Back and neck pain are prevalent health issues that may affect most people at least once. This pain may be short-term in some, but can result in persistent pain for others, greatly interfering with quality of life.
Compared to physical therapy, usual medical care for back and neck pain (medication and/or surgery) are associated with higher risks and costs. According to clinical research, early access to physical therapy reduces the prevalence of advanced imaging, surgery, injections, and medications and is associated with a vast decrease in overall healthcare costs.*
*Fritz, JM, Childs JD, Wainner RS, Flynn TW. Primary care referral of patients with low back pain to physical therapy: Impact on future health care utilization and costs. Spine 2012; 37: 2114-2121.
- Herniated disks
- Degenerative disk disease
- Spinal stenosis
- Facet joint arthritis
- Sacroiliac joint (SI joint) pain
- Spinal fusion and other spinal surgeries
- Failed back surgery
- Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction
- Cervicogenic headaches/dizziness
- Myofascial pain
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