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Posted on 12-29-2016

Cervical Spine Instability is commonly caused by neck arthritis or degenerative changes that can occur in the cervical spine. Symptoms of this injury include back spasms or back and neck pain. Another sign that you are suffering from this condition is if you were involved in a car accident or personal injury. If so, a ligament laxity analysis report done at our Ronkonkoma office can not only provide you with an accurate diagnosis, but crucial support in a compensation case.

When attempting to win a case, supporting evidence that is objectively reported is crucial. In addition to adding value to your claim, a ligament laxity analysis is conducted in three simple steps. The first step is to take a stress X-Ray of the affected area. It is imperative to have images of the film with an extension, neutral, flexion and lateral view if you have a cervicogenic headache. After the relevant information is received, a ligament laxity analysis will occur. The final step involves going over the report with your doctor or medical professional. Together, you will determine if you need to change your treatment plan in any way.

Depending on your condition as well as your reaction to the treatment plan, there are multiple ways to help your body heal. Pain management techniques such as prescription pain medication and over the counter pain relievers have been useful but can lead to addiction. Chiropractic care has also been effective in helping individuals with cervical spine instability in Suffolk County recover for longer term results.

For over 30 years, Dr. James Lambert has helped people near Ronkonkoma in Suffolk County recover from a variety of different ailments. With recovery as the ultimate goal, Dr. Lambert’s use of wellness programs helps prevent re-injury. For more information, call (631) 738-9539, or make an appointment online.


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