Herniated Disc/Bulging Disc – Herniated discs, bulging discs, slipped discs and similar terms are most common in the lower back and secondarily in the neck. We offer a variety of treatment options, from physical therapy, to minimally invasive procedures to state-of-the-art techniques like Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy. But the most important step to relieving your back or neck pain is getting a proper diagnosis, so Request a Consultation today.
Degenerative Disc Disease – Technically degenerative disc disease is not a disease at all, rather it refers to a condition where spinal discs lose their shape, elasticity and ability to provide cushioning to our vertebrae. Left unchecked it can lead to other, more serious complications, which is why a personalized treatment plan can help you overcome what is often a natural result of aging. Request a Consultation today.
Spinal Stenosis – This abnormal narrowing of the spinal canal leads to pressure on the nerves resulting in pain, numbness and reduced motor control. Following a proper diagnosis, a combination of non-invasive and minimally invasive techniques can reduce or eliminate pain and restore function. Don’t live with spine pain – get treatment. Request a Consultation today.
Radiculopathy – This term refers to a set of conditions that create radiating (radicular) pain, weakness or numbness. While the problem itself occurs where the nerve root exits the spinal cord, the symptoms are experienced in – or radiate to – other parts of the body. This makes self-diagnosing radiculopathic conditions especially difficult, so please Request a Consultation today. After a proper diagnosis a personalized care plan consisting of physical therapy and perhaps minimally invasive injections or other spine pain treatments will be developed to treat the underlying condition.
Sacroiliac Dysfunction – Also called sacroiliac joint dysfunction, sacroiliac joint disorder, sacroiliac joint disease, sacroiliac joint syndrome or sacroiliac syndrome, these conditions can affect a wide variety of small and large muscle groups in the legs and back. A proper diagnosis is essential and, depending on your needs, a regimen of physical therapy and possibly minimally invasive procedures including steroid injections will be developed. Request a Consultation today.
Sciatica – Pain shooting or radiating down the leg is often referred to as sciatica, and in most cases is caused by a herniated disc. Mild cases of sciatica can be treated with conservative means, such as physical therapy while severe and persistent sciatica may lead to the introduction of one or a combination of minimally invasive treatments. Playing through sciatica isn’t wise – or necessary – Request a Consultation today so we can treat your sciatica and related back pain and get you back to peak performance.