Nerve root dysfunction, which is usually secondary to
Cervical (neck) disk syndrome involves pain, numbness, and muscular spasm of the neck, radiating to the shoulders, caused by irritation and compression of the cervical nerve roots by a protruding intervertebral disk.
Mass lesions -
Even back pain caused by a spondylolisthesis and lumbar stenosis can be treated with physical therapy. Because spondylolisthesis and lumbar... Read more »
In the past few years, we've seen a number of studies suggesting that yoga may be effective for reducing various types of musculoskeletal... Read more »
“Doc, I just want one of those epidurals to get rid of the pain.” Really, you want a large needle stuck into your spine? Do you know... Read more »