MIS Compression Fracture
Paying Attention to Posture: Signs of a Spinal Compression Fracture.
Neck pain can be caused by muscle strain, whiplash, or disc conditions. Cervicalgia often heals on its own, but treatments include anti-inflammatory drugs, muscle relaxers, heat/ice, PT, trigger point injections and dry needling.
Degenerative disc disease (DDD) is a natural process of aging. At miiSpine, we explain the significance of DDD and how to manage the condition and promote disc health with lifestyle changes like regular exercise, weight loss and tobacco cessation.
Disc herniations can cause pain radiating into the hips and legs or into the shoulders, arms, and hands. Usually, the pain improves on its own. Cases of severe pain or loss of function are treated with medication, PT, epidural injections or surgery.
Low back pain is common, and often resolves itself. It can be caused by degenerative disc disease, arthritis, weak or tight muscles, scoliosis, spondylolisthesis, or stress fractures. At miiSpine, we can create a custom program for your ailing back.
Degenerative cervical myelopathy is serious and requires prompt treatment. It affects the neck but is hard to diagnose, as the symptoms mimic other conditions. Signs include balance problems, impaired coordination and reduced fine motor skills.
Pain in the sacroiliac joint (SI joint) can be caused by arthritis, pregnancy, surgery and infection. Symptoms include pain in the low back and buttocks, or referred pain in the legs. Treatments involve PT and injections for inflammation.
A common condition, it occurs when one vertebra slips forward on the vertebra below. Symptoms include back pain and pain radiating into the hips and legs. Treatments for this misalignment: PT, medication or minimally invasive spinal fusion surgery.
Stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal cord or nerves in the spine, resulting in pain and headaches. It can lead to numbness, tingling, radiating pain, or impaired motor skills. Treatments include PT, medication, epidural injections, and surgery.
Compression fractures can be caused by trauma to the spine, or even a cough in osteoporotic patients. Most heal on their own in 3-6 months and are treated with activity modification, pain medication and bracing; surgery is an option in severe cases.
Low testosterone/estrogen is connected to osteoporosis, chronic pain, spinal deformity and other diseases like Alzheimer’s. MiiSpine offers BioTe Hormone replacement therapy, a proven technique used widely in Europe and Australia since 1939.
This occurs when nerves in the lower back are pinched. Caused by disc problems, bone spurs, or misalignment, symptoms include pain, muscle fatigue, or tingling in the back, hips, legs, and feet. Treatable with medication, PT, injections or surgery.
Caused by pinched nerve roots in the spinal column, it occurs in the neck or low back and causes pain, numbness, tingling, and/or weakness in extremities. Radicular pain can be treated with PT, medication, injections or minimally invasive surgery.
Scoliosis is a curve in the spine that rotates vertebrae, causing fatigability and discomfort in the back. Often treated with PT and medication, adult cases may need alignment surgery. Children may require a brace depending on the curve’s progress.
A trigger point is a sensitive spot in tense or weak muscles which may lead to localized and/or referred pain. Caused by trauma or overuse, it is often treated with injections into the muscle. Other treatments: PT, dry needling, massage, etc
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