Get Back to Your Life: Physical Therapy Solutions for Spinal Pain

Back and neck pain is more common than you may think. In fact, about 80% of adults experience it at some point during their lives. Whether the pain comes from an injury or accident, or comes on gradually and turns into a chronic condition, back pain can make it hard to do the things you like to do. If pain is holding you back, it’s time to find some relief. Spine physical therapy can reduce pain and help you regain the strength and mobility you may have lost.

What is spine physical therapy?

Spine physical therapy is non-invasive treatment to reduce back and neck pain and increase mobility. It is also used for pre-surgical or post-surgical rehabilitation. A physical therapist will work with you to develop specific goals that may include:

  • Improved mobility
  • Knowledge of safe positions to avoid future injuries
  • Movement awareness
  • Increased functional strength (the ability to use a full range of motion without pain or restriction)
  • Improved coordination

If further treatment is required, the Memorial Hermann Spine Program can connect you to a team of affiliated specialists who are uniquely qualified to address spine conditions.

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What to Expect at an Initial Evaluation for Spine Physical Therapy

A spine physical therapist will provide a comprehensive evaluation to determine the source of your problem. Based on your specific condition and health goals, your physical therapist will develop a plan of treatment to get you on the road to recovery. Your treatment plan will include a progressive home program to help restore independence and self-management. If you are not appropriate for physical therapy, your therapist will guide you to the appropriate provider.

Conditions We Treat

We treat a wide range of spine conditions, including:

  • Acute and chronic low-back pain
  • Disc disorders, including degenerative discs and herniated discs
  • Neck pain
  • Radiculopathy/Sciatica
  • Scoliosis
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Spondylosis
  • Whiplash

Let's Get Started

If back or neck pain is preventing you from doing the things you enjoy, take the first step toward recovery. To learn more about spine physical therapy services, call (713) 219-4585 or click here to read more about our Spine Program