Your Back & Spine Specialists. Expert back pain doctors in NYC and NJ who help you find relief for back pain, spine conditions and back injuries with effective non-surgical treatments.
At The Spine & Rehab Group, our Board Certified Interventional Spine Specialists and NYC and NJ Back Pain Doctors are committed to providing relief from back pain, increasing mobility and improving quality of life. Our team of doctors focuses on non-surgical back pain treatment options to patients with back pain, back injuries and spine conditions. Comprehensive diagnostic services and back pain treatment options are offered in both our Manhattan and New Jersey locations to help get to the bottom of your back pain and get it under control.
We provide a comprehensive, interventional approach to the care of your back pain and offer patients a combination of back treatments that include physical therapy and rehabilitation, interventional pain management, medical massage and acupuncture. Often, spinal surgery or back surgery can be avoided using an interventional approach and non-surgical, state-of-the-art back pain treatments.
The team of Spine Specialists at The Spine & Rehab Group includes Back & Neck Pain Doctors, Pain Management Specialists, Physiatrists, Physical Therapists, Neurologists and Interventional Spine Doctors. Our team is highly experienced in the back and spine and is dedicated to helping you.
Lower back pain, also called lumbar pain, is one of the most common medical conditions worldwide. At The Spine & Rehab Group, our team of Back Pain Doctors in New Jersey focuses on lower back pain diagnosis and non-surgical lower back pain treatment to help you get relief.
Middle back pain and upper back pain also called the thoracic spine region, is not as common as lower back pain or neck pain, but can be very painful and symptomatic. At The Spine & Rehab Group, our group of Back Pain Specialists in New Jersey focuses on the non-surgical treatment of middle and upper back pain to get you feeling better.
A herniated disc, also referred to as a slipped disc, ruptured disc, or disc herniation, is one of the most common causes of back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and arm pain. Often, people visit a spine specialist for back pain or neck pain and unknowingly have a herniated disc. Herniated discs affect the vertebrae, the bones that make up your spine, and the spinal discs, which provide support and flexibility to your back.
Sciatica, or Lumbar Radiculopathy, is an irritation or compression of the sciatic nerve roots in the lumbar spine. Most commonly, sciatica causes lower back pain and pain that radiates down the leg. Because the sciatic nerve roots in the lumbar spine extend to the hips, buttocks, legs and feet – an injury or irritation in the lumbar spine region of your back causes symptoms in these areas.
Degenerative Disc Disease is a condition that causes pain, most commonly lower back pain and neck pain, due to degeneration of the discs in the spine. Degenerative disc disease is actually one of most common causes of lower back pain and often goes undiagnosed for a long period of time.
Thoracic Radiculopathy occurs due to a compressed nerve root in the middle spine and results in tingling, numbness, and pain in the chest and torso. This condition is commonly caused by muscle spasms, disc herniation, wear and tear of the spinal discs and joints, and trauma to the back.
Thoracic degenerative disc disease is the gradual wear and tear of the intervertebral discs in the upper and middle back caused by aging, disc herniation, or sudden trauma to the spine. This condition is characterized by chronic thoracic pain that radiates into the chest wall or ribs, changes in posture, and loss of motion.
Lumbar spine degenerative disc disease is the progressive deterioration of spinal discs and arthritic changes in facet joints of the lower back due to wear and tear with aging. This condition can also result from spinal injury and causes local tenderness, sudden weakness or instability, and pain in the lumbar region or legs.
Lumbar disc herniation occurs when the rubbery disks that lie between the vertebrae in the lower back move out of position and compress the spinal cord. This condition can cause radicular pain, sensory abnormalities, and weakness on the affected side.
Lumbar stenosis is a condition in which the spinal canal in your lower back narrows and compresses nerve roots that travel into your legs. Symptoms usually develop gradually and include radiating back pain as well as numbness and weakness in the affected extremities.