Carolina Spine Center is dedicated to diagnose and treat painful spine related problems! Dr. Singh and his team offer a comprehensive approach to deliver high-level care for their patients.
Paul G. Singh is a board certified, fellowship trained, Interventional Spine Physician. He is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. As a physiatrist, he is trained in the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries. He is well known for his warm personality and his ability to make patients feel at ease.
Carolina Spine Center in the News:
HERE'S WHAT OUR PATIENTS HAVE TO SAY:
"I went to Dr. Singh a few months after he started practicing medicine. Other Neurologists had suggested surgery for my back issues, but Dr. Singh had another solution, a steroid epidural. Seven plus years later, I can say Dr. Singh changed my life for the better, and my back issues are ‘behind me,’ and did NOT require surgery" … Craig S.
"Would not go to another Dr. The best Dr. and staff. Always friendly, caring, and just pure wonderful. Thanks for everything!" ... Kathey B.
For patients with neck pain that radiates to the arm, Dr. Singh is one of the few interventional spine physicians in the area with the experience to inject medication directly around the specific painful nerve in the cervical spine. This epidural injection (cervical transforaminal) can have increased and more sustained benefit compared to a general epidural (cervical interlaminar) that most physicians perform.
Carolina Spine Center works closely with a patient's primary care physician and other helth care professionals to ensure the best possible care. We are a interventional spine clinic. We specialize in using minimally-invasive flouroscopic guided procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of pain. We believe that in most cases that the right therapies and medication can effectively treat pain and reduce any type of dependence.
- Back Pain, Neck Pain, Myofascial Pain
- Osteoarthritis, Sciatica, Osteoporosis
- Muscle Deconditioning/Tightness, Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
- Cervicogenic Headaches
- Facet Joint Pain
- Failed Back Surgery Syndrome