Greenville Spine Care Center

Nonsurgical Relief for Back Pain

If you are one of the more than 21 million Americans who suffer from chronic lower back pain, you know how debilitating it can be. A physical therapy program offered by The Outpatient Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine Center, a service of Delta Regional Medical Center, successfully treats many types of lower back pain and dysfunction effectively, economically and non-surgically.

The Spine Care Program back treatment combines manual therapy techniques with strengthening, to not only relieve the pressure on affected discs, but also to help build strength in the muscles of the lower back. The Spine Care Program was developed to restore spinal stability, relieve pain, and restore function WITHOUT SURGERY.

Conditions that may benefit from the program:

  • Herniated disc
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Sciatica
  • Facet syndrome
  • Spinal stenosis

Clinical results indicated 86% or more of persons suffering from common causes of low back pain may get relief from conservative management such as a comprehensive physical therapy program.

The Treatment Program

A comprehensive Spine Care therapy program typically requires 8-12 visits over a four to six-week period. Many patients experience significant changes in symptoms within the first three to five treatment sessions.

If you have experienced an injury, illness or surgery that is keeping you from carrying out your daily activities, therapists at The Outpatient Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine Center can help. Rehabilitation services may be scheduled after a patient is discharged from the hospital, or anytime the physician feels the patient would benefit from therapy.

To learn more about The Outpatient Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine Center, contact your physician or call (662) 334-2021