NECK AND BACK PAIN

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The following are conditions we treat that may cause neck or back pain:

ILIOLUMBAR LIGAMENTS

Illiolumbar ligaments keep the lower spine together by anchoring it to stronger bones to provide support making them one of the most important connective tissues in the body. Any form of trauma, injury or defect to these ligaments not only reduce their powerful strength, but also increases pain and reduced mobility.

FACET JOINTS

Facet joints are located along the spine. They are almost constantly in motion as the body goes from one movement to another. Over the years, they can be placed at high risk for severe wear. The overuse can lead to a reduction in mobility and increase back pain.

INTERSPINOUS LIGAMENTS

Interspinous ligaments, located along the spine, are most commonly caused by whiplash. Damage to interspinous ligaments negatively impact the stability of the spine as well as the body’s ability to move properly. Due to the restricted blood supply to the damaged area, the recovery period for an injury can last from several weeks to a months.

BICEPS TENDINOSIS

Tendinosis is the degeneration of the tendon’s collagen in response to chronic use. There are a variety of treatment options available. The most effective treatments are orthopedic and regenerative medicine treatments. While the body may be able to repair on its own, most people require further rehabilitative treatments to assist the body to completely heal.

CHRONIC GLENOHUMERAL LIGAMENT SPRAINS

The ligaments in the shoulder plays a large role in keeping the complex shoulder joint together to allow individuals to experience full range of movement. Glenohumeral ligament sprains can cause the shoulder to dislocate.

SUBACROMIAL BURSITIS

Subacromial Bursitis occurs when the small fluid sac, called bursa, between the rotator cuff and the acromion of the shoulder becomes inflamed. The subacromial bursa helps the motion of the rotator cuff in activities such as overhead work. Bursitis often develops secondary to injury, impingement, overuse of the muscle, or calcium deposits.

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