Neck and back recovery, maximizing function and return to recreational activities
Masters in Physical Therapy
College of St. Scholastica — St. Paul, Minnesota
- Spine specific training through Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
- Spine specific training through International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine
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Articles and Videos from Kelly Stadelman, PT, MPT
At least 90 percent of people over the age of 30 have at least one episode of back pain, and most of this pain is the result of a disc problem. Disc issues fall into three common conditions: disc bulges, disc herniations, and spinal stenosis. We explain what a bulging disc is and how it occurs.
Most back pain can be traced back to a problem with a disc in the spine. Disc issues fall into three common conditions: spinal stenosis, disc bulges, and disc herniations. We explain what spinal stenosis is and how it occurs.
Worried about neck pain? We’ve got tips to minimize or avoid neck soreness.
The gift of a massage in a soothing spa environment has huge pampering appeal. Did you know that this gift can also be good for your health?