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We treat many back and neck conditions that cause chronic pain such as herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, car accident spinal injuries, concussion and much more. Our experience treating a wide variety of spinal conditions allows us to safely and accurate diagnose and resolve issues of the spine with comprehensive care.
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Help With Herniated Disks in Fayetteville, Georgia
If you suffer from intense back pain, then you’re certainly not alone. Back pain is something that affects countless individuals all around the world. There are many things that can bring on this kind of pain. Herniated disks are one big example. Herniated disks problems, in a nutshell, are issues that involve the soft padding in between the vertebral bones of the spine. They can emerge in any section of the spine, but most often happen in the lower back and neck. Since they can wreak havoc onto the nerves that are close to them, they can trigger all sorts of unpleasant consequences. It isn’t uncommon for people who have herniated disks to have back pain that’s persistent and severe.
What Brings on Herniated Disks in Affected Persons?
This herniation typically is related to the disc getting worn out that comes as people get older and older. This form of wear and tear is known simply as disk degeneration. When people get older their disks lose a lot of pliability. That’s the reason they become a lot more vulnerable to rupturing and ripping. It doesn’t matter if you simply experience a little strain. It may trigger rupturing or something similar to that. Affected individuals in many situations are unable to identify why they have disk herniation. It occasionally happens to people who move their bodies in certain ways. It occasionally happens to those who utilize certain back muscles in ways that cause injury. It is also often the result of traumatic impacts to the spine, like what happens in a car accident or a sports injury.
There are certain kinds of individuals out there who are particularly susceptible to getting herniated disks. If you’re overweight or obese, then you may be especially vulnerable. That’s because spare weight can put a lot of tension onto the lower back’s disks. Hereditary factors also play a role. If there are people in your family who have had disk herniation, then you may get it from them.
Spine Specialists in Fayetteville Georgia
Consider how you make your living. Do you have a position that calls for a lot of moving around day in and day out? If you do, then you may be susceptible to encountering back troubles of all sorts. If you work in a position that calls for a lot of lifting items over and over again, then a herniated disk may be something that you experience. If you have to contort your physique frequently, then the same thing applies.
Smoking habits, perhaps surprisingly enough, can also make some people a lot more vulnerable to disk herniation and all of its difficulties. Smoking may reduce how much oxygen the disks of the body receive. That’s how it can lead to rapid disk degeneration.
Do you want guidance from a knowledgeable and experienced spine specialist? If you’re searching for a dependable orthopedist or back specialist, we can come to your rescue. Call our office to learn all about back surgery, disk herniation and other back injuries we treat.
Back Surgery in Fayetteville GA
Call us today to schedule a same day appointment at one of our 3 locations around the Fayetteville area. Benefits of scheduling an appointment with AllSpine include:
- In-house Open MRI machines for accurate and comfortable diagnosis.
- Comprehensive treatment plans to relieve your symptoms and pain.
- We use the least invasive solutions possible to save you risks & complications.
Dr. Shahram Rezaiamiri
Dr. Shahram Rezaiamiri, MD, FACS he received a Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle in 1988. Before going back to UW to attend medical school, he worked for GTE Research Labs in Boston and spent a year in Texas in their GTE’s telecommunications division. Dr. Rezaiamiri finished medical school in 1994 and then attended the University of Rochester and completed his residency in Neurosurgery at Strong Memorial Hospital. In 1998, he spent one year in Virginia completing a fellowship in Complex Spinal Surgery. He has been in Atlanta since 2001. Dr. Rezaiamiri has extensive experience in treating complex spinal disorders. He was the first in the south Atlanta area to perform minimally invasive spinal discectomy and fusion. He also has extensive experience in treating brain tumors. He was the first to introduce the Computer Based Stereotactic Image Guided Surgery in the Atlanta area for the treatment of brain tumors. Dr. Rezaiamiri is presently one of the few spine surgeons who perform the new minimally invasive spinal fusion technique, XLIF. Fellow Member of the American Board of Neurosurgery. Dr. Rezaiamiri has privileges at Piedmont Henry, Southern Regional Medical Center, and Piedmont Atlanta.
Dr. Robert Friedman
Dr. Robert Friedman, MD, FACS specializes in Neurosurgery. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of New York at Stony Brook and then went on to receive his medical degree at the State University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, where he completed his internship in general surgery and his residency in neurosurgery. Dr. Friedman is board certified in neurosurgery and has special interests in spinal disorders, including spinal stenosis, herniated disks, and tumors of the spine. He also has a special interest in neurostimulation for chronic pain. Dr. Friedman has over 30 years of experience in Neurosurgery. He is currently accepting new patients at our Stockbridge and Newnan locations.
Dr. Bradley Troxler
Dr. Bradley Troxler, DO is a physiatrist specializing in the conservative and interventional management of complex spine and musculoskeletal conditions. He is an active member of several professional organizations including the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the North American Spine Society, and the American Academy of Pain Medicine. After earning his Osteopathic medical degree at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, he went on to complete his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Boston Medical Center in 2012. Additionally, he elected to pursue subspecialty fellowship training in both Osteopathic Neuromuscular Medicine and Interventional Spine, of which the latter was completed at New England Baptist Hospital in Boston, MA. He is skilled in the use of ultrasound- and fluoroscopy-guided procedures, and in the use of Osteopathic manual medicine in the treatment of complex spine and musculoskeletal conditions. Dr. Troxler emphasizes the importance of exercise and movement in both restoring function and improving patient outcomes. He has a special interest in the use and advancement of regenerative medicine modalities.