Our Blog Helps Patients with Chronic Pain Explore Their Options

Need a second opinion? Our blog explores common causes of pain symptoms after surgery, including nerve entrapment leading to head and neck discomfort, groin pain after a hernia or C-section, and other chronic pain conditions. Browse or search our blog posts today for help.

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  • What You Should Know About Thigh Pain and Meralgia Paresthetica Do you have tingling, burning pain, or numbness in your outer thigh? Dr. Eric Williams discusses a potential cause, meralgia paresthetica, and treatments.
  • The Effects of C-Section Pain Are you still feeling pain well after your C-section? Don’t let discomfort take you away from precious moments with your baby! Dr. Eric Williams discusses what symptoms you should look for and when it is time to see a doctor about your C-section pain.
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  • Inguinal Hernias, Groin Pain, Nerve Blocks, and Finding Relief If you have persistent pain in your groin, especially months after following a surgery, then the problem may be nerve-related. Dr. Eric Williams in Baltimore is a nerve specialist who may be able to help you find the relief you need.
  • Psychological Effects of Chronic Pain Beyond the physical effects of chronic pain, you might also find yourself experiencing psychological symptoms as well. It’s not talked about often, but issues like depression, insomnia, and anxiety are sometimes connected to a situation wherein long-lasting pain is present. This is completely normal and can happen to any of us. If you are frustrated with the effects neurogenic pain is having on you, you might be able to find relief if Dr. Williams can determine and treat the underlying source of your chronic pain.
  • Get Your Free Whitepaper Today! To help you better understand nerve pain following knee surgery, Dr. Eric H. Williams has authored a whitepaper on the subject, and is pleased to offer it to you at absolutely no cost. If you had surgery six months ago (or longer) and are having chronic, neuropathic pain, something is clearly wrong and needs to be addressed. Dr. Williams would love the opportunity to help you find relief from the pain, so don’t hesitate to contact his Baltimore office and request a consultation if you’re in this frustrating situation.
  • Treating Post-Amputation Pain If you are experiencing pain following a limb amputation, Dr. Eric H. Williams—a Baltimore peripheral nerve surgeon—may be able to provide the care you need. In this post, Dr. Williams takes the time to let you know that you aren’t alone in dealing with this situation, and that he has surgical techniques that may be able to help you find the relief you deserve.
  • Why You’re Having Knee Pain After Surgery Pain following knee surgery—either to repair or replace the joint—isn’t something you have to live with. The first step in finding the relief you need is to understand why the problem has developed. Dr. Eric H. Williams has been able to help many patients suffering from postsurgical pain, including following knee procedures. If this is something you are experiencing, he may be able to help.
  • Why Finding Help for Pain is Never a Lost Cause If you are having painful symptoms—burning, tingling, hypersensitivity, etc.—or even numbness, the problem might be nerve-related. The pain is bad enough, but this situation can also keep you from doing the things you want to do in life. Even if other doctors have told you there’s no hope, Dr. Williams wants you to know seeking help for pain is never a lost cause! If you feel like you’re out of options, contact his Baltimore office and request a consultation today.
  • Lingering Pain After Knee Surgery Chronic, neuropathic pain following knee surgery is a problem, one that Dr. Williams may be able to help. Find out more about this situation, and then make sure to contact our Baltimore office for a consultation.