Buffalo, NY

Buffalo, NY

Buffalo, NY

Phone: (855) 586-2615

Fax: (973) 564-6092

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NJ Spine and Orthopedic is proud to serve the city of Buffalo. At NJSO, our doctors use minimally invasive procedures to effectively treat neck and back pain. Our team of award-winning spine and orthopedic specialists understands that each patient’s pain is unique, which is why we take a patient-centered approach to determining treatment plans. Using the most advanced technology and cutting-edge research, our doctors offer the most effective surgical and conservative treatments for managing back and neck pain. 

If you are struggling with back pain in Buffalo, the doctors at NJSO are here to help you heal your pain and regain your quality of life. 

What Is Causing My Back Pain?

Back pain can arise from a variety of causes. However, most back pain is a result of damage to any of your back’s structural components, including the discs, vertebrae, and ligaments. Both traumatic injuries and subtle, awkward movements can cause damage to these components. Even the simple act of picking a book off the ground—if done in an unnatural manner—can cause back pain. In addition to physical injuries, other health factors such as inflammatory disease, excessive stress, and obesity can also cause back pain to occur. 

Back pain can be the result of a variety of conditions. However, some of the most common causes of back pain include: 

  • Pinched nerves from bone spurs or spinal stenosis
  • Bulging, degenerated, or herniated discs
  • Osteoarthritis in the spine or joints
  • Torn ligaments or tendons, like rotator cuff tendinitis
  • Neck and back injuries, such as whiplash
  • Failed neck or back surgery
  • Spinal stenosis 
  • Degenerative disc disease

The best way to determine the underlying cause of your back pain is to consult with a skilled spine specialist. 

When Should I Seek Medical Attention for My Back Pain?

Depending on the underlying cause, back pain can be mild or severe. Some people may experience mild symptoms, such as muscle aches, while others may experience debilitating pain in a concentrated region of the spine. Most back pain will resolve with rest or a conservative procedure. However, in some cases, back pain will persist for weeks or months. If your pain does not subside, it is important to seek medical attention. You should see a spine doctor when your pain: 

  • Does not improve with rest and continues to cause severe discomfort
  • Causes feelings of numbness or tingling in your legs
  • Is accompanied by a fever, bladder problems, or unexplained weight loss
  • Is the result of a serious fall or injury, such as a car accident

A spine expert will identify the cause of your pain and help you get on the road to recovery. 

The NJSO Approach to Back Pain Treatment

Whether your pain is caused by degenerative disc disease or a traumatic accident, the spine experts at NJSO can identify the underlying cause of your back pain and develop an effective, personalized treatment plan. Our team uses conservative and surgical procedures and will connect you to the best physical therapists in our field. Some of the cutting-edge services that we offer include:

These are just a few of the treatments we offer for back and neck pain. When you meet with one of our specialists, they will advise the best treatment plan specific to your situation. 

Award-Winning Spine Surgeons in Buffalo

At NJ Spine and Orthopedic, our surgeons are dedicated to treating your pain and helping you get your life back. Our experienced and board-certified neurologists, neurosurgeons, and orthopedic specialists work together to treat spine and back disorders with minimally invasive techniques. At NJSO, we pride ourselves on our ability to create personalized care plans that serve the unique needs and conditions of our patients. 

To schedule an appointment with one of our skilled spine experts, call (866) 272-9271 or fill out our online contact form

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