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

Nerve Pain and Treatment

peakhwChronic Pain, Nerve Pain, Pain Drs, Pain Relief

Nerve pain can be brutally debilitating, but Dr. Nikesh Seth and his team has a variety of treatment options available. Peak Health and Wellness regularly sees this common condition, and the tricky part about nerve pain is that it can present in a completely different location than the source of the pain. It’s imperative to find the source in order to treat the root cause … Read More

Chronic Shoulder Pain – Is surgery my only option?

peakhwChronic Pain, Joint Pain

Taylor Swenson, APRN, FNP-C

Surgery is Not Your Only Option I’ll get to the point…No, surgery is not your only option. There are many different reasons a person can suffer from chronic shoulder pain. There are many ways to treat shoulder pain as well. The article I will link to at the conclusion of this article took a look at a patients in the … Read More

Fibromyalgia Pain Explained

Bryan HainsworthChronic Pain

Bryan Hainsworth, PA

Fibromyalgia is the bodies practiced ability to feel pain really really well, much more so than a normal person. For more information, please see the article about central sensitization to pain.