Back Pain Specialist
You have back pain, low back pain, neck pain, arm pain, leg pain.
You want...and deserve...care from a back pain specialist.
Back pain specialists focus their attention and continued learning on how to best examine and diagnose
as well as treat back pain patients most effectively. There is a call particularly in light of healthcare reform for back pain physicians to distinguish between the back pain only patient and the back pain patient with radiculopathy (extremity pain). (3) Back pain specialists tend to have a larger number of patients with back pain, so their experience with back pain, its symptoms and its relief tends to be greater. Back pain specialists are comfortable with the challenge the back pain patient brings to their office. The back pain specialist sets a treatment plan
specifically for your back pain and its relief.
The back pain specialist's treatment plan is founded on evidence-based protocols
resulting from clinical and biomechancial research documenting the efficacy of the back pain specialist's chosen treatment. When a treatment plan is established, the back pain patient and back pain specialist depend on it to lead them to a successful conclusion, back pain relief. And not all back pain requires surgery. Back surgeons even prefer to see only those patients who require surgery and appreciate back pain specialists who are informed of the patient who requires a back pain specialist in surgery versus those who require a back pain specialist who offers non-surgical care