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Mobile Spine Specialist Encourages You To See Your Doctor If You Have Any Doubts About Your Condition. That Being Said, Here Is A List Of Scenarios Where You Should Seek Out A Physician Immediately If Any Of The Below Are Occurring With Spinal Pain:
After An Injury, We Often Seek A Label On The Structure Causing The Problem Because The Unknown Is Worrisome. Unfortunately, What We See On Imaging Does Not Necessarily Point To The Structural Cause.
Pain Can Come From Muscles, Tendons, Ligaments, Bones, Blood Vessels, Discs, Or Any Structure Supplied By Nerves. Chronic Pain Lasting 3-6 Months Can Even Cause Changes To Your Nervous System, Making You Feel Pain With Normal Movements. Any Random Person May Have Abnormal Findings (Disc Bulges, Rotator Cuff Tears, Arthritis) On An Imaging Exam Such As An X-Ray Or MRI, But At The Same Time, Express They Have No Pain.
We Provide You With The Most Important Finding. Can Your Pain Be Resolved Effectively, Conservatively, And Quickly In As Little As 1-3 Visits Through Methodical Testing. Imaging Only Tells Part Of The Story. A Physical Therapy Exam Helps Fill In The Gaps.
Dizziness Is Often A General Term Used To Described Vertigo (The Feeling That Your Visual Environment Is Spinning) Or Imbalance (Feeling As If You Are “Tipsy” Or Intoxicated Without The Intake Of Alcohol Or Certain Medications). Many Reasons Can Cause It, But If You Are Experiencing Any Of The Following With Dizziness, You Need To Seek A Physician Right Away:
If Dizziness, Nausea, Or Vomiting Are Brought On Consistently With The Same Head Movements Or Same Change In Positions, And They Last Less Than A Minute, Feel Free To Schedule An Appointment With Mobile Spine Specialist Right Away.
There Is A High Likelihood We Can Offer Resolution In 1-3 Visits. If You Are Still Not Sure What To Do, Call Us To Discuss Your Situation.
An Ear, Nose, And Throat Physician (ENT), Also Known As An Otolaryngologist, Is Exactly That, A Doctor Who Is An Expert In Diagnosing And Treating Conditions Of The Ear, Nose, And Nose Throat. Prescribed Medications For Nausea And Vomiting That May Come With Your Dizziness Or Vertigo Will Be Prescribed By Your Primary Care Physician (PCP) Or Your ENT.
An Otologist/Neurotologist Is An ENT Who Has Specialized And Has Done Extensive Training In The Ear And Bordering Skeletal Structures Of The Head And Neck. If Your Inner Ear Condition Cannot Be Resolved By Physical Therapy And Requires Surgery, The Otologist/Neurotologist Is The Physician You Want To Seek A Consult With.