Common Conditions We Treat


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Most spinal stenosis cases we treat are caused by wear and tear on the spinal cord and spinal structure, where a narrowing of the spine occurs reducing space affecting one or more locations along the spinal cord. People with severe cases may require surgery to create more space inside the spinal canal, decreasing pain and the symptoms of spinal stenosis.

At Sonoran Pain & Spine, we work with our patients to diagnose their pain and find a solution that will allow them to get back to doing their best.If you are suffering from spinal stenosis, or believe you may be, contact us today and schedule an appointment for treatment with Dr. Minesh Zaveri.

“The entire experience from scheduling an appointment to walking out the door was fantastic. You really get the sense that this is a world class practice. They made me feel welcomed and did not rush through the visit. He, and his PA, answered all my questions and ensured I understood the prognosis and all possible directions of care moving forward. I’m very happy we came across SPS.”

Nick Garcia / patient

Treatment Plans

More Information for Patients Experiencing Spinal Stenosis

Pain Relief Treatment for Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is known to create both acute and chronic pain caused from nerve pressure and also caused numbness in the legs, arms, and shoulders. Many people don’t realize that spinal stenosis is similar to arthritis in that it gradually affects the spinal canal. Without proper treatment, the condition can grow and the spinal column can continue to narrow, in which symptoms of spinal stenosis can worsen over time.

When it comes to treating spinal stenosis, the severity of the condition and the patient’s response to non-surgical or conservative treatments are important factors that are considered before making a recommendation. At Sonoran Pain & Spine we offer a variety of non-surgical options that can help patients get back to their daily activities and improve your quality of life.

Common Pain Relief & Treatments for Spinal Stenosis:

  • Ice and/or heat packs
  • Physical Therapy & Stretching to
  • Manual spinal manipulation
  • Over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen, naproxen or COX-2 inhibitors for pain relief
  • Narcotic pain medications for pain relief
  • Epidural injections to reduce inflammation and pain

Why Choose Us for Spinal Stenosis Treatment?

In some cases, surgery may be recommended to treat a spinal stenosis. It’s important to consult with Dr. Minesh Zaveri first to get the plan in place that works best for you.

At Sonoran Pain & Spine, we treat a wide variety of joint & spinal ailments, including spinal stenosis. Before starting on a treatment plan, it is of the utmost importance that we perform an accurate and thorough diagnosis of your pain.

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