Utah SUBOXONE THERAPY: IS IT FOR YOU?

peakhwChronic Pain and Addiction, Suboxone Therapy

Utah Suboxone Therapy is now available at Peak Health and Wellness under the guidance of Dr. Nikesh Seth and his team of providers. The combination of buprenorphine and naloxone effectively treats opiate addiction by offering a type of opioid with an opioid effect blocker (including the common effect of pain relief). When used correctly under the management of a pain … Read More

Bulging Disk Pain Doesn’t Just Happen in Your Lower Back

Bryan HainsworthBack Pain, Chronic Pain, Chronic Pain and Addiction, Pain Relief

When most people think disc pain, they think lower back pain, but Dr. Nikesh Seth often treats bulging discs in the neck, too. The spinal column extends from your cervical (neck) spine to your lower (lumbar) spine, and any of the vertebrae along this route can develop a bulging disc. Just like anywhere else on the spine, a bulging disc happens when … Read More

Free Patient Appointment!

Bryan HainsworthBack Pain, Chronic Pain, Chronic Pain and Addiction, Diabetes, Free Patient Appointment, Joint Pain

We have an exciting promotion for any new patient! Your first patient visit is COMPLETELY FREE! No obligation whatsoever. Come see why our staff and providers are the best in Utah for pain management and/or addiction treatment. We are confident in our ability to accurately diagnose and prescribe the best approach to you healthcare needs. Our providers and doctors and … Read More

Treating Work Related Injuries

peakhwChronic Pain and Addiction, Work Injury

Worker on ladder

If you get hurt on the job or while performing work-related tasks, you may be eligible for a workers’ comp claim, and Dr. Nikesh Seth’s staff is happy to help you complete these forms. The most common work-related injuries are slips, trips, and falls. They make up 33 percent of all workplace injuries and are a major factor in workers’ comp claims. The kinds of injuries … Read More

At risk for developing or exacerbating your fibromyalgia?

Bryan HainsworthChronic Pain, Chronic Pain and Addiction

Hip Pain

Are you at risk for developing or exacerbating your fibromyalgia? Could you be at risk for developing fibromyalgia? Do you already have it and have episodes where the pain seems to intensify? Approximately 6 million Americans suffer from this illness. That’s a lot of pain! Below are certain things that may lead you to develop fibromyalgia or if you have … Read More