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The Dignity Health Neurological Institute of Northern California can help you enjoy freedom of movement again. Attend one of our informational events to learn more about the treatment options.
Back and neck pain is a discomfort you shouldn't have to live with. Four out of five Americans will have an episode of back pain during their lifetime, and the effects can range from discomforting to debilitating.
The spinal column performs a delicate balancing act every day, providing structural support for your body and a pathway for nerve impulses. There are many injuries or conditions that can compromise the spine's ability to serve without pain.
Patients often endure years of chronic pain before seeking treatment, even though many conditions are more easily treated in the early stages. Common conditions include:
Back and neck pain is a discomfort you don’t have to live with. In fact, many conditions are more easily treated in the early stages. Take our quick online spine health assessment and, after answering a few simple questions, you’ll know whether you need a little more rest or whether it’s time to make an appointment.
Mercy General Hospital is designated as the only Spine Center of Excellence in Northern California. It is part of Dignity Health Neurological Institute's comprehensive spine care continuum, with treatment options also available at Mercy San Juan Medical Center, Mercy Hospital of Folsom and Woodland Healthcare. Our specialists combine careful diagnosis, education, physical therapy, medications and, if needed, interventions such as epidurals or surgical consultation, to get your spine in the best possible shape. Learn more about our Spine Center of Excellence.