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Treating Pain & Changing Lives

Nobody wants to live in pain. The patients featured in these stories suffered real pain and wanted their lives back — so they took action. And so can you. Success Stories

Michelle Mrad

Michelle Mrad’s battle with pain began eight years ago when she was seriously injured in an auto accident. Her wounds healed, but the residual back pain, numbness and tingling down her leg required visits to orthopedists, neurologists and a chiropractor. Relief, however, did not come. Despondent, Mrad took the advice of her primary care physician and scheduled an appointment at National Spine & Pain Centers, where her health and fortunes took a dramatic turn for the better.

NSPC physicians confirmed a previous diagnosis — two bulging discs in her back. Fearing that surgery would be the only remedy, Mrad was thrilled when NSPC doctors suggested a protocol of non-surgical interventional procedures including epidurals, facet and trigger point injections and radiofrequency denervation. “I did not want to have surgery and they gave me options,” Mrad explained.

Further testing also revealed a disc tear, which had been previously undetected. Disc Regenerative Therapy (DRT) was performed and the results for Mrad have exceeded her expectations. “They never gave up on me. They gave me hope and improved my quality of life,” Mrad shared. “I am feeling so much better that I recently took on a second job. The care and concern I was shown involved everyone — the doctors, physicians, physician assistants and front office staff. I have referred family and friends to National Spine and Pain Centers and they have been equally impressed.”

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