Sports Injury / Pain Relief

YOUR PAIN IS OUR PRIORITY!

Listed below are some common conditions and related treatments Summit Institute offers to help you manage pain and restore quality of life.

Our treatment plans are on the cutting-edge of pain management, and have all shown to be extremely successful in relieving your chronic pain. Every procedure at Summit Institute is an out-patient procedure; meaning, you’ll be able to go home that day! Many of the treatments we perform show instant results, and are able to help our patients reclaim their lives.

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Headaches

A painful sensation in any part of the head, ranging from sharp to dull, that may occur with other symptoms.

Neck Pain

Pin in the neck and shoulder that varies in intensity, and may feel achy or like an electric shock from the neck to the arm.

Whiplash

Injury caused by a severe jerk to the head, typically in a motor-vehicle accident.

Jaw Pain

Physical discomfort in the jaw.

Back Pain

Physical discomfort occurring anywhere on the spine or back, ranging from mild to disabling.

Mid Back Pain

Discomfort in the area of the spine between the base of the neck to the bottom of the ribcage.

Low Back Pain

A common, painful condition affecting the lower portion of the spine.

Sciatica

Pain radiating along the sciatic nerve, which runs down one or both legs from the lower back.

Arm Pain

Physical discomfort in any part of the arm.

Shoulder Pain

Physical discomfort of the shoulder, including the joint itself or the muscles, tendons, and ligaments that support the joint.

Elbow Pain

Physical discomfort in the elbow joint, or in the muscles, tendons, ligaments supporting it.

Wrist Pain

Discomfort in the wrist area, usually caused by injury or long-term conditions.

Hip Pain

Physical discomfort in the hip, which varies from mild to severe.

Knee Pain

Pain in or around the knee that may indicate a condition affecting the knee joint itself or the soft tissue around the knee.

Ankle Pain

Physical discomfort in the ankle area, often including the joint or tendon that connects the lower leg to the heel (Achilles tendon).

Degenerative Disc Disease

Osteoarthritis of the spine, usually in the neck or lower back.

Radiculopathy

A disease of the root of a nerve, such as from a pinched nerve or a tumor.

Cervical Radiculopathy

A pinched or irritated nerve in the neck causing pain, numbness, or weakness radiating into the chest or arm.

Thoracic Radiculopathy

A disease of the root of a nerve in the middle (thoracic) section of the spine.

Neuropathic Pain

Neuropathic pain is pain caused by damage or disease affecting the somatosensory nervous system.

Peripheral Neuropathy

Weakness, numbness, and pain from nerve damage, usually in the hands and the feet.

Facet joint dysfunction

Facet joint syndrome is pain at the joint between two vertebrae in your spine. Another term for facet joint syndrome is osteoarthritis. The facet joints are the joints in your spine that make your back flexible and enable you to bend and twist.

Post Laminectomy Syndrome

Failed back syndrome or post laminectomy syndrome is a condition characterized by chronic pain following back surgeries. Common symptoms associated with FBS include diffuse, dull, and aching pain involving the back or legs.