Somerset, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/29/2017 -- Patients dealing with degenerative disc disease can turn to the University Pain Medicine Center for treatment. This medical practice is devoted to helping people manage their low back pain and recover from injuries in New York, NY and the surrounding areas.
Degenerative disc disease is a condition when one or more of a person's vertebral discs weakens. These discs normally act as a cushion between the vertebrae. This disease can occur due to a natural part of the aging process or from a back injury. The pain from this condition stems from inflammation and abnormal micromotion instability. Some common symptoms of degenerative disc disease include severe/chronic and disabling episodes of neck or back pain, when activities such as bending, lifting, and twisting become burdensome, and much more.
The University Pain Medicine Center meets with each patient dealing with degenerative disc disease to provide accurate and beneficial treatment that limits pain. Treatment options for degenerative disc disease can include physical therapy, epidural steroid injections, heat and ice, chiropractic care, and more.
During a consultation, the medical practice's professional staff administers a physical examination, goes over the pain the patient is experiencing, and delves into the person's medical history. This gives the physician the tools to determine which treatment options are applicable.
If a patient's neck or back hurts in New York, NY, the University Pain Medicine Center is ready to provide the care they are seeking. People who are dealing with degenerative disc disease are encouraged to call 732-823-0028 or fill out a form at http://upmcnj.com/ to schedule an appointment.
About The University Pain Medicine Center
The University Pain Medicine Center is a medical practice that is committed to helping patients manage their acute and chronic pain or recover from their injuries. In particular, they specialize in using minimally invasive techniques treatment options and procedures to help patients find relief from back, neck, knee, hip, shoulder pain, and much more. Their board-certified physicians work out of five office locations in New Jersey and New York, and those who would like to learn more about the practice, or find the nearest location, are encouraged to visit http://upmcnj.com.