Millions of people are suffering from chronic pain that limits mobility and makes simple day-to-day activities difficult. But, you don't have to continue to suffer. The first step in treating your painful condition is identifying the cause. We've seen and successfully treated conditions that affect all parts of the body.

Conditions Treated:

  • Back Pain

    • ​Back pain is an extremely common condition, affecting millions of people every day. Back pain can result from a wide array of causes including injury, lifestyle choices, age or an underlying spinal condition. Treatments can vary greatly too, from home remedies, physical therapy, pain management or surgical solutions.

  • Neck Pain
    • ​Neck pain, too, is very common and can be debilitating. Pain in your neck can greatly diminish your daily activities and lead to a decreased quality of life. There are many different treatments available to manage and solve your neck pain, nonsurgical or surgical.

  • Sciatica
    • ​Research shows that as many as 4 out of 10 people will experience sciatica during their lifetime. Sciatica, or pain relating to the sciatic nerve, is very treatable and can be managed or resolved with a tailored treatment plan.

  • Spondylolisthesis
    • ​Spondylolisthesis comes from the Greek word spondylos, meaning "spine," and lythesis, meaning "to slip." Spondylolisthesis occurs when one of your spinal discs slips out of place and can cause mild or intense pain through the neck or back.

  • Arthritis

    • ​Arthritis is an inflammation of joints that can cause pain that is sporadic, recurring or constant. Arthritis can affect any joint in the body and typically gets worse with age.

  • Bulging Disc

    • ​A bulging disc occurs when the tough outer layer of a spinal disc bulges out into the spinal canal and causes pain or discomfort. A bulging disc can create pain that radiates through the back and, sometimes, to other parts of the body, as well.

  • Chronic Knee Pain

    • ​Long-term knee pain can significantly impact your mobility and overall physical health. Aches, pains and burning sensations in one or both knees can be treated with pain management through injections or blocks, or surgery when the damage is severe.

  • Degenerative Disc Disease

    • ​Degenerative disc disease is a natural condition that refers to the break down of spinal discs related to age and normal wear and tear. The progression of degenerative disc disease will vary from person to person and the severity of degeneration will determine the best course of treatment.

  • Disc Tear

    • ​A disc tear occurs when a spinal disc has been damaged and usually results in nerve compression and significant pain. Disc tears can be difficult to diagnose, but once identified, can be repaired or managed through minimallly invasive methods.

  • Facet Arthopathy

    • ​Facet arthropathy is a common cause of back pain, When the facet joints are damaged or stressed over time, facet arthropathy can result and cause tremendous pain and decreased mobility.

  • Facet Joint Disease

    • ​Facet joint disease can affect any part of the spine, but it is most common in the lumbar region, or lower back. When cartilage breaks down around the facet joints of the spine, joints become damaged and facet joint disease occurs.

  • Fibromyalgia

    • ​Fibromyalgia is a very common and complex chronic pain disorder that causes widespread muscle pain and tenderness throughout the body.

  • Foraminal Stenosis

    • ​Foraminal Stenosis is the narrowing of the cervical disc space in the spinal canal, which can happen because of another spinal condition, like a disc tear, or due to normal aging. The majority of symptoms with this type of cervical spinal stenosis are usually caused by one nerve root on one side.

  • Headaches/Migraines

    • ​Severe headaches and chronic migraines are debilitating. If you are experiencing 15 or more days per month with headaches, you are experiencing chronic migraines and should consult a medical professional.

  • Herniated Disc 

    • ​A herniated disc occurs when the soft inner layer of a spinal disc breaks and spills out to the outer layer and spinal canal. A herniated disc can irritate nerves and cause pain, numbness or weakness in the back, arms or legs.

  • Lumbar Radiculopathy

    • ​Lumbar radiculopathy is an irritation of the nerve as it exits the spine. This is usually caused by a herniated disc or bone spur and can cause radiating pain down the back of the leg.

  • Neuromas

    • ​Morton's neuroma is a painful condition of thickening of tissues around the toes. This can be caused by excessive irritation, like running long distances in poor footwear.

  • Osteoarthritis

    • ​Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis with pain and tenderness of joints at almost any point in the body.

  • Pelvic Pain

    • ​Pelvic pain, although more common in women, can affect both men and women. There are many treatments that can relieve or effectively eliminate persistent pelvic pain.

  • Pinched Nerve

    • ​A pinched nerve, or compressed nerve, can be extremely painful and can limit your daily physical activity. However, there are a number of pain management and surgical solutions that can help.

  • Radiculopathy

    • ​Often caused by the natural aging process or a sudden injury, radiculopathy is a painful condition resulting from pinched or compressed nerves.

  • Sacoiliitis

    • ​Sacroiliitis is an inflammation of the sacroilic joint, which is situated where your spine and pelvis connect. Sacroiliitis can be difficult to diagnose, and it has been linked to diseases that cause arthritis of the spine.

  • Spinal Stenosis

    • ​Spinal stenosis is when spaces within your spine become too narrow. This most often occurs in the lower back and neck and may require surgery if it is determined extra space in your spinal cord or nerves is needed.

  • Tennis Elbow

    • ​Tennis elbow is a painful condition caused by stress or overuse of the forearm, wrist and fingers that results in recurring pain on the outside of the elbow.

  • Work Related Injuries

    • ​Work-related injuries can be major, such as a car accident, or minor, like a fall in the break room, but they can be debilitating and may respond to various forms of treatment.

For NJ residents with chronic pain, pain management treatments can improve your quality of life. We aim to resolve your pain and bring your back to a full and active lifestyle. We offer an array of pain management solutions and treatments designed to resolve your individual conditions. As a patient of Elite Wellness Spine & Sports of NJ, you will meet with our expert staff and team of doctors to tailor a treatment plan for your specific need. Below are a few of our treatment options.


  • Epidural Steroid Injection

    • ​Epidural steroid injections are the most common form of ongoing treatment for neck or back pain and involve an injection of anesthetic and medication to relieve pain occuring in the neck, arms, back or legs.

  • Nerve Block

    • ​Like epidural steroid injections, greater occipital nerve blocks are injections of anesthetic and medication into the back of the head, intended to immediately relieve occipital pain.

  • Cervical Disc Replacement

    • ​This minimally invasive spine surgery is the highest technology available to solve chronic and debilitating neck or back pain caused by a variety of spinal conditions.

  • Laser Spine Surgery 

    • ​Laser spine surgery is minimally invasive and is the most successful approach to surgical spine solutions that results in small incisions, faster recovery times and greater long-term outlooks.

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