Bone & Joint Health
Total care for Healthy Bones and Joints
Staying healthy is lifelong process.
Beyond advanced surgical procedures, the Spine and Orthopedic Institute provides comprehensive care from leading chiropractic, physical therapy and home care specialists.
Our chiropractors work closely with our Spine and Orthopedic Institute physicians to provide a comprehensive and multidisciplinary model of care for patients with:
- Acute or Chronic Neck or Back Pain
- Work-Related Injuries
- Sports-Related Injuries
- Rehabilitative Injuries
Chiropractic medicine focuses on disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system, and the effects of these disorders on general health.
The Spine and Orthopedic Institute offers physical and occupational therapy as an alternative to surgery, as well as an essential part of post-surgical recovery. Our complete inpatient physical, occupational and speech therapy programs are also available at convenient outpatient locations across Greater Cleveland.
The Rehab at Home Program through St. Vincent Charity Home Care is an innovative rehabilitation program for people recovering from orthopedic injuries as well as hip, knee or shoulder joint replacements. Our therapists work with their patients in the comfort of their own home to help them regain strength and mobility.
August 6, 2020
Millions of Americans suffer each day with pain from arthritis or injury to the back, neck and joints. Many choose to live with what can be debilitating pain, unable to perform household chores or even work, rather than turn to surgery to relieve the ...continue readingRead More
July 29, 2020
Pain or stiffness at the base of the thumb when gripping, grasping or pinching an object is often a sign of arthritis in the carpometacarpal (CMC) joint – the most common type of arthritis in the hand requiring surgery. Most common in women over 50, ...continue readingRead More
July 27, 2020
Former College Football Player and Avid Outdoorsman Returns to Doing What He Loves with Relief from Back Pain
At age 60, avid outdoorsman Jay Scholes found out he wasn’t invincible. The years of playing high school and college football had led to pain in his back so severe he felt almost as though life had stopped. He found he could no longer enjoy the activ ...continue readingRead More
July 23, 2020
St. Vincent Surgeons Participate in Nationwide Clinical Trial of 2-level Total Disc Replacement for Symptomatic Cervical Disc Disease
Two St. Vincent Charity Medical Center surgeons, Robert McLain M.D. and James Anderson M.D., are participating in a nationwide clinical trial investigating the safety and effectiveness of two new total disc replacement (TDR) devices (prodisc® C SK an ...continue readingRead More