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In-depth with
Southwest Spine & Sports

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About Our Practice

Our physicians are experts at diagnosing and treating your condition, whether it’s a back problem, sports injury, or work injury. In fact, the innovative nonsurgical solutions our physicians offer will speed your recovery process while significantly reducing your pain.

Southwest Spine & Sports is dedicated to relieving your pain and getting you back to your busy active lifestyle. Over the years, their expert care has helped thousands of people find lasting relief from back and neck pain, work and sports injuries, joint conditions and much more.

What is Physiatry?
Physiatrists (“fiz-ee-a-trists”) are physicians specializing in the nonsurgical treatment of painful nerve, joint and muscle conditions. Our goal is to restore your function so you can get back to the quality of life you’ve been missing.

Spine Conditions: We offer effective nonsurgical solutions for conditions that affect the spine. Common spine conditions include arthritis, disc degeneration, herniated discs, sciatica, and whiplash.

Sports Injuries: Musculoskeletal injuries sustained on or off the field can damage joints, muscles, and ligaments. Rotator cuff injuries, bursitis, tendonitis, shoulder, knee, and ankle injuries and other such problems can be painful and require aggressive rehabilitation to get you back in the game.

Nerve Injuries: Pain can originate from any part of your body’s musculoskeletal system. Muscle and nerve damage is often caused by work or auto accidents resulting in back, neck, and extremity pain. Examples include radiculopathy and neuropathy.

Work Injuries: On-the-job injuries can occur in virtually every field. Some common work-related injuries include carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, back injuries, and more.

The goal is to treat the whole person and not just their symptoms and to provide the best care for each patient, in the same way, I would treat my own family

Michael Wolff, MD


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