Pain Management

Living with chronic pain can be an arduous and debilitating journey, affecting every aspect of your daily existence. Simple tasks become overwhelming challenges, and even moments of respite seem unattainable.

Are you tired of living with chronic pain? The providers at Cayman Neurology and Pain Management can help with chronic pain management treatments to relieve chronic and recurrent pain in patients in and around Cayman Islands. 

Back pain is a common complaint among a variety of patients. Arthritis, headaches, multiple sclerosis, and many other illnesses contribute to back pain as well as injuries. Back pain that does not subside after having sufficient time to heal is termed chronic back pain. Chronic back pain is not due to illness or injury; it is due to the brain’s pain center overreacting. We have a wide array of treatments and medications to control all kinds of back pain.

The knee is the largest joint in the body and supports a lot of weight. Serious injuries to this area require a lot of force, but normal wear and tear may cause pain as well. Bursitis (inflammation of fluid-filled sacs around the joint) is a common overuse injury. Other injuries, especially dislocations and fractures, may lead to long-term knee pain. Knee pain is fairly easy to manage with appropriate care, which we offer.

The shoulder has a very wide range of movement and tends to be prone to injuries, such as strains and tendonitis. Tendonitis, an overuse injury, is an inflammation of the tendon. A tendon connects muscles to bones. Sprains, fractures, pinched nerves, and several other problems may cause shoulder pain. We offer both diagnostic and treatment plans to keep your pain under control.

Neck pain can stem from everyday activities and tends to be mild; however, severe neck pain requires immediate attention. Neck injuries such as whiplash may lead to long-term pain. Whiplash is the sudden jerking motion the head makes upon suddenly stopping. Other causes may include arthritis or narrowing of the spinal canal. We will properly diagnose and treat your neck pain to get you feeling better.

The hip joint is designed for durability, but that does not make it immune to damage. Arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, and several other conditions may cause hip pain. Other than wear and tear damage, a condition called osteonecrosis may occur. Generally, due to injury, this condition involves reduction of blood flow to the hip bones, ultimately causing bones to die. We will find the cause of your hip pain and treat it appropriately to get you back on your feet.

Headaches are generally not a cause for concern – as debilitating as they may be. Cluster headaches, tension headaches, migraines, sinus headaches, and several other types of headaches are generally caused by overexertion, while some have hereditary links. Headaches may be managed at home, but recurring headaches require attention. We offer diagnostic procedures and treatment options to properly diagnose and manage your headaches.

Muscle weakness is a common complaint among many patients. It describes the inability to contract muscles as effectively. Ranging in severity, muscle weakness is generally caused by fatigue or low electrolyte levels and is rarely a sign of a serious condition. However, chronic, unexplained muscle weakness requires attention. Underlying conditions such as muscular dystrophy or other skeletal muscle diseases may exist and may need to be diagnosed.

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