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At Adena Orthopedic and Spine Institute, we treat spine injuries as well as neck and back pain with a comprehensive, team approach that gets you moving again without pain.
Our team includes board-certified experts in spine treatment and surgery and include:
No matter what type of back or spine condition you have, we’ll listen to your concerns and support you with hope and compassion until you can live your life without pain again.
Our new orthopedic center was built with you in mind. It offers the latest technology and a coordinated care approach to treat your pain. This means that on the day of your appointment, you can be seen by more than one doctor if needed and may be able to have all your tests done that same day (depending on your insurance coverage). When you leave, you will have a diagnosis and treatment plan designed to restore function and comfort.
If you have a more complicated issue, the entire team will determine a treatment plan that will result in the best outcome possible. This may mean that more than one day is needed for testing, consultation and thoughtful consideration of the best options to treat your problem successfully. This may include consultation with a surgeon.
At Adena Orthopedic and Spine Institute, we treat spine injuries as well as neck and back pain with a comprehensive, team approach that gets you moving again without pain. Some of the conditions we treat include:
Your spine is unique, and so is your pain. That’s why our spine use a wide range of treatment options, which include:
If you have fractured your spine, we can help heal you with:
To diagnose a herniated disc, we use imaging that includes:
Your doctor may also perform movement tests, including tests to check for:
A herniated disc will usually improve on its own. If the pain persists, nonsurgical treatment may include:
If conservative treatments fail, surgery may be an option. In most cases, surgery for a herniated disc involves removing the part of the disc that is protruding. Some of the common types of surgery include:
To diagnose back pain, our team will have you sit, stand, walk or lift your legs to see what triggers your back pain. Imaging tests can be used to determine a more specific diagnosis of back pain. Tests can include:
Medications can be used to provide lower back pain relief, and your spine and back specialist may prescribe:
Other back pain remedies include:
If you think you may have pinched nerve, we can perform tests that may include:
Pinched nerves can usually be treated using conservative treatments, such as medication and physical therapy.