Spinal & Back Injury Treatment to Help Your Recovery

Treatment for your Spinal/Back Injuries to Get You Moving Again

Your First Spinal & Back Rehab Appointment


An appointment for spinal and back pain will consist of a conversation to determine how and when it started, how it feels, and how it impacts you daily. We will evaluate your posture and movement, your core, hip, and back strength, foot position, as well as the positions you need to be in during your day to day activities.

Providing a Range of Back Pain Therapies to aid your Rehabilitation


Once we have determined the root cause of your pain we will provide hands on manual treatment to eliminate your pain and restore function. We will provide you with an at home program aimed at strengthening, stretching, and providing stability and mobility needed for your unique injury. As needed we will provide therapies such as ultrasound, electrotherapy (TENS, EMS, muscle stim) and heat.

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Helping you Understand the Root Cause of Your Back Injury


We will help you to maintain your current level of activity as able in a way that will not aggravate your injury and help you to understand how your injury developed and what you can do to ensure your recovery, and to stay injury free long after treatment

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Common Spinal/Back Injuries That we Provide Therapy for

  • Sciatica
  • Disc Herniation’s
  • Misalignment injuries
  • Sprains and Strains
  • Groin Injuries
  • Hamstring Injuries
  • Hip Flexor Injuries
  • Nerve Impingement
  • Scoliosis
  • Chronic Pain

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