Long Island Pain Management

At Heart and Health Medical, our board-certified pain management and rehabilitation specialist offers comprehensive diagnostic and non-surgical treatment options for pain caused by sports injuries, birth deformities, or any other cause of; muscle and ligament strains and sprains, spinal pain, pain remission, headaches, foot, ankle, wrist, and other joint injuries. Heart and Health Medical has four locations throughout Long Island, providing convenient access for patients in Nassau and Suffolk County. 

Back Pain Specialist

Schedule Consultation

Contact a Pain Management Specialist to Schedule a Consultation.

Pain Management Specialties

  • Spinal Rehabilitation

  • Sports Medicine

  • Mechanism of Injury Reports & Evaluations

  • Leg Pain (Herniated Disc / Stenosis)
  • Cervical Radiculopathy – A herniated (slipped) disk
  • Cervical Spinal Stenosis
  • Compression Fractures
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Degenerative Disorders of Cervical and Lumbar Spine
  • Disc Herniations (Cervical /Lumbar / Thoracic)
  • Pinched Nerve, Scoliosis, Sciatica, Spinal Stenosis
  • Fractures
  • Inflammatory Conditions
  • Neck and Arm Pain (Herniated Disc / Stenosis)
  • Radiculopathy (Cervical / Lumbar)
  • Spondylolysis / Spondylolisthesi
Pain management specialist near me

Pain Management Treatments

A cortisone shot injected at the site of the injury relieves pain almost immediately by reducing swelling, stiffness, and pain. This is a non-invasive, non-surgical procedures, patients can go home after the injection.

Botox injections can help reduce the occurrence of chronic migraines, and help reduce the severity of neck spasms.

Peripheral Nerve Blocks are a type of regional anesthesia which is injected near a specific bundle of nerves to reduce pain in a specific area for 12-36 hours.

Joint Injections are non-surgical procedures that use a combination of anesthetic and corticosteroid to improve range of motion and joint relief through a direct injection into the damaged joint.

Similar to other nerve blocks, medial nerve blocks utilize a regional anesthesia to block pains signals generated in the facet joints of the spine from radiating out through the medial branch nerves which feed out from the facet joints and carry the signals to the brain.

Ganglion Impar (Coccyx) Block is used to reduce nerve sensation generating pain signals from the pelvic or rectal area.

Physical Therapy is a branch of care used to help patients regain functional ability and mobility, recover from injury, and reduce pain through physical conditioning.

Pain Pump is a delivery system for medication that utilizes a small pump surgically inserted into the abdomen to deliver medication directly to the spinal cord via catheter.

Peripheral Nerve Stimulators send mild electrical currents to the nerves running outward from your spinal cord to the organs and limbs of the body. Peripheral nerve stimulators use small electrodes to deliver the electrical current to reduce pain by disrupting the pain signals.

Carpal Tunnel Injections consist of corticosteroids to reduce the swelling in the connective tissue around the median nerve, to reduce pressure. The symptoms of carpal tunnel generally become milder two to three days after an injection and benefits may last several months.

Radiofrequency Ablation is a non-surgical procedure in which specialized radiofrequency waves are used to reduce or eliminate pain signals at the site of the injury. This is a minimally invasive technique that utilizes heat generated from the radiofrequency to burn the nerve and disrupt the transmission of pain signals.

Spinal Disc Decompression creates negative pressure in the discs of the spine which relieves pressure and allows bulging or herniated disc tissue to realign and heal, alleviating pain.

Trigger Point Injections are single anesthesia or mixed anesthesia sometimes also containing a corticosteroid which is injected directly to the point of pain. The local anesthetic will create a numbness in the area which lasts from one to three hours while the corticosteroid will be active for approximately thirty days.

Cervical Steroid Injection are administered to reduce pain in the neck, shoulders, and arms caused by a inflamed or pinched nerve in the cervical spine, generally caused by herniated discs, spinal stenosis, or arthritis.

Epidural Steroid Injection give short term pain relief using corticosteroids to reduce inflammation and pain for up to three months, allowing the body to heal.

Occipital Nerve Block is used to treat headaches, and pain in the neck or back of the head by injecting a local anesthetic, Lidocaine or bupivacaine, and Dexamethasone, a steroid to reduce inflammation and pain.

Platelet Rich Plasma therapy uses a patient’s own platelets to create concentrated injections used to accelerate healing time for connective tissue, muscles, and joints.

Platelet Rich Plasma therapy uses a patient’s own platelets to create concentrated injections used to accelerate healing time for connective tissue, muscles, and joints.

Spinal Cord Stimulator is a device placed under the skin to send electrical current directly to the nerves of the spinal cord to block the pain signals from be transmitted to the brain.

Sacroiliac Joint Injections are a mixture of local anesthetic and a steroid that is injected directly into the sacroiliac joint that may help reduce pain for several weeks or months.

A Sympathetic Block is an injection of local anesthetic around the sympathetic nerves located on either side of the spine in the lower back.

Nerve Pain

Pain Management For Sports Injuries

  • Shoulder dislocations, Labral injuries
  • Rotator cuff tears, Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair
  • Clavicle fractures
  • AC joint injuries
  • Biceps tendon injuries
  • Hip arthritis, rapid recovery hip replacement
  • Knee Injury
  • Meniscus tears
  • ACL injuries
  • Ankle fractures
  • Achilles tendon ruptures
pain management clinic near me

Schedule An Appointment