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One-Stop for all Pain Management & Sports Medicine
At Spine and Sports, we have the physical therapy staff for every kind of treatment all under one roof.
Have an Orthopedic Injury?
We've got you covered. Our expert staff analyzes and treats all of your needs.
We take both a medical and holistic personal approach to each patient and always look for the least invasive way to get you back to being pain-free.
Spine and Sports Medicine Reopening October 26th
We are following both local and CDC guidelines and have put safety above all else by going to extreme lengths for our patient and staff safety.
A Physical Therapist On Call For You
We are a multidisciplinary practice specializing in sports medicine, pain management, and ortho injuries using a multi-team approach - M.D.s, Drs. of Physical Therapy, Drs. of Chiropractic - to help you rehabilitate.
Our patients have easy access to a broad range of resources. Active collaboration with sport medicine experts, neurologists, physiatrists, physical therapists, chiropractors, and other clinicians, greatly broadens the diagnostic and treatment modalities available to you.
Physical therapy and pain management go hand-in-hand. Spine and Sports Medicine's pain management facility is a unique and comprehensive office, providing extensive diagnostic and therapeutic services in one location.
Our comprehensive approach is designed to cure all of your orthopedic injury needs.
Pain Management Doctors
Imagine this . . . when you get here, it’s all about you.
You are “it” - our focus. The entire visit with your physical therapist or doctor will be centered around giving you an experience uncommon in today’s impersonal medical world.
Identify The Source
Before we speak, we listen. Arriving at a diagnosis and treatment plan begins with a thorough understanding of your life, activities and symptoms.
No one knows your body better than you. Help us pinpoint the source of pain so that we can work with you to move beyond that pain to wellness and ease of motion.
Choose the area where you are experiencing pain to find out how we can help.
Headches (orofacial pain), Sleep Disorders caused by stress and anxiety or sleep apnea, and TMJ (Temporomandibular Disorder sometimes called TMD or TMJ) are all common problems that may arise in this part of the body.
Injury, stretching, spasm, or strain can cause damage to the bones and discs or the muscles and connective tissues in the neck, causing pain, discomfort, numbness and/or tingling sensations in other areas like the arms and back.
The shoulder has four tendons; which are connective tissues that join muscle to bone. These four tendons, called the "rotator cuff," are subject to injury and discomfort due to a wide range of causes.
The elbow is a source of frequent pain and discomfort, especially in physically active people. Pain in the elbow can be caused by an imflammatory condition like tendonitis, arthritis, bursitis or may also be the result of overuse of the wrist.
Our hands and wrists are prone to repetitive stress injuries. Additionally, sprain/strain injuries, and even fractures are common injuries to the wrist.
Pain in the mid-back is most commonly caused by injury or irritation to the muscles and connective tissues. A more serious mid-back condition can occur when the spinal bones become misaligned, leading to muscle strain, spasm and nerve dysfunction.
Pain in the lower back may be from a serious injury, inherited disorders or just normal wear and tear. As we age, bones lose strength and for muscles and discs lost elasticity and flexibility making them less effective cushions for our loewr back.
Hip pain can be caused by a number of factors like poor spinal mechanics, knee problems, foot or ankle problems, or muscular weakness.
Knee pain can come from an inflammatory condition such as arthritis, bursitis, or tendonitis. It can also be the result of a sprain or strain, dislocated kneecap, injury to the cartilage tissue in the knee, or any number of conditions particular to the knee.
Ankle pain may come from inversion sprains, i.e., inward rolling of the ankle, or from nerve pressure in the lower back (lumbar spine). Pain in the foot are often shoe-related. Also, conditions like diabetes can cause pain in the foot, and must be properly diagnosed and treated.
Your Health Care Team
What patients say About Spine and Sports
I first limped in over 5 years ago with a pinched nerved in my lower back that caused me excruciating pain. Today, I am pain free.
These guys are great. I had a shoulder injury from a skiing accident and came to them a few months into my recovery with a nagging pain in my neck and a very weak shoulder.
I highly recommend them. They are great with treatment plans and they have an amazing team there.