Spine Care Rehabilitation

You don't have to live with pain

You need a healthy spine to feel great

Low back pain is the most common complaint for which people seek physical therapy. However, the severity and nature of symptoms present differently for each individual experiencing pain. For this reason, we utilize a specialized plan of care for each patient. In the initial evaluation, your physical therapist will assess your spine to determine the reason for your back pain. Based on these findings, your therapist will develop a plan to address any deficits and provide modifications to your current functional activities to meet your goals. We also communicate with your referring provider for improved quality of care and determine when to refer you for further medical management, if necessary.

Common causes, symptoms, and treatments

We address dysfunctions in the musculoskeletal system using manual therapies, such as joint and soft tissue mobilization, to help decrease muscle spasm, myofascial restrictions, and joint dysfunctions. In addition, we provide supplemental exercises to address any muscle strength or flexibility imbalances, and to prevent recurrence of symptoms in the future. We also provide movement assessments and postural and ergonomic education to address your body position with functional and work tasks.

Low back pain is the most common complaint for which people seek physical therapy.

Your back pain doesn’t have to define you

We understand that back pain can be chronic, frustrating, and debilitating. It can also make your work, school, and daily activities difficult to perform. Evidence shows that building up strength and stability can provide excellent outcomes to return you to pain- free movement, including lifting, reaching, carrying, pushing, and pulling tasks. We are here to help you understand your pain and get you back to the activities most important to you.

Our main goal is to help you with your spine injuries so you can live a pain-free life.
Spinal diagnoses we treat

Cervicalgia (Neck Pain)
Degenerative Disc Disease
Generalized Low Back Pain (Lumbago)
Radiculopathy (Sciatica)
Disc Herniation (Slipped Disc)
Spinal Stenosis
Spondylosis & Spondylolisthesis
Motor Vehicle Accidents (MVA)
Workers’ Compensation Injuries

Post-operative procedures we treat

Spinal Fusion
Disc Replacement
Total Joint Replacement

Ready to Get Started?

A quick phone call to our clinic is all that is necessary to get you started on your road to recovery and better health.

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1630 SW Morrison St, Suite 100 Portland, Oregon 97205
  • Mon – Fri: 6:00 am – 7:00 pm
  • Sat - Sun: closed
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