iSpine is here to expertly pinpoint and treat the cause of your chronic pain.
Although we may specialize in spine and rehabilitative therapy, iSpine Clinics can also treat chronic and musculoskeletal pain in any and all parts of the body including knees, shoulders, elbows, wrists, jaw, etc.
- Arthritis pain
- Auto accident injuries
- Cervicogenic headaches
- Complex regional pain syndrome (reflex sympathetic dystrophy)
- Degenerative disc disease
- Facet arthropathy
- Herniated discs
- Hip pain
- Knee pain
- Muscle and ligament pain
- Neck and middle/lower back pain
- Occipital neuralgia
- Peripheral neuropathies
- Phantom limb pain
- Post-herpetic neuralgia
- Post-laminectomy syndrome
- Post-thoracotomy pain
- Sacroiliac joint pain
- Shoulder pain
- Spinal stenosis
- Traumatic injuries
- Vertebral compression fractures
- Whiplash injuries
- Work-related Injuries (Workers Comp)
- AND MORE…
Common Questions from New Patients
Patients with neck and back pain or chronic pain in general face a health care system with a variety of treatment options with a variety of different specialists. It can be very challenging for patients to understand what are the best options for their condition. For example, here are common questions we encounter with patients:
- Do I need to see a chiropractor?
- Should I do physical therapy? What is the best type of physical therapy?
- Do I need xrays or an MRI?
- I am on pain medication. Do I need to be taking this? Are there alternatives?
- What is the best pain medication to take?
- Do I need an injection?
- What procedures are appropriate for my condition?
- Do I need a surgery?
- Can I continue to work?
- Do I need work restrictions or restrictions in general?
- Should I ice my back or use heat?
- Do I need a back brace?
- I have had back surgery and my pain is worse. Do I need a spinal cord stimulator?
At iSpine Clinics, we are the experts at answering these types of questions. We are a multidisciplinary group of providers that include Occupational Medicine, Physiatry, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Interventional Pain that can help guide patients on the most appropriate care pathway for their painful condition.
This process starts with a consultation. We encourage you to schedule a clinic visit with us. If you have existing records or imaging we will work with you to help gather these documents and then you will be scheduled accordingly. You will have the opportunity to meet with one of our providers who will discuss your problem with you, review any imaging you have, and do a thorough physical examination. We then develop a plan for you that may include additional diagnostic tests such as an MRI as well as possible treatment options such as medication management, physical therapy/rehabilitation, and/or interventions. We can also help guide you on other possible modalities and address restrictions if needed.
Preparing for your visit
At your consultation you will meet with two providers, a Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner and a Physician, who work as a team to co-manage your care. Learn more about what to expect during your first visit >