Getting Back We’ve all got a life to live. And whether it revolves around recreation, children, or work, life doesn’t stop when back pain starts. For this reason, we have developed Alpine SpineCare, a spine rehabilitation program designed to get our patients back to life and to keep them there.
Provided in three stages, Alpine SpineCare professionals identify the cause of spine dysfunction, provide interventions that restore normal spine mechanics, and teach patients how to prevent future episodes of pain and dysfunction.
Stage One: Assessment
- Identify the type of dysfunction
- Development of patient-specific goals
- Outline plan of care and prognosis
Stage Two: Recovery
- Manual spine care
- Restoration of spine mechanics
- Functional exercise and conditioning
Stage Three: Independence
- Return to activity and function
- Self-management exercise
- Prevention of recurrence
Art and Science
The product of years of study and experience, the Alpine SpineCare program exists at the intersection between the art and science of spine rehabilitation. Neither element standing alone, our unique program integrates the latest in spine rehabilitation research with the art of comfort, pain reduction, and education. The specialists at Alpine Physical Therapy and Spine Care use an eclectic variety of techniques to address spine pain and dysfunction. Through the use of spine mobilization, joint manipulation, exercise prescription, electrical modalities and education, Alpine professionals possess all the tools necessary to return our patients to the life they love. Read more about the McKenzie Method as part of Alpine’s spine care program.
The benefits of the Alpine SpineCare program are the result of our expertise, consistency and coordinated care with referring physicians. We provide physicians with the resources necessary to make optimal decisions for patients, and it is through our specialized service and streamlined processes that both physicians and patients realize the value of our program. It is our commitment that both patients and physicians will be provided with the highest level of spine care available in the region and will be given the information required to make the best decisions regarding spine health.