Back, Neck & Spine

Town Center Orthopaedics Back, Neck & Spine Doctors in Virginia

Whether caused by a muscle pull, herniated disk, or arthritis, back pain can be a debilitating and challenging condition to manage. If you suffer from neck, spine, or back pain that persists for longer than a few days, seek the expertise of a spine surgeon at Town Center Orthopaedics.

We are a leading provider of advanced orthopedic care in Ashburn, Centreville, Fairfax, and Reston, Virginia, dedicated to helping patients alleviate pain and regain normal function. Our skilled spine surgeons specialize in diagnosing and treating a wide range of back and spine-related problems, helping you achieve optimal results and improved quality of life.

Back, Neck & Spine Q & A

What are the causes of pain in my back, neck or spine?

Considering your back reaches from your neck to your pelvis, supports the weight of your body, protects interior organs and nerves, and helps you move, it’s not surprising that it experiences vigorous wear and tear that can cause mild to severe discomfort. Additionally, injury and disease can contribute to your pain.

Common causes of pain include:

  • Muscle strain
  • Joint damage
  • Ruptured discs
  • Nerve damage or compression
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Osteoporosis

You may experience:

  • Pain confined to one spot or region
  • Pain that moves around from area to area
  • Pain that feels like an electric shock
What symptoms should I be concerned about?

You should see one of our back, neck, and spine doctors if:

  • Pain lasts for more than several weeks after home care and doesn’t improve with rest
  • Pain spreads down one or both of your legs
  • You have weakness, numbness, or tingling in your legs or back
  • You lose weight
  • You are injured
  • You also have a fever
  • You have bowel or bladder problems

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, Town Center Orthopaedics in Ashburn, Centreville, Fairfax and Reston will evaluate your situation and offer potential treatment options.

What happens at my appointment?

At Town Center Orthopaedics, we’ll start with your medical history and then talk about your symptoms, paying close attention to the type of pain you’re experiencing and its location. You’ll have a physical exam as part of the evaluation. Tests such as MRIs, X-rays, ultrasounds, or diagnostic injections may be ordered to help diagnose the reason for your pain.

After reviewing your information and you receive a diagnosis, we’ll develop a care plan to reduce your pain and restore function and mobility. We will discuss pain management, surgical and non-surgical treatments along with any physical therapy needed. The Town Center Orthopaedics team coordinates your care across all aspects of diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. If you need surgery, you can relax knowing our Virginia top-rated fellowship-trained orthopedic specialists will perform your operation using the latest cutting-edge technology, including robotic procedures with the Globus Excelsius GPS Robot with great success rates.

How do I find a back, neck, and spine specialist?

You can find Town Center Orthopaedics conveniently located across Virginia in Ashburn, Centreville, Fairfax and Reston. Call Town Center Orthopaedics anytime or request an appointment online.

The Most Experienced Back, Neck, and Spine Specialists in Virginia

Town Center Orthopaedics is a leading provider of high-quality, state-of-the-art orthopedic care for patients throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia in Ashburn, Centreville, Fairfax and Reston. When you experience problems with your back, spine, and neck, your back doctor can provide the treatment you need to reduce pain and get back to normal activity.

To schedule your evaluation with a specialist to discuss your symptoms, request an appointment online with Town Center Orthopaedics anytime.

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