Treatments

Whiplash Injury

“Whiplash” is a strain-sprain injury to the ligaments, muscles and joints of the neck. It most commonly occurs in auto accidents when the head and neck are jerked suddenly during impact. Symptoms ...

Sciatica

Sciatica is pain in the leg caused by irritation of the sciatic nerve. The pain usually extends from the buttock area down the back of the thigh to the knee and possibly as far as the foot. Leg ...

Headaches

Every person at one time or another in their lives has had a headache. While an occasional headache is nothing to be concerned with, severe and recurring headaches can significantly reduce ones’ ...

Disk Herniation

The disk is the cartilage pad between each vertebra. There are 24 vertebrae in the spine: seven neck vertebra (cervical), twelve mid-back vertebra (thoracic) and five low-back vertebra (lumbar). ...

Degenerated Disk

The disk is the cartilage pad between each vertebra. It acts as a cushion or shock absorber and as a spacer to allow room for the spinal nerves to exit on each side of the spine. As we age our ...

Back Strain

Many patients who develop nonspecific back pain without pain in the arms or legs are given various diagnoses. “Back strain” or “strain-sprain” injury to the low back (lumbar), mid back (thoracic) ...

Back Pain

Back pain affects 80 percent of adults at some point in their life and is the number one cause of disability in the working age population. Symptoms of a back problem may include stiffness, ...