Spine Care at Carson Physical Therapy

If you’re suffering from back pain, you’re not alone. As much as 80% of the population will experience a back problem at some point in their lives.*

Back pain isn’t a simple issue, and every spine—every body—is different. Acute pain—the type that is brought on suddenly from trauma—can be the result of twisting, bending, or even sleeping “the wrong way”. More prolonged discomfort may a result of poor posture, prolonged sitting or standing on the job. Spine problems can also result from chronic disease, excess body weight, or an unhealthy lifestyle.

Common causes of neck and back pain

  • Posture (excessive sitting or standing)
  • Herniated disk
  • Fractures
  • Degenerative disk disease
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Obesity
  • Unhealthy lifestyle, including smoking

How physical therapy can help your back

Our physical therapists can help you improve or restore mobility to reduce pain—often helping you avoid expensive surgeries or the side effects of medication. Alternatively, if surgery is necessary, PT before and after your procedure can help you recover faster and move with greater confidence. No matter the circumstance, our physical therapists will work with you to move better, become stronger and more flexible, and understand how to manage pain on your own.

Carson PT is fantastic. Adam and his crew of therapists are topnotch. They maintain a high quality of professionalism and always keeps a family atmosphere. I highly recommend Carson PT! Thanks to Adam and Mal and the rest for taking such good care of me.

- J.H.

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