Back & Neck

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  • Back pain will affect 50-75% at some point in their life
  • Approximately 40% will experience back pain in any one year
  • About 15-20% are experiencing back pain at any given time
  • Chances of having a recurrence of back pain after a first episode is greater than 50%
  • An estimated 40% of those suffering from back pain have been forced to reduce leisure activities permanently, while 20% have a marked limitation in performing their leisure activities

We are proud to have over a 90% success rate of recovery with treatment for back and neck issues, regardless of failed surgeries and commonly used diagnosis. Make an appointment

Spine and Sports Center of Chicago is able to achieve these results because of their assessment approach that is scientifically supported and researched. With their approach—Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy® and chiropractic—we create appropriate treatment plans that are effective and individualized to each patient. Their average time frame for full recovery is 5-7 visits*, but many quickly improve after 2 or 3 visits*. Make an appointment

Back & Neck Services Include…

Chiropractic Care — Spine and Sports Center of Chicago Doctors are certified in the latest techniques, including spinal manipulation, designed to treat neuromusculoskeletal complaints. Chiropractic care may be the primary treatment option or a supplement to other treatment options for back pain, neck pain and pain in the joints of the arms, legs and extremities.
Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy® (MDT) — Without a full range of motion and proper use of joints, our backs, necks and joints become stiff and less mobile, leading to pain, greater loss of movement and dysfunction. MDT, also known as McKenzie Therapy, is a standardized assessment tool, defining and classifying movement problems and recommending appropriate treatment. MDT is often the first step in prescribing effective chiropractic treatment for back pain.
Functional Rehabilitation — An extension of traditional physical therapy, functional rehabilitation involves greater emphasis on exercise strategies to retain body function necessary for daily life. Covering the three planes of movement stressed in kinesiology, functional rehabilitation is effective in restoring and improving strength, endurance, balance, agility, stability, power, coordination, speed, flexibility and body control.
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) — Using principles developed by pediatric neurologists in the study of child development, DNS helps patients develop conscious control of individual muscles and body awareness, including posture and respiration, affecting balance, coordination, kinesthetic sense, posture and more. These factors can be critical in treating the underlying causes of lower back pain.

* Individual results may vary

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