In-Network insurance plans can provide coverage for a slew of cutting-edge minimally invasive acute and chronic pain treatments, such as:
Back pain is very common, and it typically manifests as shooting, burning, or stabbing sensations anywhere in the back, which can sometimes extend to your buttocks or down one of your legs. Back pain symptoms can be caused by problems with the spinal muscles, nerves, bones, discs, or tendons and can arise after performing a specific movement, such as lifting or bending.
Sciatica, also known as lumbar radiculopathy, is a condition in which the sciatic nerve roots in the lower back are irritated or compressed. This typically leads to pain that originates in the lower back and radiates down the leg. Because the lumbar spine's sciatic nerve roots extend to the hips, buttocks, legs, and feet, an injury or irritation in this area of your back results in symptoms in these areas.
Neck pain may be caused by degenerative disc disease, neck strain, osteoarthritis, cervical spondylosis, spinal stenosis, or poor posture. Neck pain symptoms typically involve soreness in any of the structures in the neck, which is followed by stress, poor sleep, and other physical ailments.
Shoulder pain is often characterized by sharp pain, limited range of motion, and swelling, pressure, or bruising. A fall or accident that results in an injured bone, tendons, or joints in the upper arm typically causes shoulder pain symptoms.
Hip pain is a frequently occurring problem that is usually caused by a sudden injury, arthritis, swollen tendons, or tendonitis. Hip pain refers to any pain in or around the hip joint that interferes with your lifestyle and prevents you from participating in activities you enjoy.
Knee pain is a common complaint that often results from aging, injury or repeated stress on the knee. This problem is usually marked by swelling, numbness, tingling, instability, and popping or crunching noises in your knee.
Joint pain is a pretty common problem that can have a variety of reasons, but it is usually the result of an injury or arthritis. In the elderly, joint pain that worsens over time is typically a marker of osteoarthritis. Swelling of the knee, warmth, stiffness, bruising, and limited range of motion are common symptoms of joint pain.
Pain management is a branch of medicine and health care that entails a balanced approach to physical therapy, interventional procedures, and the targeted use of medication to treat acute and chronic pain sources and provide relief so that you may live your life to the fullest.
Our fees are based on the exceptional skill, dedication, compassion, cutting-edge care, and state-of-the-art pain management technology and equipment of Dr. Eric Freeman and the entire team of Redefine Healthcare. Cash, checks, and the majority of credit cards are accepted for your convenience.
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No matter the insurance involvement, we strive to offer a wide variety of innovative pain care services on a continuing basis.
As a benefit to you, all claims for patient reimbursement are submitted to help you fully use your benefits so that you can be appropriately reimbursed.
The list of the major insurance plans in which Redefine Healthcare participates includes but is not limited to: