Answers to some frequently asked questions:

Is my pain permanent?

Many people with back and neck pain are able to resume their normal activities after treatment. You’ll want to speak with a SpineOne physician to strategize your particular treatment plan to get back into the swing of things.

Is there anything I can do at home to relieve the pain?

Depending upon the underlying cause and the severity of your pain, there are a number of things that you can do to help. We highly recommend talking with your doctor and physical therapist on the exercises, stretching and activities that can help alleviate your back pain.

How long will it take for the pain to stop?

Most all patients want to know how long it may take for them to feel better during treatment. The fact is there are a number of variables that will affect healing time, including the underlying cause of the back pain; the physical therapy regimen; how each patient responds to the treatment; and if the patient follows the doctor/physical therapist’s advice on physical activities.

Will I be able to resume normal physical activities?

Many people are able to resume their normal activities after treatment. You’ll want to speak with a SpineOne physician to plan your particular treatment and get back into the swing of things.

How can I keep the pain from getting worse?

Rest and allowing the body to heal helps. There are also stretches and exercises that you can do to help alleviate the pain and discomfort associated with sacroiliac joint dysfunction. You’ll want to speak with your doctor and/or physical therapist to discover which activities may work best for you.

How quickly can I start feeling better

Since you don’t need a physician’s referral, we can often schedule you on the same day you call. In an emergency situation, our facility and doctors will do everything possible to examine, diagnose, and treat you on the same day of your visit.

Do you take insurance?

We’ll work with most insurance plans, including auto, workers’ compensation, and health insurance. Contact our schedulers to find out more.