Thank you for choosing Dr. Langhorst for your non-operative spine treatment and pain management. Depending on your condition, Dr. Langhorst will choose the best treatment plan to relieve your neck and back pain. Learn more about the different types of treatment options.
Epidural steroid injections can help relieve neck, arm, back and leg pain caused by inflamed spinal nerves due to spinal stenosis or disc herniation.
A facet injection may be used to reduce the inflammation and swelling of tissue in and around the facet joint space in the spine.
A spinal cord stimulator is a device that is placed in the spinal canal to help manage arm or leg pain symptoms caused by nerve pain.
An EMG is a diagnostic test ordered to further evaluate how your nerves are functioning. It helps to grade the severity of an injury and gives a better idea of prognosis of recovery for a given nerve injury.
Dr. Langhorst may prescribe non-opioid medication to help control chronic pain in conjunction with other treatments.
Trigger point injections may be used in the treatment of painful/tender muscle areas that contain trigger points.
Not all orthopedic injuries require surgery. This guide discusses when to see a physiatrist, how to avoid addictive pain medication and how to relieve pain without surgery.
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