Spine Specialist in Algonquin, Illinois
The time will come in most people's life when they experience an episode of spine pain; whether it be neck, mid back or low back pain. It is at this time that they start to ask people around them for a great doctor they may know or even do an online search for a "spine specialist doctor near Algonquin Illinois".
For Algonquin, Crystal Lake, Huntley, and several surrounding communities, Dr. Chris Faubel is available to help you with your spine pain.
Dr. Faubel is a spine specialist at Ortho Illinois - OrthoIllinois Spine Center. He is a medical doctor that specialized for four (4) years after medical school, doing his residency training as a Physiatrist. Physiatrists (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation doctors) are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of non-surgical neck and low back pain spinal conditions. He then spent another year sub-specializing in non-surgical interventional pain management. Dr. Faubel is board certified in both Physiatry and Interventional Pain Management.
Seeking advice and help from a doctor that specializes in spine pain treatment is very important. Just like there are physicians that specialize in diabetes or eyes or pregnancy, there are those that specialize in the Spine.
What is great about Dr. Faubel is that he uses non-surgical means to treat your spine pain, but at the same time, he doesn't hesitate to refer patients for surgical consultations, physical therapy, or chiropractic care when appropriate.
Only after taking a complete history and focused but thorough physical examination can a Spine specialist determine which of the numerous causes of neck and low back spinal pain is likely causing your pain.
Come see Dr. Chris Faubel at the OrthoIllinois Spine Center and take that first step to getting your life back again.
Communities Serviced -
Dr. Faubel has helped patients with low back and neck pain from nearby Crystal Lake, Lake In The Hills, McHenry, Huntley, Dundee, Gilberts, Carpentersville, Woodstock, Wonder Lake, Barrington, Prairie Grove, Cary, Spring Grove, Genoa City, and Elgin, Illinois. Patients have come from as far away as Rockford, Illinois, and communities in southern Wisconsin and western Indiana.