Typical Conditions

At The NeuroSpine Center we treat a variety of head, neck and back related conditions after all conservative options, such as physical therapy and pain management, have been exhausted. Below is a list of some of the typical conditions we treat. To learn more about the procedures we perform visit our procedures page.

If you think you have one of the following conditions, or if you would like more information please use our Consultation Request Form to get in touch with us to set up an appointment. We see patients at our main office, Lancaster NeuroScience & Spine Associates, located adjacent to The NeuroSpine Center.


Herniated Disc (Lumbar & Cervical)

The disc is a soft, spongy-like material that both cushions and supports the bones of the spinal column, called vertebrae. Often referred to as a ‘jelly donuts’, the disc has a softer center encased in a tough exterior. At times, the disc can herniate or protrude out of its normal lining. When this happens, the […]

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Spinal Stenosis (Lumbar & Cervical)

Spinal Stenosis is defined as narrowing of the open spaces within your spine. When these open spaces become narrow, they can put pressure on your spinal cord and the nerves that travel throughout your spine. Typically, spinal stenosis occurs in the cervical spine (neck area) and the lumbar spine (lower back). The pressure that is […]

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Peripheral Nerve Entrapment

Entrapment Neuropathy, also referred to as nerve compression syndrome, is caused by direct pressure on a single nerve. This typically affects only one part of the body, related to which nerve is under direct pressure. Many times Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS) will help to confirm this diagnosis.   Your peripheral nerves act as the link […]

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