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Back Pain

Advanced orthopedic care for back problems includes:

  • A comprehensive range of treatment options for acute or chronic pain in the back or neck
  • Techniques and procedures to help remove your pain from injury or chronic degenerative diseases, including herniated disks, spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis, disk disease and more
  • Back and spine care delivered by a multidisciplinary team of specialists and support personnel

We’re here to help — whether you’re suffering from a back injury, living with “normal” wear and tear on your back, or dealing with a long-term spine condition. Our team at Doctors Manteca works closely with you in treatment and recovery, focusing first on nonsurgical options to get you back to daily activities. Ice, heat, massage or anti-inflammatory medicine may be the answer. Patients who need surgery requiring a hospital stay recover on a floor specializing in the care of orthopedic patients. During and after your hospital stay you will receive rehabilitation services are designed to ease your journey to recovery.

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