Pain that occurs in the stomach (belly) region of the body.
Pain that occurs in joints and feels like a constant ache.
Pain in the upper and/or lower areas of the back. This type of pain can be a constant ache, burning, stabbing, numbness, or tingling sensation.
Tumors pressing on bones, nerves or other organs can cause pain. Some cancer treatments like chemotherapy can also cause pain.
Complex regional pain syndrome
A chronic pain condition that generally happens after an injury that results in numbness and tingling, temperature changes, color changes or swelling to an arm or leg.
Factures that occur in the vertebrae of the spine and are typically due to a fall or injury to the back.
Numbness and tingling in the lower extremities (legs and feet) related to blood sugar levels.
Femoral nerve pain
Numbness and tingling pain that travels from the front of the thigh to the knee. This pain can cause weakness to the leg when going up and down stairs and walking.
Pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck. Headaches can be classified as migraines, tension headaches or cluster headaches.
As it relates to pain management, chronic aching in the knee.
Myofascial pain syndrome
Pain that is located in muscles throughout the body.
Pain related to the neck. This type of pain can be an ache, numbness and tingling, burning, or stabbing sensations. This pain can travel to the upper extremities (arms and hands).
Occipital nerve pain
Pain that is located behind the ears and can radiate to the top of the skull.
Scars from surgical procedures that still hurt after healing.
As it relates to pain management, long-lasting inflammation of the pancreas. This condition causes pain in the upper abdomen (belly) that can be felt in the back.
Any pain related to the pelvic region. For pain management, the pain is generally from post-surgical interventions, radiation therapy for pelvic cancers and chronic pelvic pain.
Numbness and tingling sensations that can be felt in the arms, hands, legs and feet.
Pain in one area of the body after a shingles infection. This pain can be a burning, stabbing, numbness or tingling sensation.
Muscle tightness that comes and goes in a specific area.
An intense headache immediately after a lumbar puncture, epidural or other spinal procedure. The headache gets better when lying down and gets worse when sitting in an upright position.
A narrowing of the spaces within the spine which puts pressure on nerves and the spinal cord. Pain occurs in the lower extremities (legs and feet) and feels like a numbness or tingling sensation.
Any injury that has turned into a chronic pain.
Facial pain that occurs as an electrical shock or stabbing sensation across the cheek.
Worker’s comp injuries
Any injury that occurred at work and caused pain.
The above conditions are some of the most common conditions treated. We offer skilled care for numerous other related medical conditions. If you need care for a condition not listed here, please call 812-450-5000
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