Sacrum Issues Can Lead To Severe Low Back Pain. Relief May Take Just 15 Minutes.

Posted on May 15, 2019

Do you experience severe low back pain? Do you have low back pain when sitting, standing, or when lying down?  The origin of your low back pain may be coming from your sacroiliac joints. The sacrum is a large, wedge-shaped bone at the base of the spine. The sacroiliac (SI) joints connect the sacrum...

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Retired Police Officer Finds Pain Relief Through Conservative Measures

Posted on May 14, 2019

After nearly two decades on the police force in Illinois, Daniel had endured plenty of wear and tear on his body. However, it was being recently rear-ended at a stop light that brought everything tumbling down. Daniel had already had both knees replaced but was still experiencing some low back pain ...

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Early Treatment Can Significantly Ease The Pain & Duration Of Shingles

Posted on May 02, 2019

Shingles has a dreaded reputation because it can be SO painful and can last SO long. For some, the pain can be so intense that it sends patients to the emergency room.  There, it may be mistaken for problems of the heart, lungs or kidneys. The signs and symptoms of Shingles include: Pain, burning, ...

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Painful Arthritis Can Be Addressed For Long-Term Comfort

Posted on April 12, 2019

An estimated 26 percent of adults suffer from chronic pain. Over half of those have some form of arthritis. Arthritis comes in two forms: OSTEOARTHRITIS – is the most common form of arthritis. It wears down the cartilage in joints that cushion the bones, eventually leading to bone grinding on bone...

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New Technology To Resolve Sciatica, Spinal Stenosis, And More!

Posted on April 01, 2019

ANNOUNCING OUR NEWEST FEATURE IN ADVANCED PAIN MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY PainTeq AXLE Implant Procedure Do you suffer from any of these symptoms? – Lower back and/or leg pain – Sciatica – Spinal Stenosis – Lateral Recess Stenosis – Weakness in the lower extremities – ...

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Years In The Making… How Modern Pain Management Became Accessible To SW FL!

Posted on March 21, 2019

Southwest Florida is known as a high-retirement area. Some residents are “snow birds,” who travel from the northern and New England states to spend winter months in a warm, sunny climate. Others have chosen to reside here year-round. Reality is, however, the area is attracting new residents of a...

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Happy Anniversary To Us! Celebrating 18 Years!

Posted on March 15, 2019

In March 2001, Jonathan Daitch, MD opened the first office-based Interventional pain management practice in southwest Florida – Advanced Pain Management & Spine Specialists (APMSS). APMSS was the culmination of many years of education, training, and diligent pursuit in an emerging field th...

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Age-Related Neck & Radiating Arm Pain – A Common Problem For 60+ Adults

Posted on March 02, 2019

As a Board Certified Interventional Pain physician, I have seen many patients over the years for various pain, much of it originating from the back. Although the back can be a source of pain (that can be debilitating and excruciating), another common source of pain stems from the neck. Neck pain, af...

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Posted on February 20, 2019

By Elaine’s own description, her “spine is shot.” Even after surgery, she continued to suffer with pain in her shoulder, neck, lower back, and even knees. Wishing to avoid more surgery, she sought out Southwest Florida’s Pain Management Specialist Dr. Jonathan Daitch. “He is an excellent d...

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When Pain Radiates From The Back, Surgery Isn’t Always The Right Solution.

Posted on January 08, 2019

Do you avoid going to see movies because sitting for two hours becomes too uncomfortable? Do you experience discomfort when driving for other than short distances? Do you find yourself having to stand occasionally when dining out or playing cards? When going from a sitting position to standing, do y...

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