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Diagnostic procedures are used to accurately identify the causes of chronic cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine pain. Typically this consists of correlating diagnostic tests, like an MRI, with a patient's symptoms and a physical examination. For chronic cases of back and neck pain Atlantic Spine Center will use one or more types of diagnostic procedures to confirm a diagnosis.
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Recently, Martin Knight in UK and Anthony Yeung in the US have applied a new technique, namely spinal probing, for the diagnosis of pain sources in th...An intradiscal injection of anesthetic medications relieves pain from a few hours to 1 or 2 days. This helps doctors confirm if the pain is from disc ...Read More
Before surgical spine treatment is considered, we will exhaust conservative, non-surgical spine treatment options first. Our advanced diagnostic and pain mapping techniques enable us to ensure precise diagnosis, which is one of the most important factors towards effective treatment of your pain.
Telemedicine visits, now available from Atlantic Spine Center, offers quick...