Our back doctors at Flagstaff Bone & Joint are recognized experts in the diagnosis and treatment of back injuries and conditions.
The majority of back pain symptoms in patients come from inflammation due to an acute injury or overuse. Understanding and adhering to proper posture and lifting techniques can help decrease your chance for sustaining a back injury, such as a fracture, herniated disc, or strained muscle. However, not all causes of back pain are as easily preventable; pain can also arise from a chronic or degenerative condition or from conditions that may spontaneously occur, such as disc herniations.
It’s important to seek treatment and care from one of our back specialists before your condition worsens if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms of back pain:
Patients should also seek medical treatment from a doctor if they have pain after a fall or injury, and/or are experiencing trouble urinating, a fever, or unintentional weight loss, as these symptoms could be a sign of a serious problem requiring immediate treatment by an orthopaedic specialist who specializes in the back, neck, spine, pain management, or spine surgery.
Common back, neck, and spine orthopaedic conditions patients suffer from include:
At Flagstaff Bone & Joint, we understand that pain in the back can make everyday activities difficult. Our orthopaedic doctors and surgeons who specialize in the back know that proper diagnosis is paramount in determining the most effective care plan for your individual condition and work collaboratively with our pain management doctor and physiatrist to provide you with the best treatment options and determine your individual treatment plan.
Our doctors specialize in the following surgeries and treatments:
Our back doctors and surgeons at Flagstaff Bone & Joint have completed additional training specifically in the back, neck, and spine and see patients at our Flagstaff, Kingman, and Cottonwood locations. With this advanced training, Dr. John Hall, Dr. Ross Jones, and Dr. Marshall Meier, have the experience and expertise to assess, diagnose, and treat your back injury or condition, exhausting conservative treatment options first before exploring surgery.