Have you ever woken up with pain in your lower spine from sleeping wrong or expert neck pain from sitting in a workstation? Experiencing these pains sometimes is ordinary, but should they start to affect your life by preventing you out of work, family participation and/or the actions you like, instant and speedy action has to be taken.
Preferred Rehabilitation provides quick assistance for abrupt neck and back pain during their multidisciplinary program. This system provides multiple providers in a single handy place and appointments in precisely the exact same moment. Together with the naturopathic doctors at Spine, Sports Occupational Medicine PC, under a single roof, patients have been propelled to quicker healing.
Spine, Sports & Occupational Medicine PC doctors specialize in both nonsurgical in addition to surgical therapy. When prescribed, patients may observe a Preferred Rehabilitation physical therapist the following day for evaluation, education and treatment, all designed to decrease pain. On-site diagnostics like x-ray testing & EMG testing might also be accessible.
Physical therapy helps patients make corrections which will reduce the odds of recurrence. Most patients may have 2-3 treatment visits each week for six to eight months, along with exercises in home.
Preferred Rehabilitation’s tailored Software Provides rapid assessment and therapy for symptoms like:
- Recently acquired pain at the trunk, neck, upper and lower extremities
- Recent sprain or strain injuries of the trunk, neck, upper and lower extremities
- Slip or decrease accidents leading to neck or back pain, lower and upper extremities
- Spasms of their throat, back, upper and lower extremities
- Taking pain at the trunk, arms, neck or thighs
Total, if undergoing sudden-onset pains, don’t dismiss them and expect them to subside or go away.
Get the treatment you deserve and straight back into the activities you like.
to learn more about how physical therapy can help alleviate neck and back pain, telephone 313. 928. 0700, or contact us online today.