Neuromuscular & Rehabilitation Associates treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular conditions using various non-invasive procedures. In many cases this allows us to delay or potentially eliminate the need for invasive surgeries. Please note that the list below is not comprehensive, but intended only as a general overview.


     • Cervical or lumbosacral radiculopathy (pinched nerve in the neck or low back)
     • Neck or low back pain
     • Carpal tunnel syndrome
     • Arthritis/tendonitis
     • Pain, numbness or limited mobility


• electromyography (a diagnostic test used to study nerve and muscle function)
• Interventional spinal pain management with x-ray guided injection to eliminate spine or extremity pain
• Ultrasound-guided interventional pain procedures

Consultation and Treatment

  • Back Pain

  • Migraines

  • Neck Pain

  • Non-operative Joint Pain

  • Weakness

  • Numbness

  • TMJ

  • Spasticity

  • Dystonia

  • Myofascial Pain

  • Tendonitis

  • Pregnancy related back pain and pelvic floor dysfunction

  • Sports Medicine

  • Plantar Fasciitis


Injections (most with Fluoroscopy or Ultrasound guidance)

  • Cervical and Lumbar Epidurals

  • Caudal Epidurals

  • Sacroiliac Joint (SI)

  • Sacrococcygeal Joint

  • Greater Trochanteric and Ischial Bursa

  • Botox for Migraines

  • Botox for Spasticity

  • Rhizotomy (radiofrequency lesioning)

  • Peripheral Joints

  • Viscosupplementation for knee pain

  • Cervical and Lumbar Facet joint injections

  • Trigger Points

  • PRP (platelet rich plasma)

  • Amniofix


  • Cervical and Lumbar Radiculopathy

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Ulnar Neuropathy

  • Brachial Plexopathy

  • Radial Neuropathy

  • Peroneal Neuropathy / Foot drop

  • Peripheral Polyneuropathy (PPN)

  • Neuromuscular Disease

  • Myopathy

Patient Education

The following conditions and procedures are also treated here at Neuromuscular and Rehabilitation Associates. Each item has an accompanying PDF download for additional information.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome  Download PDF
Cervical Radiculopathy  Download PDF
Cubital Tunnel Syndrome  Download PDF
EMG (Electromyography)  Download PDF
Fluoroscopically Guided Spinal Injections  Download PDF
Lumbar Spinal Injection  Download PDF
Meralgia Paresthetica  Download PDF
Subacromial Bursitis (Rotator Cuff Tendonitis)  Download PDF

Special Therapeutic Services


MLS Laser Therapy
A non-invasive, painless approach to the treatment of various painful condition

We obtained our MLS Laser System in April 2018. Since then we have seen numerous patients responding favorably to  treatment. MLS Laser Therapy has already proven to help patients who have failed other treatments such as injections, physical therapy, and surgery. One of our doctors will review your case to determine if this  therapy could be beneficial for you and individualize a plan specific to your condition.

Knee pain 
Back pain 
Shoulder pain
Plantar Fasciitis 
Hip pain 
Peripheral Neuropathy
Carpal Tunnel

How Does MLS Laser Therapy Work?

Laser light increases blood flow, reduces inflammation, facilitates the removal of toxins from within cells, and encourages cell regeneration. Laser energy is able to block pain signals from the nerves.

Acute injuries are recommended to be treated with a minimum of 6 visits. Chronic injuries are recommended to be treated with a minimum of 12 visits. Visits should be approximately every 2-3 days until completion.

Each laser treatment is cumulative in its ability to heal the affected area. For this reason, it is recommended to complete the entire series of treatments even if improvement in symptoms is achieved earlier.

What is MLS Therapy?

MLS stands for Multi-Wave Locked System and is a Class IV Laser. Two wavelengths are combined in an effort to reduce pain and inflammation. MLS Laser therapy is cleared by the FDA. MLS Laser does not generate heat and has no known harmful effects on the body.

Does Laser Therapy Hurt?

Laser therapy is not painful and does not generate heat. You may be asked to lay on your back, stomach, side, or sit in a chair for treatment.