Some Common Causes of Neck Pain include:
- Bulging or herniated discs
- Injury or overuse of muscles, ligaments, facet joints, and the sacroiliac joints
- Muscle spasms
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal canal)
- Small fractures to the spine from osteoporosis
- Strain or tears to the muscles or ligaments supporting the back
You are at particular risk for neck pain if you:
- Work in construction or another job requiring heavy lifting, lots of bending and twisting, or whole body vibration
- Smoke, dont exercise, and/or are overweight
- Are over age 30
- Are pregnant
- Have bad posture
- Have arthritis or osteoporosis
Most patients that come to see us express the same frustrations about their options for neck pain relief.
We feel that we offer the most comprehensive, unique, and cost-effective neck pain relief program in the state. We have spent the last 6 years searching out the most advanced, most effective technologies to ensure that we are offering our patients the best possible care. Because of our relationships with certain vendors we were able to get the absolute best pricing on all our advanced technology equipment. This allows us to pass on savings to our patients. The reason our success rate is so high is because of our comprehensive approach to your back and neck pain.
First, we will address your muscles spasms and tension with massage. Next, we will decompress herniated, bulging or degenerated discs with New Spinal Decompression. Then we will increase circulation to the area and decrease pain with our revolutionary Cold Laser. Then will provide your body with all the necessary supplements and vitamins that it needs to promote healing and decrease inflammation. And finally, we will use specific equipment and exercises to strengthen the exact muscles that will be needed to ensure the most long term results and success. It is this comprehensive approach that has led to the changing of hundreds of lives around the area.
I had a herniated disc at L3 and L5, according to my MRI. My right side was in excruciating pain from my disc pushing on my sciatic nerve. My foot was numb and tingly all the time. I was in the E.R. every weekend. I was taking all kinds of pain pills, was in a wheelchair for 2 months and used a walker for 1 month. I knew the pills could cause damage to my liver and kidneys but I didnt know what else to do. They were also becoming very addictive and that made me scared. I was three days from having back surgery when I saw an ad in the newspaper. I came down to the office and the Doctors explained everything. The Drs put me on the Decompression Table and only 6 weeks later my back and leg feel wonderful. No more pain pills for me. I cannot say enough about Spinal Decompression! I recommend it to anyone with back or neck pain.
~ Hilma S.
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We treat low back pain, neck pain, sciatica, herniated discs, degenerative or bulging discs, or spinal stenosis with non surgical spinal decompression. Learn more about this safe, comfortable, and affordable low back and neck pain treatment offered by Boston Spine and Disc Center in Boston, Massachusetts; read testimonials and spinal decompression reviews from many satisfied patients.
Call us to schedule a complimentary consultation to determine if you are a candidate for Spinal Decompression and our multi-step Protocol. The doctor will ask you a series of questions such as Where is the pain, when did it begin, what makes it better or worse? Then a thorough examination will be performed in which case the doctor will check your reflexes, blood pressure, balance, gait, skin sensory changes muscle strength and more to determine the cause of your back or neck pain. At this point the doctor may recommend x-rays or an MRI if he feels like further imaging will be necessary to determine the exact cause. After combining all of this information together the doctor will determine if you will make a good candidate for spinal decompression therapy and our multi-step Protocol. If you do qualify for care, your Doctor will explain their recommended plan of action for you. If for some reason you do not qualify for care the doctor will refer you to someone who may better suit your needs.
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