Dr. Kube has been asked to become an Oral Examiner for the American Board of Spine Surgery. This organization was formed in 1997 to help address the needs if this unique specialty that has emerged from the fields of neurosurgery and orthopaedics.
Back pain is experienced by about 90% of all people at some point during life. Fortunately, most individuals have relief of pain and do not require treatment beyond physical therapy and/or chiropractic care. Some individuals, when nerve pain is present, require epidural steroid injections. There are however, cases in which pain constitutes and ultimately affects… Continue Reading Missed Diagnosis, Misunderstood and Mistreated: Sacro-iliac Joint Dysfunction
Jeremy W. Przybylo, PT, DPT, DMT Physical therapists are often called upon to evaluate and treat patients with low back pain (LBP). These patients have already been examined and cleared by their physician and referred for physical therapy (PT). Our job as a physical therapist is to evaluate for muscular imbalances that might be lending… Continue Reading Can Hip Weakness be Contributing to Your Low Back Pain?