Back and Neck Conditions

A multitude of conditions impacts the back and neck from scoliosis that curves the side, pinched nerves that cause back pressure, or a herniated disc.

Back and Neck Conditions

With the sheer amount of back and neck conditions that exist, it is easy to get lost in all the different kinds. What makes it especially difficult is the similarity in symptoms amongst all the conditions. However, here at BEST Health System, we believe patient education is one of the first steps towards an improved quality of life free from pain.

Dealing with back and neck pain due to any conditions or injuries can negatively impact your ability to perform nearly any task. Whether you work a physical job or a desk job, your livelihood can be severely disrupted as well as your ability to engage in your favorite hobbies or activities. As you go through the number of conditions we treat, feel free to reach out to our team with any questions. 

Types of Conditions

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