Do you need a Spine Evaluation?
The spine is one of the most important parts of the human body. The spine gives the body support and structure providing us with the freedom of motion, flexibility, and strength. The spine is vital to living an active life.
If you have been in a motor vehicle accident, you may be experiencing pain of the back or neck. A minor sprain from an injury usually heals on its own. If pain persists, it may be due to a more serious damage to your spine.
We were in a terrible accident and Stridewell got us in to see their PA in 48 hours. My husband, me and my daughter all at one time. They were so kind, professional and knowledgeable. I would recommend them to everyone. I can't say enough good things.
The Stridewell staff is very friendly, considerate and efficient medical office I have been to. They got me right in to see a PA, gave me a full exam, addressed all my needs and made me feel like they genuinely cared about me. I highly recommend Jaclyn, the staff and Stridewell.
I thoroughly appreciate the professional care that I have received here . Jaclyn Schroeder was very professional and managed to communicate with me without any language barrier which was nice because I don't understand any medical terminology. I absolutely trust in their care and that's a big deal in these uncertain times. Thanks stridewell !
Are you having pain that is affecting your everyday life, causing you to dread your regular activities or preventing you from having a good night’s sleep? Maybe it’s time to schedule a spine evaluation.
By seeking treatment and identifying the cause of pain, our spine specialist will be able to recommend and guide you through the proper treatment options.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF SPINE INJURY:
- Moderate-to-severe back or neck pain
- Pain with normal movement of the spine
- Radiating pain into an arm or leg
- Numbness or pins-and-needles sensation in the spine, arms or legs
- Difficulty with Walking
- Difficulties with coordination
- New clumsiness
- Changes in sensation or feeling in arms or legs
- Difficulties with balance
- Difficulties with bowel or bladder function