Since opening our doors 15 years ago, we have helped patients with a wide variety of life-changing conditions that cause pain. Our goal is simple: we want to help you overcome uncomfortable conditions and injuries to get you back to feeling like yourself. Learn more about the types of conditions we treat below and, if you don’t see your diagnosis on this list, contact us for more information.
Back pain affects millions of men, women, teens, and children around the world. With many different causes, this condition is handled best when a professional can make an accurate diagnosis. Since the back is a complex structure of bone, ligaments, discs, muscles, and tendons, it is important to take new aches and pains seriously as discomfort can be a sign of a more serious problem.
Chest, Abdomen and Groin Pain
At one point or another, we’ve all experienced abdominal pain. However, this concern is one of the most commonly reported reasons for ER visits – and the cause of abdominal pain isn’t always as innocuous as it seems. Some patients may develop abdominal pain as a result of a nerve injury, an autoimmune condition, or other digestive reasons.
Head and Neck Pain
At one point or another, the majority of us will experience head and neck pain. The conditions that cause this type of discomfort can range in severity from a pulled muscle to a slipped disc. Some people can experience head and neck pain as a full ache while others may feel throbbing, burning, and stiffness that prevents them from turning their head.
Lower Extremity Pain
Lower extremity pain refers to any discomfort in the legs and feet of a patient. Sometimes, a long day of walking or an intense workout can cause lower extremity pain. In other cases, the cause of lower extremity pain can be a serious condition that requires special care to manage.
Upper Extremity Pain
Upper extremity pain is something the majority of people will experience at one point in their life or another. When your fingers, hand, wrist, elbow, arm, and shoulder are affected by pain, this is called upper extremity pain. Whether it’s due to a difficult workout, pulling a muscle, or a medical condition, pain in your upper extremities can be debilitating.
Other Pain Conditions
People can experience pain for a huge variety of reasons, though some causes are less common than others. Champlain Spine and Pain Management is here to help you find the cause of your pain and manage it effectively through the highest-quality care. Read on to learn about the other causes of pain that we can help with.