The treatment methods for neck pain, neck conditions and neck injuries at our Paramus location are non-surgical treatments that lend to proper diagnosis, effective treatments and faster healing time.
The Spine & Rehab Group’s team of Neck Pain Doctors includes Interventional Spine Doctors, Back Doctors and skilled Physical Therapists. Non-surgical treatments to alleviate neck and back pain are utilized to avoid surgical intervention and provide relief.
Our neck pain doctors are highly skilled in the diagnosis and relief of neck pain. In an initial consultation, your doctor will review your medical history and may recommend an X-ray, performed in the office, or other diagnostic studies to be able to create a personalized treatment plan.
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Don’t let neck pain stop you. Our doctors help you get relief from neck pain and neck injuries using non-surgical treatments in Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
While often neck pain can be due to a strain or pull, it can also stem from the spine. Neck pain affects the cervical region of the spine and can be due to an injury, pinched nerve, back condition, spine condition, or many other factors. The cervical area of the spine provides mobility to the neck and is made up of multiple connecting joints, discs, muscles and ligaments. Migraine headaches are common in patients with neck injuries or neck conditions.
By seeing the specialized doctors at The Spine & Rehab Group, you have access to not only Neck Pain Doctors but also Spine Specialists and Back Pain Specialists who are experts in finding the root cause of your neck pain. Contact us: (201) 4509727
Numbing lower back pain is a problem that patients should definitely not ignore. This type of pain starts in the lower back and buttocks as a dull ache with added numbness and may run down the back of the legs. Such pain often indicates a slipped or herniated disc. Diagnosing and treating the problem in its initial stages is simple.
Your back doctor will perform a physical exam, and then depending on the severity of the problem, recommend nonsurgical treatments such as painkillers, rest, and strengthening exercise. Nonsurgical treatments work in approximately 90 percent of patients. In cases where the problem worsens, surgery to remove the disc is an option.
Spinal stenosis is another condition that can cause persistent back pain. This condition is caused by gradual narrowing of the space surrounding the spinal cord or by nerves growing out of the spinal cord. It is a common condition for seniors and primarily affects people over 50.
When it occurs in younger individuals, the condition is often caused by a traumatic injury. Symptoms are similar to those for ruptured discs, so it’s important to have your back doctor give you a thorough examination for proper diagnosis.