Orthopaedic Specialists in Spine Injury, Conditions, and Treatment
The Center for Orthopedic Specialists offers highly skilled diagnosis of the sources of back pain, chronic back pain and the treatment of acute disorders of the spine. Our Board certified orthopedic specialists provide both surgical and non-surgical treatment for spinal conditions resulting from spinal infections and tumors, scoliosis and other spinal deformations, as well as general and occupational spinal injuries.
Many types of back pain – often described as low back pain or acute low back pain – are not chronic conditions and may subside within as little as six weeks or less. These conditions are frequently associated with muscular strain rather than a skeletal abnormality of the spine. Pain from acute low back pain varies in its manifestation from a specific location with specific pain to a radiating or moving dull pain across the lower back and down into the buttocks or hips. As with any ongoing source of pain a professional diagnosis and treatment plan is recommended.
When lower back pain persists for more than ninety days it is considered to be chronic low back pain. The original of chronic low back pain can be the result of either injury or other conditions such as spinal degenerative conditions, infections, tumors, or scoliosis. Chronic low back pain should be professionally diagnosed and treated as early as possible to may prevent the advancement of a more serious condition.
Our doctors understand. Back pain can be deeply upsetting. Any cause of back pain whether it be simple back strain, or a more serious spinal condition can produce a strong emotional reaction including fear, confusion, and anxiety. With any back condition, a professional diagnosis and sensible treatment plan, along with the support of a skilled orthopedic specialist is your fastest road to both emotional and physical recovery. Our Orthopedic Physicians Specialize In Back and Spinal Conditions Including:
- Back Strain
- Lower Back Pain
- Chronic Low Back Pain
- Spinal Trauma
- Spinal Instability
- Degenerative Disk Disease
- Disc Herniations
- Spinal Stenosis