Conditions we treat
Narrowing around the central part of the spine. This can happen in the neck, middle of the back, and the lower back. Patients generally have trouble walking long distances. Pain can get worse when patients try to walk “upright”.
Nerves that travel from our spine to our arms and legs can get pinched. There are many causes. One common cause of this is narrowing of the foramina (or holes) where nerves leave our spine.
Facet joints can be affected by osteoarthritis (wear and tear). This can lead to pain with bending forward and backwards. Fortunately, this can be treated very effectively with rhizotomies.
These joints are commonly affected by arthritis. The pain from arthritis can be debilitating, and it gets worse with activity. We have multiple non-surgical treatment options that are very successful.