Cervical Spine

Neck/Cervical Spine

The neck—or cervical spine—is a coordinated network of nerves, bones, joints, and muscles directed by the brain and the spinal cord. It is designed for strength, stability, and nerve communication.

Symptoms of neck and back pain include:
Stiff neck,sharp or stabbing pain, Soreness or tenderness, Pain that radiates down into the shoulders, arms, or fingers.

Back Pain

Patients generally present with a history of an inciting event that produced immediate low back pain.  The most commonly reported histories include lifting and/or twisting while holding a heavy object, operating a machine that vibrates, prolonged sitting, involvement in a motor vehicle collision, and falls.

The pain may spread to the buttocks, thighs or knees.  Many people may also experience spasms with mechanical back pain. 

Parkinson's Desease

Do you or a loved one suffer from Parkinson's disease?  Parkinson's disease affects all cultures and races equally and statistics show that globally, it is estimated 6.3 million people have the disease and around 1.5 million Americans are currently fighting the battle.  Even though no cure for Parkinson's disease has been found it has been proven that undergoing Physical Rehabilitation can be a major benefit.

Sport's Injuries

Some sports injuries may include: Tendonitis, Sprains,Neck Pain, Lower back Pain,Muscle Spasms, Joint Pain.

Aspen Rehabilitation treats many Orthopedic and repetitive motion injuries and helps improve the weaknesses of a patient's musculoskeletal system, allowing them to recover quickly and stay active.

Auto Injuries

After an accident there is a lot of soft tissue trauma, even at small speeds. Starting the right treatment protocol can help with the healing process and prevent future chronic injuries from an auto injury. Here at Aspen Rehabilitation, therapist treat common auto injuries such as: Herniated discs, Knee injuries, Shoulder injuries, Neck injuries, Hip injuries, Back injuries, Sciatica


Osteoarthritis is the most common type of shoulder arthritis.  Also called  degenerative joint disease, osteoarthritis is characterized by progressive wearing away of the cartilage of the joint.  As the protective cartilage surface of the joint is worn away by shoulder arthritis, bare bone is exposed within the shoulder.  Wear and tear over time leads to bone spurs, poor tissue quality, inflammation, pain, weakness, and poor shoulder mechanics.


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