Somerset, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/25/2017 -- At the University Pain Medicine Center, Dr. Didier Demesmin and his associates specialize in the non-invasive treatment of acute and chronic pain. In their approach, they view each patient as an individual, tailoring techniques and technologies accordingly. By seeking out the pain specialists of the University Pain Medicine Center, patients receive care and compassion that is unique to a private medical practice. Celebrating their success, the doctors of the University Pain Medicine Center are taking new patients in need of pain management for herniated discs.
Patients suffering from back pains, be it in Edison, NJ or Brooklyn, NY, trust that the doctors of the University Pain Medicine Center have the expertise to handle them. In the case of herniated discs, patients require a thorough diagnosis and treatment plan to minimize and eliminate their pain. A herniated disc typically affects adults from the ages of 35 to 50. Some medical practitioners may refer to a herniated disc as a pinched nerve; slipped, ruptured, or bulging disc. Symptoms of pain range from the legs, lower back, front or back of the thigh, radiating throughout a patient's body. Pain can be exacerbated simply by walking, prolonged standing; even by sneezing or laughing.
Once met by a pain specialist from the University Pain Medicine Center, patients will discuss their condition and medical history in greater depth. Physical examinations will gauge the extent of the disc herniation and potential neurological complications. If doctors deem it necessary, MRIs or X-Rays may be utilized to more closely assess a patient's condition. Once doctors and patients agree on a treatment plan, patients may be treated with physical therapy, epidural steroid injections, or spinal manipulations.
Anyone suffering or hurting from back pains, in Piscataway, NJ, and the greater New Jersey and New York area should contact the University Pain Medicine Center at 732-8232-0028.
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.