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Minimally-Invasive Specialists

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

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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 – with a focus on relieving pain and restoring function and mobility – without the need for major surgery.

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Conditions We Treat

Main Line Spine is one of the few practices in the nation dedicated to the full spectrum of services available under the Physiatry branch of medicine. This means that whether you need treatment for spinal disorders, neck, back or joint problems, knee, shoulder or sports injuries, or chronic pain, we consider every option available – and your care will come from an expert in their field.

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Highlights and Insights

Scott Davidoff MD

Podcast: Physiatry, Back Pain and Regenerative Medicine for Pain Management

In this podcast, Main Line Spine’s Dr. Scott Davidoff engages in a wide-ranging discussion on treating a broad range of conditions with the latest advances in Physiatry.

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Myofascial Pain

Myofascial Pain Syndrome and Trigger Point Injections

Myofascial pain is common and is estimated to occur in about 85% of people sometime during their life. It is often underdiagnosed, misdiagnosed, or overlooked because it can be hidden by other musculoskeletal pain issues.

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When Other Pain Relief Alternatives Haven’t Been Effective, Consider Radiofrequency Ablation

If your chronic neck or chronic lower back pain persists, there is a minimally invasive option, called radiofrequency ablation, that you may want to discuss with your doctor.

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No one knows us like our patients …

The Main Line Spine Health Letter explores a broad range of issues focused on helping you take control of your health – along with the latest medical advances in Physiatry.

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