Back and neck pain are common health problems that most people will experience at least once in their life. While many episodes of back and neck pain are short-lived, sometimes this pain can persist for long periods and have detrimental effects on quality of life.
While medical treatment (medication and surgery) is sometimes necessary to treat back and neck pain, these treatments are associated with higher risks and higher costs as compared with physical therapy.
Clinical research has clearly demonstrated that early access to physical therapy reduces the risk for advanced imaging, surgery, injections and opioid medications. Along with this comes dramatic reductions in total healthcare costs for patients receiving early physical therapy.*
Bottom line: Physical therapy saves you money and leads to better outcomes.
Spine related conditions we treat:
• Herniated disks
• Degenerative disk disease
• Spinal stenosis
• Facet joint arthritis
• Sacroiliac joint (SI joint) pain
• Spinal fusion and other spinal surgeries
• Failed back surgery
• Cervicogenic headaches
• Cervicogenic dizziness
• Myofascial pain