For individuals in Morris County in need of professional and proven neck pain and cervical spine pain treatment, the Spine Rehab Group is your top destination. Our team of Board Certified Interventional Spine Specialists and neck pain doctors have helped countless patients with their neck conditions, no matter the cause.
We offer comprehensive diagnostic services to best understand the specific causes of your neck and cervical pain. This allows us to develop a personalized treatment plan like no other, solving your condition from the root of the issue. Our holistic treatment services include a number of non-invasive options, including physical therapy and rehabilitation, acupuncture, interventional pain management, medical massage, and more.
With an interventional and non-surgical approach, we create treatment plans for our patients that allow them to find complete relief from all kinds of neck pain without the need for surgical intervention.
The Spine & Rehab Group in Morris County: constantly committed to offering only the best care for neck pain and other related conditions. Schedule your appointment today.
Understanding the exact cause of your neck pain is critical towards diagnosing and treating your neck pain and related conditions. At the Spine & Rehab Group, we treat all types of neck pain a patient may experience, such as:
Having sore or aching shoulder and neck muscles might be your body’s response to prolonged emotional or physical stress, caused by overexertion. This prolonged stress can lead to hard knots developing in your neck muscles, known as trigger points which are tender when touched. Doctors can recommend a cervical spine MRI to best diagnose your neck pain
Neck muscle spasms are sudden and forceful tightenings of the neck muscles. This leads to your neck feeling knotted or tight, to the point that it feels impossible to turn the head from side to side. If you experience a stiff and painful neck when you wake up, that is probably a neck muscle spasm. These are usually a result of muscle injury, but they can also be related to nerve problems, spinal disc issues, and extreme emotional stress.
While most headaches are felt around the head -- either around the top, back, or sides of the head -- there are certain headaches that are specifically related to the neck. Headaches caused by neck issues are felt around the lower back of the head, or around the upper neck area, and their primary cause is muscle spasm or muscle tension. Instead of sharp and sudden pain, neck headaches are typically low-pain, aching, and dull, and they worsen if you move your neck.
If you feel that the pain in your neck is specifically coming from bones in the neck or cervical spine area, then immediate medical attention is recommended, as this may be a sign of a serious health condition. Cervical vertebrae pain and tenderness is rarer (and usually more serious than soft tissue neck pain.
Referred pain occurs when an issue or condition in one part of the body triggers pain in another part, which is a common occurrence with neck pain. For example, if you have neck pain that gets worse with physical exertion, it may be related to a heart condition; neck pain that worsens as you eat can be related to an esophageal condition. Tennis elbow symptoms can be related to neck pain, and cervical degenerative disc disease can lead to neck pain and stiff neck.
When the roots of the spinal nerves around your neck become pinched or irritated, they may cause a kind of “pins and needles” pain; sharp, severe, and fleeting pain around the neck and cervical spine region. This pain can shoot down into the arm and the hand, depending on the exact nerve in the spinal cord damage. There is also cervical spine stenosis, or spinal stenosis in the neck, which is the narrowing of the spinal canal around the neck.
The Spine & Rehab Group is led by Dr. Amr Hosny. As a board certified and Harvard trained interventional spine specialist, Dr. Hosny has spent a lifetime working with patients on their neck pain and related conditions. With training and experience at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center, Columbia University in NYC, and Harvard Medical School, Dr. Hosny is one of the most trusted doctors in Morris County and surrounding areas.
With decades of experience working with patients for their various types of neck and cervical spine pain, Dr. Hosny has seen and treated it all, and is absolutely committed to helping patients reclaim their pain-free daily lives. Dr. Hosny and the rest of our team at the Spine & Rehab Group work with each patient individually, diagnosing and creating personalized treatment plans to best suit the patient’s exact needs and goals.
Electromyography (EMG) diagnosis is a test that determines the health of your neck by measuring signals between the nerves and muscles. This diagnostic test is helpful in understanding the cause of your symptoms, and honing in on the site of the injury more accurately. At The Spine & Rehab Group, we can perform EMG diagnosis, along with X-rays and other diagnostic tests, in-house to give patients a full understanding of their neck condition.
With EMG results, our board-certified neck pain specialists and physicians can rule out nerve and muscle disorders. From there, we can get a better picture of what is causing your neck pain, how it could be affecting your mobility and comfort, and what we could do to block out pain and improve muscle strength.
Interventional pain management is all about exploiting non-surgical approaches to promote recovery and rehabilitation. We use anti-inflammatory pain medicine as well as steroid injections to keep pain to a minimum. Our team administers trigger point injections in-house that address most neck pain. For nerve-related pain, we administer medical brand injections to address neck pain without the use of surgery.
On top of injections, we also perform radiofrequency therapy to promote recovery from neck pain. Interventional neck pain management embodies our holistic approach to neck pain and health: we take into consideration how treatments affect each individual to avoid downtime or the risk of a lower quality of life post-surgery. Interventional pain medicine is a fantastic solution to chronic pain relief, minus the risks associated with more invasive procedures.
With a physical therapy-focused rehabilitation program, our main goal is to strengthen your back and the surrounding muscles for increased neck support. Physician-guided physical therapy is a great way to mitigate chronic neck pain and prevent injuries in the future, whether they are direct injuries or referred pain from pre-existing back conditions. With state of the art equipment, patients can adopt an exercise routine designed to increase core strength and promote better vertebra and spinal support to the neck.
Our physical therapy plans are designed to accommodate your busy schedule and bring you closer to full recovery without needing surgery. Led by Bethany Weinmann, our in-house board certified physical therapist, The Spine & Rehab Group’s physical therapy programs are diverse and innovative. We integrate different techniques such as cold laser therapy, muscle energy techniques, and myofascial release for neck pain relief.
Acupuncture is offered in our rehabilitation facilities often alongside other conservative treatment methods. During an acupuncture session, hair-thin needles are inserted into the targeted area of your neck, with each session lasting anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes. Each session is performed by a licensed acupuncturist with years of experience treating acute and chronic neck pain.
We routinely recommend acupuncture to patients who don’t want to receive steroid injections as part of their pain management plan. With acupuncture, patients who have undergone traditional pain relief techniques such as physical therapy and massage therapy might find immediate and renewed relief as the needles directly stimulate the neck. Direct stimulation of the central nervous system induces chemical release for natural pain relief.
Dealing with neck pain doesn’t always have to be complicated. At The Spine Rehab Group, we offer medical massage therapy for patients experiencing acute neck pain. Our medical massage therapy programs are designed and performed by a licensed massage therapist. Compared to normal massages, our medical massage therapy specifically targets the neck muscles and nerves to induce pain relief.
Sports injuries, acute injuries, and post-surgery aches are common reasons why people undergo massage therapy and rehabilitation.
The Spine & Rehab Group offers a holistic treatment approach to neck pain, neck injury issues, shoulder pain, facet joint pain, and all related cervical issues. Compared to chiropractic clinics with chiropractor back adjustment services, we offer a more extensive suite of non-surgical treatments and physical medicine alternatives, including diagnostics and acupuncture.
We offer non-invasive to minimally-invasive procedures to help patients manage pain and improve their quality of life. Our board certified physicians don’t offer spinal alignment. Instead, we offer pain relief and rehabilitation with our various treatments, from sports medicine services to
Unfortunately, there is no quick answer to the root cause of your neck pain. For example, a herniated disc or disc herniation in the cervical spine can lead to pain around the neck and shoulder blade. Issues with your supportive tissues -- connective tissue disorder, ligament sprain, sore tendon in neck, and more-- can lead to a chronic condition related to the neck.
At the Spine & Rehab Group, we offer treatments for neck pain and all other musculoskeletal conditions: plantar fasciitis, lumbar spine nerve pain, and posterior knee pain to name a few. Whatever your neck or spinal conditions, we are here to help.
No one wants to travel far distances just to see a doctor, which is one of the main reasons why people avoid seeking out the necessary healthcare they need. Our team at the Spine & Rehab Group understands just how important it is to have world-class providers in your local area, which is why we’ve opened our Morris County office in New Jersey to treat all patients in the area for pain management, diagnostics, and physical therapy.
Morris County is home to countless historical treasures, natural sights, and exciting places to see and things to do. Residents of Morris County should never find themselves without things to do, and with the Spine & Rehab Group clinic in Morris, we can now help you and your family members stay as healthy and limber as you need to be for an active life.
Never miss out on all that Morris County can offer -- from its historical landmarks like the charming and eclectic towns of Morristown, Chester, Madison, and more, with a beautiful mix of downtown charm, American culture, and world-class restaurants, to the natural beautiful sights available just 30 miles west of New York City. Tons of people love travelling into Morris County for the weekend getaway, whether it’s to visit the Frelinghuysen Arboretum, the Morristown National Historical Park, the Stony Hill Farms, or so much more. Don’t let your back pain stop you from living.
Untreated neck pain can make even the simplest activities feel essentially impossible, and if you live alone and far away from any family, there’s not much you can do with chronic neck pain.
The Spine & Rehab Group provides everything that patients in Morris County need for their neck pain and other spinal and musculoskeletal conditions. Connect with our team today and give your back the treatment it deserves.