Spine Therapy

Spine Therapy

Treatment of Neck and Back Pain

Spine Therapy, located at CompRehab Plaza, is a state of the art physical therapy clinic that specializes in the proper treatment of neck and back pain. Our specialty trained clinicians utilize the latest rehabilitative technologies to provide one-on-one care for individuals with spinal disorders.

Specialty Services:

Acute Spine Therapy Assessment/Treatment
Work Hardening/Conditioning/Readiness
Ergonomic Evaluations/Job Site Analysis
McKenzie, Manual and Behavorial Therapy
Functional Capacity Evaluations
Functional Restoration

A Highly Skilled Team

The spine therapy team at CompRehab Plaza is dedicated to the treatment of a variety of conditions causing neck and back pain.

Our staff have a wide range of expertise in the treatment of spinal disorders and specialize in the McKenzie therapy method, manual therapy and core stabilization to relieve symptoms.

Services are provided in the Spine Therapy Department located on the first floor of CompRehab Plaza where a wide range of equipment and all of the resources of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center are available. Each patient is given a thorough, one-on-one evaluation by a personally assigned therapist who will discuss their findings, develop a personalized treatment program and work with them on each subsequent visit.

The primary goal of the spine therapy team is to return patients to the highest level of function, help them understand why they hurt, and provide them with the tools necessary during treatment and after treatment has ended.

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Spine Therapy

Appointments 336-716-8400
Toll-free 800-828-2001

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Last Updated: 01-30-2014
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