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We’ve Got Your Back: A Spine and Pain Series

While dealing with occasional aches and pains is common for most people, chronic pain is much more severe and can interfere with your everyday life, physical health and mental health. At Harbin Clinic Spine & Pain Management, our physicians are determined to eliminate or reduce your pain by identifying the source and helping you manage it to help get your life back. Pain is multifaceted, so we focus on all components of your pain to help restore your body’s function and mobility to improve your quality of life.

Dr. Christopher Alexander

Using the latest diagnostic technologies and medical and interventional therapies, our physicians evaluate and determine the cause of your pain quickly to begin your treatment plan. Our physicians identify what’s causing your pain and then create an individualized and inventive treatment plan that best ensures your long-term improvement. Harbin Clinic Spine & Pain Management treats a large array of conditions such as osteoporosis, scoliosis, sciatica, rheumatoid arthritis, spinal fractures, phantom limb pain and more. Because our physicians recognize that each patient’s needs are unique, each treatment plan is customized to the individual and can include chiropractic care, physical therapy, spine or joint injections, prosthetic and orthotic evaluations and comprehensive medication management.

“Acute and chronic pain can have a severe impact on a patient’s physical and mental health, especially if left untreated,” says Dr. Christopher Alexander, a Physiatrist with Harbin Clinic Spine and Pain Management Cartersville. “My goal is to provide them with the best treatment plan and encourage them throughout the process, from their first appointment to after their recovery.”

Harbin Clinic Spine and Pain Management cares for, enhances and restores function, mobility and quality of life to those with physical impairments or disabilities. Follow along as we address some common questions regarding Spine and Pain Management with the help of Spine and Pain Management physician, Dr. Alexander.

Published November 19, 2021