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"I'd highly recommend SpineOne
to anybody suffering from the same
kind of back issues that I have had
for the last 20 years."

-Mark Schlereth, SpineOne Patient

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"With the help of SpineOne,
I'm on the road to feeling better!
Six weeks later, I'm so glad I made
the decision to seek pain
management with SpineOne!
Thank you!

Angie, SpineOne Patient

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"Finally a doctor who listened to me
and wants to find and fix the problem
instead of just giving me drugs and
masking the symptoms."


-Roger, SpineOne Patient

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"I’m so excited I finally found a Doctor who
understands back pain and has treatment
beyond stretching and taking pills.
Today, I’m about a 1 or 2 out of 10.
I’m so excited to start not being a grouch,
and enjoying life 100%.”

-Warren, SpineOne Patient

Denver’s Center for Same Day Back, Neck, & Joint Pain Relief

Exam, Imaging, Diagnosis, and Treatment in one location, often on the same day.

Mark Schlereth’s SpineOne Experience

After dozens of surgeries and nearly constant pain, Mark Schlereth came to SpineOne to relieve his back pain and return to a pain-free life. Listen to him describe his experience.

Examination, Imaging, Diagnosis, and Treatment Under One Roof

Examination

Our back pain clinic is staffed by a team of physicians specialized in sport-related and non-sport related spinal injuries and conditions.

Diagnosis & Imaging

A full suite of imaging – including Open MRI, CT Scan, and X-Ray, are available if our doctors need to take a closer look. Our imaging services are often available on the same day of your exam.

Treatment

Our Ambulatory Surgery Center is downstairs from our clinic. We specialize in interventional procedures for back pain, such as disc decompressions, injections, and root blocks.

Article: The Truth About Sciatic Pain

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Have you ever stepped out of bed in the morning and had intense pain radiating down your leg? Or had lower back pain that won’t let up? These are symptoms of a condition called sciatica, and it can seriously diminish the quality of your life.

Even if you feel the pain in your leg, the issue is normally in your spine. This back pain can come and go, but there’s no reason to live with it. Learn more about this condition and how we can help it below. Let’s start by learning more about the sciatic nerve itself:

Your sciatic nerve is the largest single nerve in your body. It starts in the spine of your lower back where it is made up of smaller roots that branch out and then converge to make the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve travels through an opening in the pelvis and then below the piriformis muscle. Portions of the sciatic nerve then branch out in each leg to innervate the thigh, calf, foot, and toes.

The size and complexity of this nerve means that nerve pain can have several causes. “Sciatica” isn’t a diagnosis but rather a symptom of an underlying condition. Before we describe the condition, let’s learn more about the pain you may be feeling.

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