SpineNevada combines non-surgical physical medicine physicians, fellowship-trained specialists in radiology, fellowship-trained spine neurosurgeons, and internal physical therapy gyms. Our health care team of professionals pool together their expertise to develop the best treatment for each patient. The center includes internal physical therapy, injection suite, injection therapy and X-ray capabilities.
In addition to physicians specialized in spine, SpineNevada includes providers trained in sports medicine. Sports medicine is the branch of orthopedics that encompasses the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of sports or exercise related injuries. SpineNevada has experience in the care of elite professional and collegiate athletes, as well as weekend warriors and other individuals who want to remain active. The SpineNevada physicians serve as Reno 1868 FC team doctors.
The most common type of injury to the back or neck is to the soft tissue – the muscles, tendons and ligaments. Most of these soft tissue injuries heal well, and this is why most people with back injuries recover.
Back and neck pain is often an unseen injury to others. As such, it is sometimes difficult to understand the problems that a person with a spine injury has to live with daily. To help yourself, it is important to keep as mobile as possible and learn how to move your body to prevent strain on your back.
SpineNevada includes physical therapists with advanced training in techniques for spine. The center includes multiple internal physical therapy clinics in Reno and Sparks. Thais Mollet, PT, DPT, Torrey C. Schweickert, PT, MSPT, Autumn Schweickert, PT, DPT and Megan Worthen, PT, DPT of SpineNevada have skills and techniques that are specifically oriented at relieving back and neck pain.
As a multidisciplinary spine center, we provide all the necessary diagnostic testing and treatment in one place, helping to eliminate the need for multiple referrals, delayed care and confusion.