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NJPSSA is a leading pain treatment clinic located in central New Jersey. Mar 18th, 2021

NJPSSA is a leading pain treatment clinic located in central New Jersey. We are committed to providing each patient the most comprehensive and exceptional level of treatment. We handle all personal, work-related, sports and motor-vehicle injuries as well as acute and chronic pain.Our center uses advanced diagnostic testing to investigate...

5 ways to relieve pain from a shoulder problem Mar 18th, 2021

Our shoulders are the most mobile joint in the body, allowing us to carry out an endless list of motions. In fact, there are very few movements we make in the course of the day that don’t involve the shoulder joint. That also means they’re highly vulnerable to injury and...

Neck and Shoulder Pain Causes and ways to relieve pain Mar 18th, 2021

What causes neck pain?Causes of neck pain include abnormalities in the bone or joints, trauma, poor posture, degenerative diseases, and tumors. Pain in the soft tissues (muscles, tendons, and ligaments) is the most common cause of neck pain and usually occurs as a result of an acute or a chronic...

What is Cervical Facet Block & Treatment Method? Mar 18th, 2021

There are numerous structures in your spine that can cause neck and/or shoulder pain. The facet joints are a frequent cause of neck pain. Facet joints are small joints at each segment of the spine that provide stability and help guide motion. The facet joints can become painful due to...

Is Your Bag Causing Back Pain? Mar 18th, 2021

In earlier days, handbags were exactly designed to be carried in your hands for smaller items like money or trinkets. It wasn’t until the 20th century, with more women becoming employed, that purses grew in size and began being slung over the shoulder for evening use or going to the...

Knee joint injections Mar 17th, 2021

The knee is essentially composed of four bones: the femur, tibia, fibula, and patella. All four of these bones work in concert to aid the knee during movement. There are also muscles involved during flexion and extension of the knee. The muscles include the hamstrings, which support the back of...