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

Arthritis is an inflammation of joints that can cause pain that is sporadic, recurring or constant. Arthritis can affect any joint in the body and typically gets worse with age.

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Bulging Disc
Chronic Knee Pain
Chronic Shoulder Pain
Degenerative Disc Disease

Degenerative disc disease is a natural condition that refers to the break down of spinal discs related to age and normal wear and tear. The progression of degenerative disc disease will vary from person to person and the severity of degeneration will determine the best course of treatment.

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Diabetic Neuropathy
Disc Tear
Facet Arthropathy
Facet Joint Disease

Facet joint disease can affect any part of the spine, but it is most common in the lumbar region, or lower back. When cartilage breaks down around the facet joints of the spine, joints become damaged and facet joint disease occurs.

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Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
Fibromyalgia
Foraminal Stenosis
Headaches / Migraines

Severe headaches and chronic migraines are debilitating. If you are experiencing 15 or more days per month with headaches, you are experiencing chronic migraines and should consult a medical professional.

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Herniated Disc
Internal Disc Disruption
Lumbar Radiculopathy
Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries

Motor vehicle accidents happen every day and affect millions of people. Many injuries resulting from car accidents can be treated through both nonsurgical and surgical methods.

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Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Neuromas
Occipital Pain
Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis with pain and tenderness of joints at almost any point in the body.

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Pelvic Pain
Peripheral Vascular Pain
Pinched Nerve
Post Laminectomy Syndrome

Post laminectomy syndrome is another term for failed back syndrome. If you've had a spine surgery in the past and are continuing to suffer with neck or back pain, you are likely experiencing post laminectomy syndrome.

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Radiculopathy
Sacroiliitis
Spinal Stenosis
Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is a painful condition caused by stress or overuse of the forearm, wrist and fingers that results in recurring pain on the outside of the elbow.

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Work-Related Injuries

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