ADVANCED SPINAL REHABILITATION, INC.


Living Better! Pain Free!



Conditions We Treat

 

Back Pain-Neck Pain-Decompression!  
  • Our proprietary system of treating debilitationg back pain is like no other. We will find the cause and treat it. We will not just give you a bunch of sheets of paper and expect you to know how to deal with severe back pain. We assess the weak parts of the spine and by systematically strengthening and providing modalities that stop inflammation. We can truely rehabilitate your spine and muscles. 
  • Between each two vertebrae is a cushion called a vertebral disc.  This cushion is like a doughnut with jelly in the center.  Unfortunately, as we age, our discs begin to break down and become more susceptible to injury and wear and tear.  Stress to the discs leads to muscle guarding / spasms, pain, swelling, loss of mobility, loss of strength, and possibly symptoms into either leg.The disc creates space between the two vertebrae allowing for a “nerve root” to exit the spine.  Sometimes either the disc or surrounding structures compress on this nerve root resulting in symptoms of pain not only in the spine but also into the leg.  This can lead to not only pain, but loss of function of the leg as well as loss of strength in the leg.  When this occurs the muscles surrounding your spine become tight and restrict mobility and contribute further to the pain.
    These disc can be treated using a non-surgical procedure call Spinal Decompression. But it must be true spinal decompression.

Knee Pain- Stop the pain and properly strengthen!
  • ACL / MCL / LCL / PCL tears (surgical or non-surgical)
  • Total or Partial joint replacements (arthroplasty)
  • Medial and Lateral Meniscus
  • Patellofemoral Pain
  • Oshgood Slaters
  • Knee Sprain / Strain
  • Knee Pain
Your knee is supposed to be a stable joint.  It's what we use to propel ourselves through space.  Unfortunately it is often times under too much stress resulting in the above conditions or just plain break down and degeneration.  The ligaments of the knee are present to provide stability while the muscles are for both movement and stability.  Often times the muscles work improperly either because of injury or overuse and thus results in tightness of the muscles, weakness of the muscles, and leads to improper tracking of the patella (patellofemoral pain).  In other cases, the cartilage or meniscus begin to break down as a result of either trauma or overuse.  In these situations, the surrounding muscles will tighten in protection and become weak.  Finally the ligaments of the knee, when placed under excessive stress or strain, will often times not hold and will stretch or tear.  This results in laxity of the joint that requires that the muscles around the knee work harder and more efficiently to protect the knee.


Shoulder Pain!
The shoulder is called a “ball and socket” joint.  This shoulder design allows for great mobility but at the same time significant instability.  The ball (humeral head) is held in the socket (glenoid fossa) by cartilage, ligaments, and muscles.  The muscles are the moving force of the shoulder and thus do not always do a great job of providing stability for a unstable joint.

During periods of repetitive activity or significant stress, the supporting structures (ligaments, muscles, cartilage (labrum) often times become strained and eventually breakdown.  These stresses and strains generally manifest themselves through pain and loss of mobility.  Examples of these include:

  • Rotator cuff impingement / tendonitis
  • Rotator cuff tears and breakdown
  • Labral tears and breakdown
  • Bone spurs
  • Subluxations (partial dislocations)
  • Biceps tendonitis
  • Arthritis / joint degeneration
  • Adhesive capsulitis
  • All other shoulder conditions
If untreated, or not properly treated, these conditions can lead to adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder), tears requiring surgery, dislocations, etc.  The proper treatment, can restore to restore normal mobility, stability, and proper mechanics of the shoulder joint. 
We have helped thousands of patients with shoulder pain. Let us help you!


Hip Pain!

The hip is a true ball and socket joint which is more stable than the shoulder joint. But with that you can have many debilitating problems Hip pain can be caused by many different sources: 
List of causes


  • Hip Bursitis
  • Sacroiliac
  • Piritormis
  • Hip Degeneration (Arihritis)
  • Ilio Tibial Band
  • Lumbar Disc Degeneration
  • Muscular Weakness
  • Old Injury Regression
Finding our the true nature of your pain is our business not just blindly treating symptoms. Let us stop your pain and increase your function.