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HIP, FOOT, & ANKLE CONDITIONS TREATED AT NEW YORK PAIN CARE Ankle Pain/Injury Foot Pain Tendonitis Trochanteric Bursitis Hip Arthritis Hip Sprain/Strain Plantar Fasciitis Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Shin Splints Ankle Instability Tendonitis Achilles Tendonitis Stress Fracture Ligament Sprain/Muscle Strain Read more: https://www.newyorkpaincare.com/conditions/hip-foot-and-ankle-conditions/ Contact us: (212) 604-1300
When do you need Low Back Pain Treatment? People seek lower back pain treatment in NYC for a variety of reasons. You may have a sports injury; back pain due to poor position and posture working at your desk for too long; or aches and pains from wrestling with your little ones. Regardless of the root of the problem, it is necessary to seek professional treatment from an NYC lower back pain doctor. Some people bear low back pain for a few days or weeks with the hope that it will pass. For some, the back pain will pass, but for the times where this is not the case, lower back pain treatment is recommended. The last thing you want is for your back pain or back injury to get worse. New York Pain Care can help diagnose your back pain to try and find the root cause and the appropriate back pain treatment option. Read more: https://www.newyorkpaincare.com/conditions/conditions-of-the-spine/low-back-paininjury/ Contact us: (212) 604-1300
What is Mid Back Pain? Mid back pain (also known as upper back pain, middle back pain and thoracic spine pain) can cause pain anywhere from your neck to the bottom of the rib cage. While mid back pain is not as common as low back pain, it can be very painful when it does appear. Anatomy of the Mid Back Mid Back Pain The Thoracic Spine region, or the mid-back, is comprised of 12 vertebrae, each connected to a rib on either side. The middle back serves as protection for your internal organs. Mid-back pain is less common because the bones in this area are not as involved in the movement as the lower back (lumbar). It is very uncommon to develop back and spine conditions such as degenerative disc disease, herniated discs or spinal stenosis in the mid-back, or thoracic spine. Read more: https://www.newyorkpaincare.com/conditions/conditions-of-the-spine/mid-back-pain/ Contact us: (212) 604-1300