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“I always go back to Barbati and Davies. My son is also a patient. I would recommend them to anyone for their professionalism and personalized manner of treatment.”
“The staff was very considerate, accomodating and was very professional. They had a genuine concern for my condition and was very flexible as far as scheduling. Dr. Davies did an excellent job explaining my problem and explained from day 1 how the procedure would go and what to expect in "lay mans terms". He did an excellent job and I highly recommend them to anyone who needs this type of service.”
- Bill Wallace
“I am a 25 year old male. I was skiing in Killington Vt when i hurt my back. I thought i was going to die!! My buddy told me about Dr. Davies and I called up for an appointment and they got me right in. Within in 4 weeks i felt 100% better. Thank you for all your help Dr. Davies! I will recommend you to all my buds.”
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The lumbar part of the spine provides a movable support structure for the back. Parts of the low back that can be related to pain in this region include the muscles found in the back region, bony vertebrae that make up the spine, discs between the vertebrae, and the spinal cord, ligaments, and nerves that are housed by the vertebrae. The pain itself can be localized or may be deferred to areas down the leg(s).
Injury to the lower neck and upper back, the part of the body that creates a supportive structure for your head to sit on, is the most common cause of neck pain. Neck pain occurs when the neck or upper back vertebra, discs, nerves or spinal cord itself is disrupted by injury or disease, causing the supportive system to crumble. The pain itself can be localized or may be deferred to areas down the arm(s).
Taking part in sports and recreational activities is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately, injuries during sports are quite common, due to lack of proper equipment, lack of stretching or warming up before the activity, overuse of a body part, or acute trauma to a part of the body. Sports injuries can include bruises, muscle and ligament strains, sprains and tears, contusions, and fractures.
Fibromyalgia, most commonly found in women ages 20 to 50, is characterized by chronic widespread pain and a heightened and painful response to pressure. Painful areas are called tender points. Tender points are found in the soft tissue on the back of the neck, shoulders, chest, lower back, hips, shins, elbows, and knees. The pain spreads out from these areas and may feel like a deep ache, or a shooting, burning pain.