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Non-Surgical Treatments for Back Pain Conditions
Available in North Phoenix

Medical, Therapeutic & Chiropractic

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We’ve helped hundreds of patients avoid back surgery and get back to an active lifestyle. Schedule your appointment today.

Are You Suffering From Back Pain? Our Pain Specialists Can Help You

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Our advanced multidisciplinary clinic consists of board-certified pain physicians, nurse practitioners, chiropractic physicians and therapists. As a result, we provide a variety of treatments that are effective for relieving back pain.

We create individualized treatment plans for your specific pain condition to provide fast back pain relief with long-term results.

Our back pain treatments in Phoenix consist of any of the following:

Back Pain Treatments at Pain Stop North Phoenix

If you have pain caused by posture, injury, arthritis, repetitive motion, or age then contact us immediately. If you still don’t know what’s causing your pain and are suffering from sudden back pain, we can help.

We can get to the source of your pain and create the best treatment or therapy plan for your condition. We will evaluate your needs and do all of the diagnostic testing within our office. With our clinic, there’s no need to go to a third-party medical imaging facility or visit a primary care physician for first.

Our clinic treats a variety of back pain conditions – the most common are:

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Low Back Pain

The most common causes of lower back pain are a herniated disc, arthritis of the back, osteoarthritis, sciatica, muscle strain or degenerative disc disease.

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Herniated Disc

A herniated disc usually appears in the neck or lower back. If you’re feeling pain, numbness or weakness of the muscles in your neck, lower back, arm or leg, you may have a herniated disc.

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Sciatic Nerve Pain

Sciatica radiates from the low back, through the buttock and down the back of the leg. If you often have numbness in your leg or stabbing pain in your lower back, you may have sciatica.

Stop Living With Back Pain

Contact Us Today To Request Your Free Consultation:
(602) 482-2282

We Accept Cigna, United Healthcare, BCBS & Aetna – Flexible Options for High Deductibles & High Copay Plans