Conditions & Diagnosis
Identifying the source of your back pain requires a professional with experience to weigh all of the variables and arrive at the exact diagnosis. Back pain can be caused by injury to the joints, ligaments, discs or muscles and can be a result of a combination of these structures. Our highly trained doctors focus have the experience and attention to detail to treat your condition and promote the functional restoration of the spine. The Center for the Functional Restoration of the Spine takes advantage of advanced technology and equipment to pinpoint the exact cause of your back pain and provide you with a custom treatment plan and options.
Initial visits seek to get a comprehensive snapshot of your health and spinal history. This information will include general medical condition as well as variables that are specific to your individual lifestyle or occupation, etc. Spinal health issues of interest include; the onset and progression of symptoms, the location and severity of the pain and what treatments you may have previously used. This background information lays the foundation for your treatment and is typically followed by a complete physical exam. After the gathering of your history, information and physical, the doctor will often order one or more diagnostic tests to pinpoint the source and cause of your back pain.
Doctors at the The Center for the Functional Restoration of the Spine diagnose and treat a wide variety of spine and orthopaedic injuries/conditions that may be causing you pain. Spine conditions can vary greatly in severity with only a small percentage require surgery. Being that symptoms of various spinal conditions and injuries may overlap, diagnosing the specific cause of back pain requires careful examination by an expert. The Center for the Functional Restoration of the Spine offers state-of-the-art diagnostic facilities coupled with an experienced and caring team of professionals. We strive to properly identify the cause of your pain and condition in a timely-fashion and create the proper treatment care plan to put you on the path to recovery and restoration of spinal functionality.