Leg Pain

Leg pain can be caused by a variety of issues. Sometimes the problem stems from the leg area itself, and other times the root of the pain is in another location, such as the lower spine. Leg pain can also be a symptom of a more serious underlying health condition, so it is best to speak with a physician to see what’s causing your leg pain. 

TREATMENTS FOR LEG PAIN

If chronic or acute leg pain is causing you discomfort, it is time to consult a physician. There are many safe and effective options to treat leg pain.

Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) Stimulation

is a form of neurostimulation for treating more focal areas of pain, such as the knees, ankles/feet, groin, or pelvis.

Epidural steroid injection

involves injection of a steroid medication using an x-ray around the spinal discs and nerves to reduce pain and inflammation while increasing function and mobility.

Interspinous Spacer (The Vertiflex Procedure with Superion)

is a minimally invasive treatment for lumbar spinal stenosis that results in decompression of the spinal nerves.

Joint Injections

use a combination of numbing and steroid medication to relieve pain from an injury, arthritis, tendonitis, and more.

Ketamine Infusions

delivery of an anesthetic drug intravenously to block the NMDA receptors to “reboot” pain receptors that are functioning abnormally in chronic pain syndromes. It is also used for depression.

Lumbar Sympathetic Block

is an injection of numbing medication around the plexus of nerves that innervate the lower extremities used to treat complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS).

Minimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression

is an outpatient treatment for lumbar spinal stenosis that removes enlarged ligament and/or bone in the spine to decompress the spinal nerves.

Nerve Blocks

involve the injection of a numbing medication around nerve(s) to block pain signals.

Peripheral Nerve Stimulationa

is a form of neurostimulation that uses low-voltage electrical current to block or weaken pain signals by placing electrodes next to peripheral nerves in the extremities.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections

use a patient’s own blood to stimulate the healing of injured muscles, tendons, joints, and ligaments.

Radiofrequency Ablation (Rhizotomy)

reduces pain by using electrical signals to prevent nerves from transmitting pain signals. This is most commonly used for the treatment of arthritis of the neck or low back, and also hip or knee pain.

Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Fusion

is a minimally invasive procedure that stabilizes the sacroiliac joint to relieve pain.

Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Injection

involves injection of a numbing agent and a steroid into the sacroiliac joint to diagnose and relieve pain originating from this joint.

Spinal Cord Stimulation

is a form of neurostimulation used to treat pain affecting the back, arms, or legs. It involves placing electrodes next to the spinal cord and using electrical signals to block pain signals.

WE KNOW LEG PAIN

Pain in your leg could be stemming from your leg or other areas of the body. Aside from the discomfort and interruption to your life, leg pain can also be the sign of a more serious medical condition. 

The physicians at Jax Spine & Pain Centers are experts in diagnosing and treating pain. Our medical staff is highly trained in the latest progressive interventional pain management treatment options. Jax Spine & Pain Centers is proud to offer more treatment options than any other provider in North Florida.

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Treatment For Your Pain. Relief For Your Life.

  • Multiple convenient locations across Northeast Florida and South Georgia
  • Same day appointments available
  • Maximum 15-minute wait for your appointment
  • Physicians double board-certified in Anesthesiology and Interventional Pain Medicine
  • Always work with the same care team
  • Many procedures can be performed in-office, making them both cost-effective and convenient
  • Center of Excellence for Kyphoplasty and Neurostimulation (Spinal Cord Stimulation, Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulation)
  • Veteran’s Choice approved
  • Pioneers in advancing the field of interventional pain management through research and clinical trials

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Your path to pain relief starts with a conversation. Let’s discuss your pain and your treatment options. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

If you are an existing patient, please call 904-223-3321 for all appointment related inquiries and questions.