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The bony spinal column is important for supporting your body and protecting the delicate spinal cord. However, many conditions, from arthritis to traumatic injury, can cause your spine to stop working the way it should. When this happens, several types of treatments may help restore function to your spine and relieve the pain associated with back, neck, and spine conditions.
To experience freedom from your back, neck, and spine condition or injury in Arizona, meet with one of our orthopedic experts at Dignity Health. Call 855.401.8045 or use our Find a Doctor tool to get started with your care.
Damage to the back, neck, and spine can result from a range of conditions and injuries, from minor pain to severe, high-impact injuries. Some common back, neck, and spine conditions and injuries include:
Signs and symptoms of spine problems often involve pain and varying degrees of nerve dysfunction. In general, a condition affecting the spine at any point, from the neck to the lower back, can cause signs and symptoms such as:
Aging, trauma, and underlying medical issues all can cause problems with the back, neck, and spine. Aging can make the spongy spinal discs stiff and brittle, leading to compression or collapse. Arthritis can cause bone spurs to develop between the vertebrae at any point along the spine. Trauma, such as a fall, can cause mild to severe fractures of one or more vertebrae.
Treatment options for back, neck, and spine issues will depend on the cause and severity of your condition. In some cases, particularly those that include damage to the spinal cord, full recovery may not be possible. Other more common back, neck, and spine conditions respond to nonsurgical treatments such as physical therapy or medication.
For severe degenerative disease or fractures due to trauma, surgery is sometimes necessary to stabilize the spine and relieve pressure on the spinal cord.
Rely on the advanced techniques and compassionate care at Dignity Health to help solve your orthopedic issues.
The board-certified orthopedic specialists at Dignity Health provide trusted care and treatment for back, neck, and spine conditions and injuries in Arizona.