No matter the age, level of fitness, or athletic ability, everyone experiences spine issues at some time in their life. If you think about it, your spine plays a major role in just about everything you do. Spine issues can lead to back pain that can range from minor discomfort to a debilitating condition.
Although we don’t recommend waiting, it’s pretty common for people to seek help once their back pain becomes frequent or lasts for an extended period of time. For spine issues caused by a sudden onset accident, we always recommend that a person seek help as soon as possible. We help a lot of patients that have suffered a sudden accident to the spine and we find that the earlier they start treatment, the better their chances for a successful rehabilitation.
Other spine issues can crop up from an injury that happened earlier in life that didn’t get addressed properly which promotes incomplete healing. In this case, we can help to assess your situation and get you on track for a treatment plan that will help you get feeling much better again.
The spine issues we treat at our clinic are:
- Spinal arthritis or osteoarthritis
- Degenerative disc disease
- Facet joint syndrome
- Herniated disk
- Spinal stenosis
- Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
- Scoliosis (curvature of the spine)
- Kyphosis (rounded back)
There are all kinds of reasons for pain-related spine issues and some can be managed by medication, and or surgery, while others can be managed by non-surgical techniques, like physical therapy, chiropractic adjustments and massage. Our clinic specializes in providing pain management through manual therapies and we’ve helped many recover to their normal way of life without ever requiring medication or surgery.
The key to ending back pain and the many other debilitating symptoms of spine issues rests in the hands of our specialists. Our doctors and therapists have the training and expertise to perform non-surgical treatment effectively. Many patients have come to us first specifically to avoid surgery and medications.
Since each person is unique and their condition is based on health history, current history and overall condition, we always recommend an initial consult and examination before we can prescribe a treatment plan. If you would like to schedule a time to speak with our doctors and assess your condition, please contact us.