It doesn’t matter what you’re doing, whether you’re taking a stroll through a park or riding your bike down a mountain trail—you need a flexible spine. So at the first twinge of spine pain, you don’t want to hesitate. Instead, you should turn to the orthopedic doctors of Premier Bone & Joint Centers. Our board-certified and fellowship-trained team has experience treating a variety of spine injuries. We’d be happy to diagnose the cause of your pain and provide you with a treatment regimen that works at our Rock Springs location or one of our other satellite clinics across Wyoming.
Determining the Cause of Your Spine Pain
Did you know that back pain is one of the most common reasons employees cite for missing work? It’s not hard to understand why—spine pain can completely immobilize you, no matter the spinal injury that causes it. Some common conditions that Wyoming residents experience include:
- Spinal fractures
- Degenerative disc disease
- Kyphosis and lordosis
- Prolapsed disc (aka slipped disc)
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Spinal stenosis
- Herniated disc
- Pinched Nerve
When you visit one of our clinics, you’ll meet with one of our friendly orthopedic doctors, who will review your medical history and perform a physical examination. They may also order imaging or lab tests in order to accurately diagnose your condition.
Determining the Most Effective Treatment Regimen
When treating any spinal injury, our primary goal is to lay the foundation for long-lasting recovery. To that end, we always recommend non-invasive treatments for spine pain whenever possible: over-the-counter pain medication, immobilization, physical therapy, and similar treatments. If, however, your condition requires surgical intervention, you can rest easy knowing you’re in good hands. Our surgeons stay up to date on the most advanced techniques and technology, allowing us to keep your procedure as minimally invasive as possible.
It’s time to get moving again. Schedule an appointment with the orthopedic doctors of Premier Bone & Joint Centers today to discuss your spine pain with our doctors. You can visit us at our Rock Springs location or one of our satellite clinics across Wyoming.