Neck Pain

I have been Dr. Carlisle’s patient for 10 months. I have bulging disks in my cervical spine, lumbar spine, and radiating pain my shoulders and down my legs. I have had this miserable, depressing, chronic pain all my adult life. Dr. Carlisle has taken a direct approach with my treatment of medication and facet injections. With Dr. Carlisle, treatment for my chronic pain is under control. Dr. Carlisle has a caring bedside manner and is genuinely concerned about my well-being. Dr. Carlisle has saved my life. –  DM

At some point, most people will feel and understand the significant impact of neck pain. According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, more than 7.6 million patients seek medical help annually for painful symptoms affecting the neck. The cause of neck pain varies from person to person and is caused by injuries, trauma, sports-related conditions, or degenerative illness.

What causes neck pain?

James L. Carlisle, MD treats patients suffering from neck pain or cervical spine disorders, including:

  • Sports Injury
  • Neck sprain
  • Pinched Nerve
  • Neck muscle strain
  • Ligament strain
  • Arthritic conditions
  • Herniated disc
  • Traumatic accidents and falls
  • Cervical disc degeneration
  • Fracture

Neck pain impacts the cervical spine, comprised of vulnerable bones at the base of the skull. Each vertebra rests on ligaments and discs to provide essential stability for your head and mobility for the rest of the body. Cervical disc problems can result in chronic neck pain that radiates down the arms or legs, headaches, weakness, tingling, or numbness, and loss of mobility.

Contact Omega Rehabilitation and Spine today. James L. Carlisle, MD can evaluate and help plan effective treatment for occasional or chronic pain. If pain is a persistent or long-lasting problem in your everyday life, you shouldn’t wait a minute longer. Call today.