Surgery and Non-Surgery Treatment Options for Radiculopathy
Pain from a pinched nerve is called radiculopathy.
Pinched nerves can occur at different areas long the spine: cervical in the neck, thoracic in the upper back, or lumbar in the lower back. Symptoms often include pain, weakness, numbness and tingling.
MetroHealth Spine Specialists can help relieve your pinched nerve pain with non-surgical care or surgery for pinched nerve in the back, including minimally invasive spine surgery.
- MetroHealth Spine Center physicians help to identify the underlying cause and prescribe traditional and non-traditional treatment options for you that will offer improvement.
- We specialize in pain relief approaches without the use of opioids.
- We offer non-surgical treatment options, such as periodic cortisone injections, core strengthening, physical therapy or Osteopathic Manipulation Treatments, a variation of chiropractic care that helps get your body back into its natural balance.
MetroHealth spine specialists can help you feel better again.
To schedule an appointment by phone, please call 216-778-3700. You can also request an appointment online.Request Appointment
MetroHealth Spine Center’s team of physicians, surgeons, and specialists are leaders in the treatment of back, neck and spine problems, disorders, and injuries, from simple injuries to the most complex cases.
At MetroHealth’s Spine Center, we tailor our care for each patient’s needs. We work with you to find the best solution for your pain, your lifestyle and your needs.
At your first visit, you will be seen by a provider who will examine you and ensure you get to the right specialist to best meet your needs, so you quickly get on a path to recovery.
If needed, we will collaborate with other medical departments and specialty areas to provide the best treatment plan for you.