Neck and Back Pain:

  • Disk Herniation
  • Sciatica
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Sacroiliac Disc Disease
  • Piriformis Syndrome
  • Lumbar, Thoracic, Cervical Pain

Lower Crossed syndrome occurs when tight hip flexors result in weak abdominal and gluteal muscles. People like this tend to have an exaggerated arch in their lower back coupled with low back pain.

Upper Crossed syndrome occurs when tight chest, shoulder and neck muscles result in weak upper to mid back muscle. People with this imbalance tend to have neck and upper back pain with a forward leaning head and rounded shoulders. 

If this describes you in any way, Dr Tyner is here to help. With an examination Dr. Tyner will find the source of the problem in efforts to restore optimal strength and flexibility so that you can return to function pain free. 

 

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Hours

Monday-Friday: 7AM-7PM

 

Tyner Physical Therapy, PLLC. 5 Harrison St. NY, NY 10013. TynerPT@gmail.com. 212-281-6412

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