Exceptional Expertise Across Multiple Medical Specialties

Nonsurgical and minimally invasive, cutting-edge procedures to manage complex spine and musculoskeletal conditions.

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Minimally-Invasive Specialists

Main Line Spine is widely recognized for its top-ranked Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialists. We are uniquely focused on providing patients with the least invasive, most effective and latest groundbreaking medical advances in the field. Main Line Spine finds a customized path to restore the quality of life for each of its patients.

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Denis Rogers MD practices at Main Line Spine's King of Prussia and West Chester offices

What Is A Physiatrist?

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation doctors, also known as Physiatrists, specialize in treating a broad scope of conditions across the entire spectrum of musculoskeletal and neurologic disorders. They focus on relieving pain and restoring function and mobility – all without the need for major surgery.

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Dedicated Center for Challenging Cases

Main Line Spine’s Center for Advanced Interventional Treatments focuses on situations where conservative treatment options have failed to provide adequate relief. The Center and its team are nationally known for expertise in advanced interventional medical treatment options. Its patients often find renewed hope in the Center’s individualized approaches.

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Vertebrogenic Pain

Until about 20 years ago, the medical community believed there were only three primary sources for low back pain. Today, doctors recognize a fourth source of low back pain that involves damaged vertebral endplates.

Learn more about vertebrogenic pain – which is often missed in diagnosis – and how it can effectively be treated.

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The Pain-Spasm-Pain Cycle

Most of us know that sitting too long can be bad for our health. But it also can be a cause of back pain. If you have insufficient movement from sitting too much, it can result in a never-ending back pain-spasm-pain cycle.

Learn more about what it is, and how your doctor can help you break the cycle.

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Back Pain and Your Car Driving Habits

If you have neck, back or shoulder issues, sitting in a car for an extended period can be excruciating. Even without back problems, sitting in a car’s seat for a long drive can lead to discomfort and soreness.

9 tips to alleviate back pain when driving.

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Pain in the Neck?

It could actually be a shoulder problem. And vice versa.

Pain felt in your shoulder area can sometimes be coming from your neck. Conversely, neck pain can actually be hiding a shoulder problem. Figuring out the true source of your shoulder or neck pain with your healthcare provider.

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