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My name is Shauna Burchett and I am so pleased that you have found us.  We are endeavoring to enter the blogosphere to talk about an issue that concerns almost all of us. The issue of pain.  Whether it be headaches, back, neck , foot, leg, or shoulder pain, we treat it.  This website was created to be a forum for all people who want to know what they can to to manage their pain.

We will show you where  you can learn about the anatomy of a structure of your body and how each area affects those around it. For example if you have shoulder pain, it is as important to look at your ribs and neck as it is to look at your shoulder.

Hip pain and low back pain can come from your feet and knees.  Headaches and jaw pain can come from your neck  and upper back.

We at Synergy Healthcare in Spokane have been looking at the issue of pain for a while now.  We are a dedicated group of physical therapists and massage therapists who strive to unravel the complexities of the human body that lead to pain.  We use our hands and specific exercises targeted to meet your specific needs.

On our journey with this website and blog we will endeavor to communicate with you what we know and why we think the way that we do.  We want you to have the information that you need to make an informed decision about how to best address the issues that you are facing.

Synergy Healthcare offers physical therapy, occupational therapy and massage therapy in Spokane Valley, WA. Our highly trained therapists are ready to get you back on track fast! We try to prepare helpful articles that can help enrich your life. Have a question you want answered? Email us at info@synergyspokane.com or call at 509-413-1630 for more information. Comment below or give us a shout-out on Facebook– we love to hear whats on your mind!

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    The decision to do surgery is often difficult and should be taken after a thorough consultation with a good specialist surgeon, taking into account the severity of the patient’s condition, the potential risks and benefits of surgery, as well as the patient’s expectations. The cost of an operation should also be considered.

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    Thanks so much for your thoughtful response. It’s important that we look at the choices for our patients from all perspectives.

  4. Rico

    I have started havnig major back pain, mainly in my lower back, but have never been to a doctor for it. Unfortunately in high school I chose to march a tuba in band for three years straight about 20-25 hrs. a week. I am only 4’10 and 105 lbs. Also, I am a waitress and I have to carry 50-60 lb. trays all day full of food. I have tried taking advil, tylenol w/codeine, ibuprofen- everything, even stonger stuff. Nothing has worked, except for my father’s vicodin which he lets me take on occasion. I want to go to the doctor and have him help me with this problem, but I don’t want to come off as a drug-addicted young person begging for pills, but so far vicodin is the only thing that has seemed to do the trick. And I don’t like going to the chiropractor, I just feel uncomfortable with someone touching my back and it cures the pain for a day then it comes back. So I don’t know how to tell the doc that I can’t get physical help with it.I dont really believe in taking pills, but lately vicodin has been wonderful to me. What do doctors usually prescribe or recommend for back pain? What do I do?oh I’m 20 by the way

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