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Spine Conditions

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It is possible to suffer from spine conditions that impact the back and neck at any age. Injury, prolonged actions, muscle overuse, and many more causes can potentially be more than just temporary ailments. Back pain is a common problem that affects more than 30 million people in  America. It is one of the most frequently cited excuses for missing work, not to mention the second most common reason for doctor visits.

The BEST days are ahead for our patients. The journey starts when the patient takes their first step to reclaim their active lifestyle, gets back to work or daily activities, and gets back meaningful connections with loved ones.

Spine
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It is possible to suffer from spine conditions that impact the back and neck at any age. Injury, prolonged actions, muscle overuse, and many more causes can potentially be more than just temporary ailments. Back pain is a common problem that affects more than 30 million people in  America. It is one of the most frequently cited excuses for missing work, not to mention the second most common reason for doctors visits.

The BEST days are ahead for our patients. The journey starts when the patient takes their first step to reclaim their active lifestyle, gets back to work or daily activities, and gets back meaningful connections with loved ones.

Have you been diagnosed with a spine medical condition?

At BEST Surgery and Therapies, our mission is to provide the best orthopaedic treatment and care for a range of conditions.

Treatment Options

Have you been diagnosed with a spine medical condition?

At BEST Surgery and Therapies, our mission is to provide the best orthopaedic treatment and care for a range of conditions.

Treatment Options

Annual Tear

Annular Tear

A common spine condition that occurs when the tough outer layer of a disc develops a tear due to constant pressure or strain.

Arthritis of the Spine

Arthritis of the spine

Refers to the gradual deterioration of the joints in the spine.

Bone spurs

Bone spurs

Excess bone growths that the body might develop on the surface of normal bone.

Bulging Discs

Bulging Discs

This develops when a spinal disc becomes brittle and loses elasticity, causing the disc to bulge.

Canal Stenosis

Canal Stenosis

The narrowing of the central spinal canal from spinal degeneration.

Collapsed Disc

Collapsed Disc

A spinal disc that has lost its normal height due to the fibrous outer wall deteriorating.

Degenerative Disc Disease

Degenerative Disc Disease

The breakdown of the flexible discs in the spinal column.

Degenerative Joint

Bulging Discs

The gradual deterioration of the cartilage within your joints.

Degenerative Spine

Degenerative Spine

The breakdown of the flexible discs in the spinal column.

Disc Extrusion

Disc Extrusion

Also referred to as a ruptured or herniated disc, this condition can lead to nerve compression and pain.

Disc Protrusion

Disc Protrusion

A disc bulges beyond its normal anatomical positions in the spinal column.

Facet Disease

Facet Disease

Caused by the cartilage in the joints being worn down as a result of wear, aging, injury, or misuse.

Facet Syndrome

Facet Syndrome

A type of osteoarthritis that develops in the facet joints located in the spine.

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome

One of the potential risks aligned with back surgery.

Foraminal Narrowing

Foraminal Narrowing

A spine condition that can result in spinal nerve root compression.

Foraminal Stenosis

Foraminal Stenosis

Occurs when the open passageways between the spinal vertebrae are encroached upon by displaced bone or soft tissue.

Herniated Discs

Herniated Discs

The liquid center of a disc spills out into the spinal column through a tear in the outer lining of a disc.

Herniated Nucleus Pulposus

Herniated Nucleus Pulposus

Refers to a tear in the thick outer walls of the discs.

Neuropathy

Neuropathy

More commonly known as nerve damage.

Pinched Nerve

Pinched Nerve

Compression of a nerve root in the spinal canal due to an abnormality of the spine.

Prolapsed Disc

Prolapsed Disc

When the nuclear material leaks into the spinal canal through a tear.

Ruptured Disc

Ruptured Disc

A spinal disc develops a crack in its tough outer wall and inner disc material pushes into the spinal canal.

Sciatica Sciatic Nerve Pain

Sciatica Sciatic Nerve Pain

The compression of the sciatic nerve.

Scoliosis

Scoliosis

The natural curvature of the spine.

SI Joint Pain

SI Joint Pain

Stress on the SI joint from repetitive movements.

Slipped Disc

Slipped Disc

The firm outer shell of a spinal disc is forced outside of its normal boundary.

Spinal Narrowing

Spinal Narrowing

Constriction of the already tight nerve pathways in the spinal column.

Spinal Stenosis

Spinal Stenosis

The narrowing of the spinal canal which causes spinal or nerve compression.

Spondylitis

Spondylitis

Inflammatory disease that causes inflammation in the spinal joints.

Spondylolisthesis

Spondylolisthesis

The inflammation and swelling of the spinal vertebrae.

Torn Disc

Torn Disc

The center of a spinal disc ruptures the exterior casing, causing irritation.

Annular Tear

 A common spine condition that occurs when the tough outer layer of a disc develops a tear due to constant pressure or strain. 

Arthritis Of The Spine

Refers to the gradual deterioration of the joints in the spine. 

Bone Spurs

Excess bone growths that the body might develop on the surface of normal bone. 

Bulging Discs

This develops when a spinal disc becomes brittle and loses elasticity, causing the disc to bulge. 

Canal Stenosis

 The narrowing of the central spinal canal from spinal degeneration. 

Collapsed Disc

A spinal disc that has lost its normal height due to the fibrous outer wall deteriorating.

 

Degenerative Disc Disease

The breakdown of the flexible discs in the spinal column. 

Degenerative Joint

The gradual deterioration of the cartilage within your joints.

Degenerative Spine

The breakdown of the flexible discs in the spinal column.

Disc Extrusion

Also referred to as a ruptured or herniated disc, this condition can lead to nerve compression and pain.

Disc Protrusion

A disc bulges beyond its normal anatomical positions in the spinal column. 

Facet Disease

Caused by the cartilage in the joints being worn down as a result of wear, aging, injury, or misuse.

 

Facet Syndrome

A type of osteoarthritis that develops in the facet joints located in the spine. 

Failed Back Surgery syndrome

One of the potential risks aligned with back surgery. 

Foraminal Narrowing

 A spine condition that can result in spinal nerve root compression.

Foraminal Stenosis

Occurs when the open passageways between the spinal vertebrae are encroached upon by displaced bone or soft tissue. 

 

Herniated Discs

The liquid center of a disc spills out into the spinal column through a tear in the outer lining of a disc.

Herniated Nucleus Pulposus

Refers to a tear in the thick outer walls of the discs. 

Neuropathy

More commonly known as nerve damage. 

Pinched Nerve

Compression of a nerve root in the spinal canal due to an abnormality of the spine.

Prolapsed Disc

When the nuclear material leaks into the spinal canal through a tear.

Ruptured Disc

A spinal disc develops a crack in its tough outer wall and inner disc material pushes into the spinal canal.

 

Sciatica Sciatic Nerve Pain

The compression of the sciatic nerve.

Scoliosis

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SI Joint Pain

Stress on the SI joint from repetitive movements. 

Slipped Disc

The firm outer shell of a spinal disc is forced outside of its normal boundary.

Spinal Narrowing

Constriction of the already tight nerve pathways in the spinal column.

Spinal Stenosis

The narrowing of the spinal canal which causes spinal or nerve compression. 

Spondylitis

Inflammatory disease that causes inflammation in the spinal joints. 

Spondylolisthesis

The inflammation and swelling of the spinal vertebrae. 

Torn Disc

The center of a spinal disc ruptures the exterior casing, causing irritation. 

If you have been told you have a spine or orthopaedic condition that will need surgery, contact us today to learn about how minimally invasive surgery may be the right fit for you.

BEST Surgery & Therapies focuses on minimally invasive procedures for spine and orthopaedic relief. If you’re living with back, neck, hip or knee pain, minimally invasive spine procedure treatment options are available.

With an increasing number of surgical cases safely migrating to the outpatient setting, BEST Surgery & Therapies looks forward to providing patients with high-quality, lower-cost care. Minimally invasive surgery with BEST Surgery & Therapies relies on the latest technology and techniques in the field to perform the least invasive surgical procedure for the body to recover from.

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