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    Baptist Health Spine Center

    A center for multidisciplinary spine care

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    We provide treatment options like spinal injections and spine therapy

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    Four spine neurosurgeons emphasize minimally invasive spine techniques to speed return to activity.

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Baptist Health Spine Center

Four out of five Americans will have an episode of back or neck pain in their lifetimes. The goal of Baptist Health Spine Center in Little Rock, Arkansas is to improve the way back and neck pain is treated for those in Arkansas. There can be great variation in diagnosis of back and neck pain problems, and treatment recommendations can be biased to the speciality of the provider seeing the patient.

Baptist Health Spine Center emphasizes non-surgical treatment options in advance of spine surgery. This can include pain-relieving spinal injections that relieve symptoms of numbness or weakness in a hand or foot and other radiating pain symptoms caused by a herniated disc. The pain management specialist at Baptist Health Spine Center may also refer the patient to physical therapists that can provide customized stretches that also relieve back and neck strain and bridge the patient back to activity and their job.

spinal injections to relieve pain in Little Rock, ArkansasSometimes when non-surgical options fail to work, or when a herniated disc cannot respond to a spinal injection, spine surgery may be necessary. Baptist Health Spine Center refers patients to a team of spine neurosurgeons on the Baptist Health campus.

Baptist Health Spine Center is included in SpineCenterNetwork.com the only national listing of spine centers. To be included, a spine center uses patient education that provides home remedies for back and neck pain; and emphasizes non-surgical treatment options and minimally invasive spine surgery. 

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    Spinal injections can relieve radiating pain symptoms and physical therapists can make your back stronger, more flexible & resistant to future strain.

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    80% of back or neck pain can be relieved with the right non-surgical treatment options for back pain in Little Rock, Arkansas, including spinal injections and spine therapy.

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Baptist Health Spine Center in Little Rock, Arkansas

About Baptist Health

Baptist Health began in 1920 with a mission to respond to health care needs with Christian compassion. Just as it is today, providing innovative, exceptional care was the primary focus. And in doing so, over the past 90 years, we became leaders not just in medicine, but in the Little Rock community, too. Baptist Health is the state's most comprehensive healthcare system. With more than 175 points of access — including eight Arkansas hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, family clinics, therapy and wellness centers — Baptist Health is committed to delivering the best healthcare to the people of Arkansas. We recognize that the best care comes from a Center of Excellence approach that combines a team of specialists focusing their expertise on a specific health problem. Click here to learn more.

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Should you see a spine specialist?

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Loss of bowel/bladder control is an EMERGENCY symptom. You need to see a spine surgeon or go to an Emergency Room within 24 hours, or the symptom could become permanent.

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Numbness, pain or tingling into a leg or arm, especially when it extends below a knee or elbow, could imply a disc problem, and should be seen by a spine specialist within 2 days.

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Difficulty moving an arm or leg could imply a disc problem, and should be seen by a spine specialist within 2 days.

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Any traumatic fall or car accident could have fractured bones in your spine, or herniated a disc. You should see a spine specialist promptly who may perform X-rays to assess you.

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Neck pain with headache/nausea is an EMERGENCY symptom. See a doctor in 24 hours.

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Did the pain come on after lifting, or after aggressive exercise or sports activity?

Lifting or sports activities can strain muscles, ligaments & tendons, causing painful spasms. Extreme pain can require a spine specialist. Home remedies for back pain include anti-inflammatories like Advil/Nuprin, rest, ice and some simple stretching exercises. However, if symptoms don’t improve over 3 days, you need to be assessed by a spine specialist.

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Is the pain mostly in your low back, AND accompanied by a FEVER, or making you sick?

Pain in the low back, along with a fever, could be a kidney infection. You should see a spine specialist immediately.

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Back or neck pain that doesn’t radiate pain or numbness into a leg or arm can be caused by a variety of problems, including a strain of the muscles or ligaments in the back or neck.

Home remedies include anti-inflammatories like aspirin, Advil or Nuprin, rest, ice and some simple back/neck exercises. Don’t do any exercise that causes an increase in pain.

If pain persists you may need to see a spine specialist. Call our office at 501-202-6767 to request an appointment.

Remember: Those who self diagnose themselves and self treat themselves do so at their own risk. Back and neck pain can arise from a variety of causes and may require a spine specialist to perform diagnostic tests to identify your problem and the best treatment. A spine specialized therapist can also create a home exercise program customized for you.

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    Baptist Health Spine Center recognizes the complex requirements of managing on-the-job back or neck injury. While all those with back or neck pain symptoms want to get back to activity, the issues become far more complex when a person has a work-related back or neck injury. Baptist Health Spine Center works closely with the injured worker, the employer, the insurance adjuster and the case manager to provide accurate diagnosis of the injury, the most likely cause of it, and the most appropriate treatment for the person.

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