At Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation we focus on individualized, high quality, one-on-one care. Our goals are to alleviate pain, correct the imbalance and improve function as quickly as possible. We concentrate our efforts on treating the whole person and not just the pain. We use a multidisciplinary team approach employing medical doctors, physical therapists and chiropractors.
We are a participating (in network) provider for the following:
- Aetna US Healthcare
- Empire BC/BS
- Health Net (PHS)
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- United Healthcare
- Empire Plan
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Manipulating Your Way Out of Lower Back Pain
Louis often throws his back out on the job. He finds that the best relief comes from chiropractic care. In treatments like Louis', chiropractors apply controlled, sudden force to joints in the spine that are locked up. The goal is to open up the joint, restoring movement and easing pain.
Finding Relief for Your Aching Back
Ed is taking the conservative approach to treating his lower back pain. His physiatrist, Dr. Neal Mesnick, says strengthening the core muscles that support the spine is the key to success. He also says surgery should only be a last resort.
What's Bothering Your Aching Back?
After suffering for years from lower back pain, Ed is hoping treatment will put an end to it. Many people with lower back pain are like Ed - young, less active than they were in college, leading a more sedentary life. Muscle strains and herniated discs are common causes of pain. Older people may be more likely to suffer from arthritis or spinal stenosis.
Dodging Lower Back Pain
Ed is hoping to make lower back pain a thing of the past by strengthening his core muscles. His physical therapist is showing him how to build the muscles that support his spine. Experts say that's the best way to prevent lower back pain.