Specialized Services ...
Non-Surgical IDD™ Therapy for back, neck and spine decompression treatment
This is the newest technology that uses decompression space age antigravity techniques to assist with treating back pain. It is successful on a majority of patients in relieving or eliminating back pain. (see photo to right)
Medical Resonance Imaging (MRI)
We use this diagnostic tool to see inside the body to determine muscle and/or bone irregularities that may cause you to have back pain.
Personalized Physical Therapy treatment
Our staff of certified physical therapists will provide you a variety of muscle stretching and strengthening exercises designed to assist the body to return to its proper alignment.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal tunnel release surgery is a very common procedure and is recommended
following several months of conservative non-surgical treatments. The procedure
involves surgically cutting the band of tissue in the wrist that is pressing the
median nerve. It is normally done under local anesthesia and no hospital stay is
Your doctor will select the proper medication for your particular problem and inject it into the problematic muscle. This medication will reduce pain and/or swelling, thereby enabling the body to heal.
Electrodiagnostic Medicine (EMG)
Some muscular problems are discovered via nerve conduction tests. These tests measure the electrical impulses between nerves and muscles. Your doctor will use these test results to determine how effective your muscles respond to certain stimuli. A diagnosis will be made with the corresponding proper treatment plan.
This is a minimally invasive procedure used for compression fractures of the spine. Bone cement is injected into weak vertebra to restore and maintain bone strength. This often is a simple outpatient procedure.
Microscopic Lumbar Discectomy
A useful, minimally-invasive technique that is effective in eliminating back pain. In this procedure, the herniated portion of the disc is removed. This relieves the pressure against the nerve root that is causing pain. Most patients go home the same day.
Artificial Disc Replacement
One of the newest minimally invasive surgical techniques developed, this revolutionary new method to treat chronic low back pain involves replacing the spinal disc instead of fusing the spine. The end result is the preservation of natural motion of the spine.