Many patients suffer from acute or even long term pain following an auto or a car accident, even if no injuries were obvious immediately after the accident. Pain conditions that may result from an auto accident include:


Whiplash or neck sprain
Back Pain
Arms and Legs Pain
Shoulders, Hips, and Knees pain
Herniated Discs in the Neck or Back
Sciatica
Headaches

If you experience pain or other medical complications following a car accident, you may need medical attention immediately, by calling EMS or 911. For persistent pain following a car accident, you may need to see a pain specialist. Treating auto accident related pain conditions is often challenging and requires the experience of a well trained physician. Dr. Osta is well experienced in the field of pain resulting from auto accidents. Dr. Osta will assess your condition and formulate a comprehensive treatment plan for the pain condition that resulted from the car accident. At the American Pain & Spine Center, PC, Dr. Osta offers the most advanced and cutting-edge Interventional pain procedures for pain resulting from auto accidents, including but not limited to:

Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection
Cervical Facet Block
Radiofrequency (RF) ablation of the cervical medial branch (Rhizotomy)

Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection
Lumbar Facet Block Radiofrequency (RF) ablation of the medial branch (Rhizotomy)
Sacroiliac Joint Injection and RF ablation
Other Procedures


 Low back pain is very common, affecting 50% to 80% of Americans at certain point of their life. Low back pain is also the leading cause of disability and lost production in the United States. Often times, the low back pain is also associated with legs pain. Possible reasons for low back and legs pain include:

Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease
Lumbar Facet Disease or Spondylosis
Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
Sciatica or Lumbar Radiculopathy
Sacroilitis
Lumbar Compression Fractures
Tail Bone Pain or Coccygodynia
Trauma
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Tumor
Infection 

It is important to first make sure that the low back pain is not due to serious disease such as tumor, infection, or other. So you may need to discuss any acute pain with your regular doctor as soon as possible. If the low back pain is secondary to trauma, you may need to go to the emergency room or the hospital immediately. Treating low back and legs pain is often challenging and requires the experience of a well trained physician. In the absence of trauma or concurrent disease, there are certain things that you could try including:

-Life style modification such as avoiding strenuous activities until symptoms resolve.

-Specific back exercises


-Avoid bed rest and Immobility

If this fails, you may need to see a pain doctor as you may need treatments such as:
-Physical therapy
-Pain Medications
-Interventional Pain Procedures

At the American Pain & Spine Center, PC, Dr. Osta offers the most advanced and cutting-edge Interventional pain procedures for low back pain, including but not limited to:

Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection
Lumbar Facet Block
Radiofrequency (RF) ablation of the medial branch (Rhizotomy)
Sacroiliac Joint Injection and RF ablation
Ganglion Impar Block
Trigger point injections
Spinal cord stimulator
Kyphoplasty
Lysis of adhesions / RACZ procedure
Other Procedrue

AUTO ACCIDENTS PAIN

LOW BACK AND LEGS PAIN

NECK AND ARMS PAIN

AMERICAN PAIN & SPINE CENTER, PC

​Pain Management Clinic

Dearborn-Michigan

313-586-4030

Osteoarthritis in the joints may be primary as a result of age related wear and tear or secondary as a result of trauma or sport injuries. The end result is the same, which is damage in the joint with associated pain upon movement. Conservative treatment may include physical therapy, exercising, analgesics, and interventional pain procedures. Often times, the patient ends up needing surgery on the shoulder, hip, or knee.

Dr. Osta is well experienced in the field of osteoarthritis joints pain. Dr. Osta will assess the condition of your shoulder, hip, or knee and formulate a comprehensive treatment plan for your condition. At the American Pain & Spine Center, PC, Dr. Osta offers the most advanced and cutting-edge Interventional pain procedures for osteoarthritis joints pain resulting and will direct you to a surgeon if needed.

​​OSTEOARTHRITIS PAIN


Neck pain is very common and ranks third after headaches and a low back pain as a cause of disability from pain in the United States. Often times, the neck back pain is also associated with arms pain. Reasons for neck and arms pain include:

Cervical Degenerative Disc Disease
Cervical Facet Disease or Spondylosis
Cervical Spinal Stenosis
Whiplash
Trauma
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Tumor
Infection
Other


The most important first thing to do is to make sure that the neck pain is not due to serious disease such as tumor, rheumatoid arthritis, or other. So you may need to discuss any acute pain with your regular doctor as soon as possible. If the neck pain is due to trauma, you may need to go to the emergency room or the hospital immediately. Treating neck and arm pain is often challenging and requires the experience of a well trained physician. In the absence of trauma or concurrent disease, there are certain things that you could try including:

- Mild analgesics, such as Ibuprofen and Tylenol, if no contraindication (e.g. liver or kidney disease or others)

-Moderate restriction of activities for a limited time

- Avoid stressors that could increase the pain

If this fails, you may need to see a pain doctor as you may need treatments such as:

-Physical therapy
-Pain Medications
-Interventional Pain Procedures

At the American Pain & Spine Center, PC, Dr. Osta offers the most advanced and cutting-edge Interventional pain procedures for low back pain, including but not limited to:


Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection
Cervical Facet Block
Radiofrequency (RF) ablation of the cervical medial branch (Rhizotomy)
Trigger point injections
Spinal cord stimulator
Other Procedures