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Pain Conditions Treated by the Top Beverly Hills & Los Angeles Pain Clinic

The Top pain management clinic in Los Angeles & Beverly Hills, Intelligent Pain Solutions, treats a broad array of conditions. These include acute or chronic issues and ones that are either simple or complex.

The Board Certified Pain Management Doctor in Beverly Hills treat the following conditions:

Pain Management Conditions

Chronic abdominal pain (CAP) often has no identifiable cause and is not life-threatening. However, the nature of the pain affects a person’s quality of life.

Adult degenerative scoliosis is an abnormal side-to-side curving of the spine that results from degenerative, aging of the spine or a spinal condition.

Arthritis is a joint condition associated with inflammation. A joint connects bones together and allows movement of body
parts.




Every day, thousands of individuals are hurt in car accidents. Injuries result from head-on, side-impact, and rear-end collisions.

Back pain affects just about everyone at some time during life. Approximately 80% of adults report more episodes of back pain.

A bulging disc is different from a herniated or ruptured disc. With a bulging disc, moves outside of the space it normally occupies.




Pain is often caused by cancer, but it can also occur due to the tests and treatments associated with the cancer.

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a common condition that causes pain of the wrist, hand, and fingers.

The coccyx (tailbone) is a small bone that is shaped like a triangle. It is made of 3-5 fused vertebrae, and is joined to the lower portion.




Intervertebral discs are the quarter-sized, cushions that lie between each vertebra of the spine. These discs have a hard outer layer (annulus).

Most headaches are not serious and life-threatening, and they can easily be treated with medications, lifestyle modifications, or rest.

A herniated disc is also called a ruptured or slipped disc. The rupture occurs when the outer casing of the disc (annulus) frays and tears.




Joint pain is a common orthopedic problem, and it can occur due to many possible causes. Joint pain is typically related to an injury or arthritis.

Many people suffer with neck pain, which is often related to the cervical Neck pain 2spine, neck muscles, and associated tendons.

Phantom limb pain is mild to extreme pain perceived in the area where a limb has been previously amputated. Phantom limb sensations can disappear.




Plantar fasciitis is a serious health condition and the most common cause of heel pain. The plantar fascia is a ligament that attaches to the heel bone and spans.

Postherpetic neuralgia is nerve pain that occurs after outbreak of shingles. The pain associated with PHN continues for 3-6 months after the rash has resolved.

Sciatica, also known as radiculopathy, is pain that occurs along the sciatic nerve, which extends from the lower back and pelvis and runs down the back of the thigh.




Spinal stenosis is narrowing of the spinal canal and nerve root canal, which occurs along with enlargement of the facet joints (tiny joints on the vertebrae).

The human spine is composed of 24 vertebrae. The front portion of the vertebra is called the vertebral body.

Whiplash is a neck injury that occurs from forceful, rapid, back-and-forth movement of the neck, which is similar to cracking a whip (hence, the name).




Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a painful, chronic condition that occurs after an injury, trauma, or a fracture.

Diabetes is the most common cause of neuropathy in the U.S. Patients with diabetes develop abnormalities.

Facet joint syndrome (FJS) is the term used to describe pain associated with arthritic changes of the facet joints of the spine.




Chronic facial pain can be caused by one of many disorders. Common conditions that contribute to facial pain are temporomandibular disorder.

The pain of failed back surgery syndrome occurs due to a buildup of scar tissue around the spinal nerve roots after the surgery.

Fibromyalgia is a common chronic pain disorder that has been around for centuries. People with fibromyalgia have more brain activity in reaction to pain.

Foot and ankle problems are a major source of pain. The main foot problems encountered by podiatrists are corns and calluses, bunions, fallen arches/flat feet, and toe/joint deformities.