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Expert Neck Pain Evaluation and Treatment

Neck pain, ranging from mild discomfort to debilitating agony, requires expert evaluation and treatment. At the Center for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery, led by fellowship-trained neurosurgeon Praveen Reddy, MD, MCh, patients experiencing severe neck pain or finding no relief from home remedies can access specialized care. With five prominent locations in Spring, Kingwood, Conroe, Willis, and The Woodlands, Texas, our dedicated team utilizes cutting-edge technology to effectively address cervical spine issues. Whether the pain is limiting movement or hindering daily activities, our center offers advanced neck treatments, including cervical spine surgery, aimed at resolving neck pain and restoring function.

Prompt Appointment Scheduling

For individuals seeking relief from neck pain, prompt evaluation and treatment are essential. Contact the nearest Center for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery office, to schedule an appointment for expert evaluation and personalized treatment options. Alternatively, utilize our convenient online booking feature to request an appointment today. Trust in our team's expertise and commitment to delivering compassionate care to alleviate your neck pain and improve your quality of life.


Neck Pain Q&A

Your neck pain may stem from various underlying factors, including:

  • Injuries: Neck trauma, such as whiplash from auto accidents, commonly causes acute neck pain. This type of injury often occurs when a rear-end collision abruptly jerks the head forward and back with significant force. Additionally, neck injuries can result from sports activities and falls. Overuse injuries, characterized by repeated movements over extended periods, may lead to irritation and inflammation, manifesting as neck pain.
  • Spinal Abnormalities: Several spinal abnormalities can contribute to neck pain. These include scoliosis, which involves a sideways curvature of the spine, kyphosis, characterized by a rounded or humped upper back; and lordosis, an abnormal inward curvature in the lumbar (lower) spine.
  • Tumors: Both cancerous and noncancerous growths in the neck and head region have the potential to cause pain and discomfort.
  • Age-related Disorders: Neck pain is often associated with common age-related disorders such as osteoarthritis, herniated discs, and degenerative disc disease. Osteoarthritis affects the facet joints of the spine as protective cartilage erodes over time. Degenerative disc disease weakens spinal discs, making them more susceptible to bulging or herniation, which can lead to spinal stenosis. Spinal stenosis occurs when the spinal canal becomes too narrow, compressing the nerves exiting the spinal cord and resulting in cervical radiculopathy (nerve compression in the neck vertebrae).

Connect with Us

Contact the Center for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery, or conveniently book an online appointment for prompt and effective neck pain treatment. Schedule your appointment using our online booking feature or call the nearest office.

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