Pain arising from specific structural changes to your spine.
‘Specific spinal pain’ refers to pain arising from a specific structural change to your spine. This may include injury, degeneration or disease effecting the spinal column or its associated soft tissues.
Treating specific pain generally requires addressing the structural abnormality itself through physiotherapy and, in some cases, a minimally invasive procedure.
Other medical tools, including medications and nutraceutical interventions, may also be applied to manage the pain and inflammation associated with specific spinal pain.
"Pain procedures are a highly specialised subset of medical procedures; very different to typical invasive spinal surgeries. They carry far fewer risks and offer superior outcomes for persistent spinal pain."