April 25, 2019
What is one thing that people in pain usually do?
Wait too long to seek relief.
Many of us go through life having, from time to time, pain in our neck or lower back. In most cases the pain subsides, and we continue on with everyday life.
Other times, our pain persists for longer periods or becomes more intense. We tell ourselves that we’re tough and can handle it. Before we even realize, the pain has worsened.
We stop doing the things we once enjoyed. We start acting differently around friends and loved ones. We become depressed, gain weight, and begin to rely on medications more and more for even remote comfort. We struggle.
Seek Help for Pain Early
At Crouse Spine Care, we see patients who’ve struggled for far too long, taking too much medicine or having inappropriate interventions.
We encourage folks having neck or back pain to come to us sooner, rather than later. When issues are addressed early on in the progression of pain cycle, better outcomes can be achieved.
Using a model that emphasizes conservative therapy and treating a person as opposed to a problem, our team provides personalized, collaborative and comprehensive treatment.
Pain is Personal
We strive to become engaged early in the spinal disease process and coordinate care plans, tailored to each patient’s specific needs.
Crouse Spine Care comprises multi-specialty providers ranging from physical therapists and pain management specialists to chiropractic, yoga, acupuncture and other non-invasive integrative therapies.
We also work with psychologists who can help ease some of the emotional challenges that accompany physical conditions, especially pain.
Make a choice to invest in your health and wellness today. Don’t spend another day struggling with pain.
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Jameson Crumb, MS, PA is a native of Camillus and West Genesee High School graduate. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Hobart and William Smith College and a master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences, with a focus on Organizational Development and Leadership, from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He earned a master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Le Moyne College. Crumb currently serves as Mid-Level Coordinator for Crouse Medical Practice/Crouse Neuroscience Institute. To schedule an appointment with Crouse Spine Care, call 315-701-2550.
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