Back Pain Treatment & Expert Spine Care for Residents of Reno, Carson City, NV & Surrounding Communities
If you are tired of living with chronic back pain and reside in Reno or Carson City, Nevada, areas, the team at Tahoe Fracture & Orthopedic Medical Clinic may be able to help. Our orthopedic spine specialists are highly trained and experienced in addressing a variety of disorders of the spine, ranging from degenerative conditions to the aftermath of a traumatic injury, and we may be able to help you overcome your chronic back pain once and for all.
In order to determine the best course of treatment for any neck or back pain, the first step is to undergo a thorough examination by one of our orthopedic experts. We have several spine specialists on staff who will be able to review medical imagery and determine not only the cause and severity of the problem but also pinpoint the origin of your discomfort. The spinal anatomy is highly complex and even the slightest degenerative change to the neck or back can have far-reaching repercussions. As a result, it’s extremely important to have a clear understanding of your spinal health before any discussion of treatment can begin. To help pinpoint the origin of any spine problem, we also may recommend our patients undergo testing in our open MRI system – the only equipment of its kind in the community.
While each case is undoubtedly different, here are a few examples of the types of spine care procedures we offer for patients experiencing neck and back pain in the Carson City, NV, area:
- Discectomy – the partial or complete removal of one or more intervertebral discs
- Decompression – the removal of the source of nerve compression in the spinal column
- Corpectomy – the removal of a vertebra from the spine to relieve pressure on the spinal cord
- Kyphoplasty – designed to repair the height and function of a fracture vertebra through surgery
- Fusion – the fusion of neighboring vertebral bodies to stabilize the spinal column
- Lumbar laminectomy – the removal of a portion of the lamina in the lower back
- Artificial disc replacement – the replacement of an intervertebral disc with an artificial implant
Additionally, our rehabilitation and physical therapy team is available to help patients manage neck and back pain non-surgically. With the right exercises and stretching techniques, many patients find that they can avoid surgery and effectively manage their symptoms.
To learn more about the many ways the team at Tahoe Fracture & Orthopedic Medical Clinic can help you address back pain, contact us today. Since 1966, we have been proud to be an orthopedic provider that Reno and Carson City, NV, area residents can trust.