Facet Joint Pain
The deterioration of the facet joints, which help limit excessive motion and stabilize the spine. Facet joints are lined with cartilage and surrounded by a lubricating capsule, enabling the vertebrae to bend and twist.
Symptoms vary and can affect different regions of the spine and may include:
pain felt in middle to upper back, neck and shoulders
pain in lower back, back of thighs or buttocks
soreness, stiffness and general pain from inflammation
Facet Joint Pain can be caused by:
loss of cartilage that has worn away
damage to a joint when damaged, injured or stressed
Contact us immediately if you are experiencing Facet Joint Pain so that we can help you identify the source of your pain, discuss treatment options and provide you with a comprehensive treatment plan to help you recover. We accept most insurances which can be viewed here.