Back pain can often be debilitating, but often can be managed depending on the cause. Most commonly, a strain/sprain of the low back muscles and tendons is the cause of acute low back pain and can often be treated with therapy and medications. Core weakness can predispose patients to being more Read More
5 questions answered about low back pain
Low back pain sends more people to the doctor than any other cause except for the common cold. Studies show that at least 65 million Americans experience back pain. The pain can be dull and achy or sharp and stabbing, and can affect any part of your neck or spine. The pain may start suddenly as a Read More
My child was diagnosed with scoliosis. Now what?
If your child has been diagnosed with scoliosis, take a deep breath. Scoliosis is treatable! If you are unsure exactly what scoliosis is, it occurs when a child’s spine curves abnormally to the right or left in an s-shape. Small curves in the spine are actually considered normal, but any curve Read More