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Facial Pain

Facial pain can be difficult to diagnose, but fortunately, the team at Pain Zero is highly experienced in identifying and treating these symptoms.

Pediatric Pain

Chronic pain in children may result from injuries, illnesses, or surgeries, disrupting daily life and changing moods, school performance, and sleep.

Pelvic Pain

Whether it arises from reproductive problems or previous infection, chronic pelvic pain can be diagnosed and treated by a trained pain specialist.

Nerve Pain/Neuropathy

Nerve pain is a disorder that can develop due to problems in the central nervous system but can also arise from damage that occurs from an injury.

Back Pain

Back pain can be acute or chronic and can affect the upper, middle, or lower back, but customized treatments are available to manage back pain.

Abdominal Pain

Abdominal pain can be caused by a number of issues ranging from the more common, like constipation, to the more severe, such as Crohn's disease.

Neck Pain

Neck pain can arise for many different reasons and is often caused by an injury, whiplash, or habitual routines that put stress on the neck muscles.

Breast Pain

Chronic pain post-mastectomy or after breast augmentation surgery is a common complaint due to a nerve injury, pinched nerve, or scar tissue.

Joint Pain

Large and small joints can hurt when there is an injury to the smooth cartilage that lines the joint, the connecting ligaments, or tendons.

Cancer Pain

Resulting from a range of factors, cancer pain may take on several forms and vary in intensity but can be managed and minimized with treatment.

Post-Surgical Pain

Prolonged lingering pain after surgery can be managed with injections, medications, nerve blocks, structured physical therapy, and other treatments.

Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is one of the most common chronic pain conditions in the country. While the exact cause is unknown, there are several treatment options.

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Besides inflammation, damage to the peripheral nerves also manifests as numbness, muscle weakness, and tingling usually in the hands and feet.

Artery and Vein Pain

Arteries and veins are part of a complex system of vessels that carry blood, but certain diseases can block the blood flow, causing pain and weakness.

Spinal Stenosis

This condition causes the spinal column to narrow and the nerves in the spine to compress, which leads to neck (cervical) and back (lumbar) pain.

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

Ehlers-Danlos affects the connective tissues, causing overly flexible joints that can dislocate and fragile skin that bruises easily and is elastic.

Geriatric Pain

Bone joints, cardiovascular, reproductive, and central nervous systems change in our bodies with age, sometimes causing pain from various conditions.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic disorder that causes swelling, pain, immobility, or other unpleasant symptoms in the arms or legs.

Phantom Limb Pain

Some individuals experience chronic pain after limb amputation because the body sends sensation signals to the brain, even when the limb is gone.

Arthritis

Arthritis is a chronic illness that affects the joints, causing flare-ups that can occur at any point during the day or night and may affect mobility.

Bursitis

Bursitis is a condition that is caused by inflammation of the bursae that surround joints, causing pain in the hips, shoulders, knees, and elbows.

Tendinitis

Tendon irritation results in pain and limited range of motion in the elbows, knees, and shoulders where connective tissue connects muscles to bones.

Headaches and Migraines

These disorders can cause great discomfort, dizziness, and impaired vision, but there are treatments to ease symptoms that can be debilitating.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Often caused by repetitive hand motions, such as typing or using a mouse, carpal tunnel can be treated using steroid injections or surgery.

Trigger Finger

This condition occurs when the tendon in the finger joint locks, becomes inflamed, and emits sharp pain when trying to bend and extend your finger.

Shingles and Postherpetic Pain

Shingles is a reactivation of the chicken pox virus, causing a painful, blistery rash on the trunk of the body. Pain lingers after the virus is gone.
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