Discogenic Pain Treatment

To get the proper care that’s right for you, it’s important to identify the source of pain. Discogenic pain can be in the back or neck and is described as one or more intervertebral discs that are the pain source. 

This happens over time as we age and is associated with degeneration of the lumbar or cervical spine. Incidentally, once the disc has lost all inflammatory proteins, typically after the age of 60, then the pain virtually goes away.  However, if you are experiencing pain, it can be treated with non-surgical methods such as physical therapy, chiropractic treatments, acupuncture, and medication. If the pain is chronic, then there are minimally invasive options.

So let’s look at the research: According to Science Direct, degenerative disc disease is identified in radiology by a number of characteristics including disc space narrowing, vacuum disc, endplate sclerosis, and osteophyte formation. MRI is the preferred modality of imaging to diagnose degenerative disc disease. A herniated disc, bulging disc, and internal disc derangement can cause disc degeneration and lead to discogenic pain.

Treatment options


Stryker© decompressor

Epidural Injection

Intradiscal PRP

Intradiscal Bone Marrow derived from stem cells

We strive for continued learning and finding advanced treatment methods for discogenic pain. Our fellowship-trained physicians go above and beyond for patients to alleviate pain.  It’s important to find the source of pain to provide adequate treatment.  If you are experiencing neck or back pain, please schedule an appointment today. It may mean more than just a strain.  The longer you wait, the harder it will be to treat your discogenic pain and any other underlying conditions.  

Arcadia Location

51 N. 5th Ave Suite B
Arcadia, CA 91006
(818) 338-6860
(626) 460-1096

Glendale Location

317 S Brand Blvd Suite A-104
Glendale, CA 91204
(818) 338-6860
(626) 460-1096


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