Due to the latest updated and recommendations from CDC guidelins and restrictions from the State of Oregon, we have made the decision to close our office temporarily starting Monday March 23rd through Friday April 3rd.
At this point, we feel it is our social responsibility to lessen the spread of COVID-19 and make sure our patients can stay home and support their family, friends and loved ones.

If you have an appointment within that time period we will be reaching out to you to noitfy you and to reschedule.

Thank you in advance for you flexibility as we figure out our next steps.
We will be checking voice messages (503) 419-6220 and emails [email protected] daily.

If you have questions regarding your home program or are in significant pain, please reach out to use and we will work over the phone or video conference to get you back on track.

Lee R. O’Connor, PT

Back Pain

If you suffer from chronic or acute back pain, the experts at Synergy Spine Therapy can help you get relief! Living with chronic or acute back pain can cause you to miss out on the activities you enjoy, decrease your productivity and ability to work and greatly reduce your overall quality of life.

Whether you have back pain because of a herniated disc, osteoarthritis, radiculopathy, spinal stenosis, discogenic pain, facet syndrome, or any other issue that is seriously impairing your outlook on life and your happiness, worry no more. We aim to provide a solution to you and to your problem, as well as supply information that will help you stay healthy and pain free after your injury is corrected.
If you suffer from chronic back pain and are looking for an effective long-term solution, please contact Synergy Spine Therapy today to schedule a consultation.

Herniated Disc Symptoms

The symptoms of a lumbar herniated disc can vary with each individual but may include pain, inflammation, pain that radiates down the legs, numbness, tingling and muscle spasms.

Lumbar Radiculopathy

In addition to lower back pain, patients with Lumbar Radiculopathy may experience other symptoms including numbness, tingling or weakness along the course of the nerve.

Spinal Stenosis

Symptoms of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis include lower back pain, cramping in the legs, pain that radiates to the hips and legs, stiffness and/or numbness in the spine, hips and legs, muscle weakness and difficulty walking or balancing.

Discogenic Pain

The symptoms of discogenic Pain will vary from individual to individual but may include lower back pain, pain when sitting, bending forward, coughing and sneezing, and leg pain.

Facet Syndrome

Facet Syndrome is one of the most common causes of neck and back pain and may also include other symptoms such as loss of flexibility and pain that is aggravated by stretching or turning

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