Suburban Orthopaedic Medical Center
Modern & Traditional
We provide superior care through clinical excellence and use a combination of traditional and modern techniques to treat our patients and help them heal from their injuries. Our goal is to play an integral role in our patients' rehabilitation process.
Our team of professionals are highly trained to serve our patients' needs. Coupling multiple specialties into one office allows our physicians to collaborate on our patients' conditions, to give them benefits of different treatment approaches.
Suburban Orthopaedic Medical Center offers a wide variety of therapy services that can effectively evaluate and treat even the most complex injuries. By addressing their specific injury or needs, our patients can heal and start feeling better faster.
Supporting spinal health
We believe spinal health plays a vital role in human organism functioning. Get a free
consultation today to avoid problems with your health tomorrow.
Suburban Orthopaedic Medical Center strives to provide the highest quality of care for our patients by combining multiple specialties, Chiropractic, Interventional Pain Management, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy and Orthopedics, into one office. This approach allows our physicians to collaborate on our patients' conditions, and give them benefits of different treatment approaches.
Wellness awaits you
Experience the top level of wellness and health services such as, Chiropractic, Interventional Pain Management, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy and Orthopedics, at Suburban Orthopaedic Medical Center! Our specialists know how to improve your health.
Interesting Medical Facts
The World's First Chiropractic Adjustment
The first chiropractic adjustment was given in 1895 by Daniel David Palmer (the father of Chiropractic!) who helped a janitor, Harvey Lillard, regain his hearing after a back accident he suffered 17 years prior. From that first adjustment, Mr. Palmer continued to develop chiropractic.
Pain Is Both Physical and Emotional
Pain, especially chronic pain, affects more than your body. It's psychologically stressful and can lead to emotions like anger and frustration. Pain can increase stress levels, and increased levels of stress can make pain worse. This can cause depression and make it difficult to concentrate.
Back Pain: The Most Common Pain Condition
In a survey done by the National Institutes of Health, 27 percent of Americans said low back pain was their most common type of pain, followed by headaches or migraines (15 percent). More than 26 million Americans suffer from back pain, and each year we spend at least $50 billion on back pain relief.