Nonsurgical Spine Care


Non-surgical spine care has reached new heights.

Thankfully, a good number of those suffering with back pain related to the spine have what is referred to as acute back pain, which tends to resolve itself in a period of less than 90 days. For those whose suffering extends beyond 90 days, their pain may be considered “chronic”.

When to know if back pain needs surgery

In either case, your surgeon should always take a careful and comprehensive approach to your care to ensure that spine surgery is the last option we consider, especially in instances where patients can get relief from injections or non-surgical intervention.

A comprehensive approach is a good fit especially for the types of patients who have put off seeing their primary care doctor or a spine surgeon about their concerns, or have fears that their only solution is “open” back surgery.

If you have a history of back problems or are currently in pain, (mild, moderate or severe) please do not hesitate to contact one of our care coordnators to discuss the many options you may have— to help you live a better more fulfilling quality of life.