across the Houston area, many people are living with moderate to severe neck pain. Some pain is temporary or fleeting, and it may be rather mild in nature. It may be caused by a minor injury, and the pain may gradually fade away on its own or with at-home treatments. Other sources of neck pain, however, can result in significant and increasing levels of pain. This pain may be incessant or recurring, and it can have a dramatic impact on a person's quality of life. Gulf Coast Spine Care is a reputable leader in managing and treating conditions related to the back and neck, and this healthcare center has recently unveiled new treatments for more effective relief of neck pain.

Those who are living with neck pain due to an ongoing health condition, a serious injury or accident should contact Gulf Coast Spine Care for an initial evaluation. The experts at Gulf Coast Spine Care will work hard to determine the cause of the pain, and this is the first step toward developing an effective treatment plan. The fact is that some healthcare providers will simply mask the pain or provide temporary relief, but the team at Gulf Coast Spine Care will work hard to develop a treatment plan that provides the maximum level of relief possible.

In some cases, using painkillers to decrease the level of pain is effective. Some types of neck pain will go away on their own, and more significant treatment options simply are not warranted. However, some healthcare professionals prescribe painkillers as a full treatment plan, and the treatment involves the ongoing or continual use of painkillers for an indefinite period of time. Painkillers can be habit-forming, and they often come with numerous side effects. With this in mind, those who are suffering from more serious conditions often need an improved treatment option that moves them beyond painkillers.

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