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Spine Health

 

Back Pain/Slipped disc
Pain in the lower back, or upper back.
Neck Pain
The neck can be afflicted with spinal stenosis, herniated disc, osteoarthritis, degenerative disc disease, and also by muscle strain, whiplash or other conditions.
Spondylitis
Inflammation of the spinal vertebrae; it can occur at any spinal level.
Leg Pain/Sciatica
When the nerves exiting the spine in the lower back are impinged, the pain may extend down the leg as a general pain, tingling, numbness, or weakness.
Osteoporosis
Most fractures in the spine are caused by osteoporosis, which is a condition in which bones lose structural integrity.
Pregnancy and Back Pain
The bodily changes during pregnancy make back pain a common development. Certain treatments are recommended for most pregnant women to prevent back pain.
Sports and Spine Injuries
Certain sports injuries are likely to cause or worsen back pain due to repetitive motions and added strain on the spine.
Chronic Pain
Back pain that lasts longer than 3 months is considered unlikely to heal on its own and different treatment paths are considered in order to get pain relief.
Arthritis and Osteoarthritis
Spinal arthritis - also called degenerative joint disease - is the breakdown of the cartilage between the facet joints in the spine, leading to low back pain and/or leg pain.
Fibromyalgia
Fibromyalgia is a chronic muscular pain syndrome, which may first appear as back pain.
Scoliosis
An abnormal side-to-side curvature of the spine, known as scoliosis, develops mostly in adolescents, but can also be a byproduct of aging and arthritis.
Ankylosing spondylitis
Ankylosing spondylitis is a type of arthritis that affects the spine. symptoms include pain and stiffness from the neck down to the lower back. The spine’s bones (vertebrae) may grow or fuse together, resulting in a rigid spine. These changes may be mild or severe, and may lead to a stooped-over posture. Early diagnosis and treatment helps control pain and stiffness and may reduce or prevent significant deformity.
Mechanical diagnosis and treatment –McKenzie™ Therapy
the industry leading technique, The Mckenzie Method is an overall program of assessment, treatment and prevention strategies that are performed by a McKenzie certified physical therapist. While the McKenzie Method aims to empower the patient and promote independence with treatment, manual treatment is also incorporated and essential to the success of this approach. The ultimate goal of the McKenzie Method is to teach patients suffering from spinal pain how to manage their problems independently and understand their spine. Each patient’s spinal condition is slightly different from the next. The importance of fully understanding how your spine behaves is paramount in your ability to lead a functional and comfortable life.
Manual therapy- Maitland therapy
Maitland-Australian Concept. This concept of assessment and treatment for SPINAL and PERIPHERAL conditions is recognized worldwide as an efficient, safe and gentle way to alleviate pain, restore movement, and maximize function.

General stretching and strengthening
It conditions the upper and lower body to better support and protect the spine for overall health, not just the affected area.

Core training
- Strengthening of the weakened muscles that support the spine. Core stability is essential for the maintenance of an upright posture and especially for movements and lifts that require extra effort such as lifting a heavy weight from the ground to a table. Without core stability the lower back is not supported from inside and can be injured by strain caused by the exercise. It is also believed that insufficient core stability can result in lower back pain, poor posture and lethargy.
Patient education
We educate you on your condition and give you the tools to maintain a healthy back and neck.

Postural correction
Good posture is an easy and very important way to maintain a healthy mind and body. When you practice correct posture, your body is in alignment with itself. This can alleviate common problems such as back pain, headaches, and fatigue. Good posture comes from strong core muscles that stabilize your torso, whether you're sitting at your desk or running errands all day. Posture correction is important to treat and further prevent back and neck pain.

  • Posture assessment
  • Posture correction guidelines
  • Posture braces if required
  • Postural exercises
  • Product Recommendations to maintain posture
Traction
Traction gently extends the neck, opening the spaces between the cervical vertebrae and temporarily alleviating pressure on the affected discs. Taking the pressure off of the nerves and opening up the spine allows inflammation to dissipate and pressure to come off nerves. This kind of traction may work extremely well when the neck pain is acute.

You may be a candidate if one or more of the following applies to you:

  1. You have recurring painful flare-ups of neck or back problems
  2. You have pain radiating down your arms or legs
  3. You experience numbness or tingling
  4. You have difficulty performing daily activities
  5. You have functional limitations that affect standing, sitting, sleeping, etc.
  6. You have tried many different treatments—maybe even surgery—without success

If any of the above statements are true of you, we can help. Take the first step to getting your life back.