Neck Pain Doctor Specialist in Dallas, TX
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Neck pain can affect your everyday life. It can affect your posture at work, your ability to do recreational activities, and even life at home. The good news is that neck pain is treatable and manageable by a professional. At OmniSpine Pain Management, we have different options available for you, and you’ll be able to get the ongoing care of a neck pain doctor and specialist in Dallas, TX. Contact us today or read on to learn more about what we can do to improve your neck pain and your lifestyle.
What doctor should I see for neck pain?
When you have neck pain, you can talk to your primary care doctor, and if your pain is severe or long-lasting, then he or she will likely refer you to a neck pain doctor. This kind of doctor is called an orthopedist, and this doctor can help a great deal with your neck pain.
What kind of doctor should I see for neck and shoulder pain?
An orthopedist is a specialist in the human musculoskeletal system, which includes the spine and the body’s joints, bones, ligaments, nerves, and tendons. This means that this doctor can help with both neck and shoulder pain, as well as pain in other areas of the body.
For neck and shoulder pain in particular, an orthopedist can diagnose the underlying cause of the pain, treat and help you manage the pain, help you with your posture and with avoiding pain in the future, and help improve your range of motion.
What is the name of a neck specialist?
If you want a specialist who understands problems with the neck and spine better than other professionals do, then you want an orthopedist. This is the kind of specialist we have here at OmniSpine Pain Management.
Does stress cause neck and shoulder pain?
This is a great question, and the answer is that stress can definitely contribute to neck and shoulder pain. Stress can have a physical effect on the body and the muscles in the neck and shoulders. As you tense up, the tightness in the muscles contribute to neck pain. Pain can cause more stress, and result in a vicious circle of stress and pain.
What can a doctor do for a stiff neck?
If your neck is stiff, it could be caused by a minor injury, whiplash, arthritis, or another issue. Each issue is different and requires different treatment. What you can be sure of is that an orthopedist will be able to narrow down the cause of your neck pain and help you with it. Treatment could include physical therapy, posture improvement, epidural steroid injections, or even Botox! In fact, Botox injections can actually target chronically contracted muscles and reduce pain in the neck.
What does a pinched nerve in your neck feel like?
It can feel like pins and needles and cause pain and weakness in a shoulder, arm, or hand. This can be quite uncomfortable for a person, but pinched nerves are usually temporary. However, sometimes pinched nerves require medical attention, and an orthopedist can always offer pain relief.
What are symptoms of arthritis in the neck?
For most people, there are actually no symptoms, but when symptoms do occur, they tend to be pain, stiffness, headaches, loss of balance, weakness is hands or legs, difficulty walking, muscle spasms in the neck and shoulders, and / or grinding or popping noises or sensations.
Can you get rid of arthritis in your neck?
You won’t be able to get rid of it, no, but you can have it treated and managed with professional care, or for serious cases, you can have surgery done, which can help a great deal. You should speak with an orthopedist about the best options for you.
How do you fix chronic neck pain?
Chronic pain can’t be cured, but it can be managed by an orthopedist. This is our specialty here at OmniSpine Pain Management. We can reduce pain, increase function, and help you live a better life.
When should I worry about neck pain?
You should speak with a professional if your neck pain is severe, if medication doesn’t work, if your pain is affecting your regular activities, or if the pain has lasted longer than 3 months (which is chronic pain).
If your pain falls into one or more of these categories, then contact us today here at OmniSpine Pain Management. We’ll get you in for a consultation with our orthopedist, Dr. Andrew Morchower. Call us at (214) 225-2767 or book your appointment with us online. And when you’re ready to come in for your consultation, you’ll find our clinic over at 6243 Retail Rd Ste 500 Dallas, TX 75231.
Call us today for neck pain relief that works!