CONDITIONS WE TREAT
Millions of people are suffering from chronic pain that limits mobility and makes simple day-to-day activities difficult. But, you don't have to continue to suffer. The first step in treating your painful condition is identifying the cause. We've seen and successfully treated conditions that affect all parts of the body.
If you think you might be suffering from any of the conditions below, or if you need a second opinion for an existing condition, reach out to us today to get back on the road to recovery.
CONDITION #1: BACK PAIN
Back pain is an extremely common condition, affecting millions of people every day. Back pain can result from a wide array of causes including injury, lifestyle choices, age or an underlying spinal condition. Treatments can vary greatly too, from home remedies, physical therapy, pain management or surgical solutions.
CONDITION #2: NECK PAIN
Neck pain, too, is very common and can be debilitating. Pain in your neck can greatly diminish your daily activities and lead to a decreased quality of life. There are many different treatments available to manage and solve your neck pain, nonsurgical or surgical.
CONDITION #3: SCIATICA
Research shows that as many as 4 out of 10 people will experience sciatica during their lifetime. Sciatica, or pain relating to the sciatic nerve, is very treatable and can be managed or resolved with a tailored treatment plan.
CONDITION #4: SPONDYLOLISTHESIS
Spondylolisthesis comes from the Greek word spondylos, meaning "spine," and lythesis, meaning "to slip." Spondylolisthesis occurs when one of your spinal discs slips out of place and can cause mild or intense pain through the neck or back.
Arthritis / Osteoarthritis
Chronic Knee Pain
Chronic Shoulder Pain
Degenerative Disc Disease
Facet Joint Disease
Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
Headaches / Migraines
Internal Disc Disruption
Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries
Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Post Laminectomy Syndrome
LET'S EVALUATE YOUR PAIN
Experiencing back or neck pain? Use our pain assessment tool to determine possible treatments for chronic or worsening symptoms.