Back pain can affect people of all ages and abilities. Given the new and highly competitive number of sports and leisure activities, even children and young adults experience back injuries and pain. At Pain Rehabilitation Associates, our providers work closely with you to design personalized treatment programs aimed at decreasing your pain and/or tightness, increasing mobility, strength, flexibility and function, and helping prevent future injuries.

Finding the Source of Your Pain

Our providers will work with you to identify the source(s) of your back pain (i.e. muscle weakness, tightened (hypertonic) muscles, trigger points, localized (facet) joint stiffness, disc herniation, spinal disorders, muscle imbalances, poor body mechanics, inactivity and poor spinal coordination) and treat it using a personalized treatment plan designed with the most effective therapy treatments for your pain.

It’s our mission at Pain Rehabilitation Associates to restore you back to optimum health and level of function. During an evaluation, we will discuss your health history and activities and habits, and then we will conduct a complete examination of your back and body range of motion. We will also examine your levels of strength, manner in which you walk, your balance, and how flexible and coordinated your body functions. Each of these assessments helps your physical therapist to attempt to identify the associated problems present with your pain and work to heal your body and restore strength.

Common Back Pain Sources:

  • Low back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Muscle spasms
  • Arthritic conditions
  • Herniated disc
  • Pinched nerves
  • Disc disorders
  • Postural pain
  • Muscle stiffness
  • Scoliosis
  • Post-surgical back rehabilitation


Let our providers at Pain Rehabilitation Associates help you get back into enjoying your life by helping you heal properly and getting you back to living a better quality of life. Call us today at 414-774-7794 to book your appointment. We’ll help reduce your back pain and get you back to optimal function today!