Spine CareLess back and neck pain, improved long-term function
About 8 in 10 of us will experience back or neck pain at some point in our lives, and for some it can be severe, debilitating and reccurring. It’s our body’s core, after all. So when the muscles and nerves near the spine are pinched, pulled or twisted, the pain and discomfort can make it difficult to get up – let alone work and do the things we love.
Experts in spine health and getting clients back to their everyday lives, our ReSOLVE Physical Therapy team focuses not just on treating the pain or discomfort, but determining and treating the cause. We’ll also show you how to prevent its reccurrence so that your focus can return back to life.
Commonly Treated Conditions
- Chronic neck and back pain
- Work-related injuries
- Post-surgical care
- Herniated disc
- Spinal stenosis
- Degenerative disc disease
If you’re having trouble bending or twisting your head, or your spine discomfort is making it difficult to get out of bed or focus on your day, visit us for a thorough spine assessment. Our team will start you down a path toward pain-free recovery.
The McKenzie Method®
Also known as Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), the McKenzie Method is a philosophy of active patient involvement and education for back, neck and extremity problems. The key distinction is its initial assessment component—a safe and reliable means to accurately reach a diagnosis and only then make the appropriate treatment plan. Expensive tests are rarely required because Certified MDT clinicians have indicators to know whether—and how—the McKenzie Method will work for each patient. Watch Robin McKenzie discuss his method here:
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950 Taylor Ave, Suite 180
Grand Haven, MI 49417
Meet your PT
Dr. Tom Trumbull founded Grand Haven Physical Therapy in 2017 with the goal of educating and empowering individuals to reduce or eliminate their pain, stiffness, and symptoms. Get back to what you love!
What our patients are saying
“It all started with a sneeze. A quick jerking of the neck that caused 4-5 painful neck episodes a year. After two years, I finally had enough and decided to get some help. I saw Tom and quickly appreciated his teacher’s heart. He wasn’t afraid to pass along information that would make me grow independent from him. Since my first appointment a year and a half ago, I’ve had a couple of neck episodes, but the recovery time has been much quicker. Bring on the sneezes.”
– Andrew J.