We will provide you with a comprehensive evaluation of your pain problem(s) on your first visit.
Be sure to bring as many previous medical records, physician notes, MRI or X-ray reports. If they are not available, we will work with you to obtain them.
A herniated disc is a prevalent source of neck, arm, back, and leg pain is typically seen in adults between 30 and 50 years of age.
Spinal stenosis is a condition that typically develops very slowly as we get older, usually occurring after the age of 50.
If you're experiencing persistent, chronic pain in any part of your spine, from your neck to your lower back, you may be suffering from facet syndrome.
Persistent back pain after having surgery or your spine (sometimes called Failed Back Surgery).
As we get older, the discs in our back go through a natural aging process, which may result in degeneration or thinning of your discs. Your low back pain may increase while sitting, bending forward, coughing or sneezing.
One of the most common causes of low back pain occurs due to injuries to the sacroiliac (SI) joint and ligaments.
Spinal Compression Fractures (SCF) become more prevalent with age, particularly for women with osteoporosis or weakened bones.
Myofascial Pain Syndrome (MPS) is a chronic condition that affects the body's soft tissues.