Comprehensive Spine

A groundbreaking program to help you heal.

It’s that wrenching feeling in your neck when you wake up. Or that back pain when you lift the groceries or mow the lawn. It can make small tasks seem overwhelming. When this pain hits, most people head to a variety of specialists or the ER.

People suffering from back, neck and spine pain have a new way to heal. It’s the St. Luke’s Comprehensive Spine program.

“The whole process was reassuring. My back pain was clearly identified; I saw progress early on that continued through treatment.”
Patient David D.
Lower Macungie Twsp.
What to do if you have back or neck pain.
Speak to a Comprehensive Spine Nurse

Call 1-866-STLUKES (785-8537), option 6

Speak to a Comprehensive Spine nurse about your back, neck and spine pain. You will be directed to the proper course of treatment — usually beginning in Physical Therapy. We’ll evaluate your symptoms over the phone to get you on the path to healing or, complete this form and a Comprehensive Spine nurse will contact you.

Why St. Luke’s Comprehensive Spine is the better approach to healing.

St. Luke’s Comprehensive Spine is the only program of its kind in the region to treat low back and neck pain with Physical Therapy as the first option.

Why? Because Physical Therapy can replace unnecessary surgery or costly imaging or bouncing around from one provider to another.

If your condition requires deeper care, St. Luke’s Comprehensive Spine can connect you with additional services, including a physiatrist, surgeon, spine and pain physician, or the emergency department.

  • Avoid unnecessary surgery or imaging
  • Improve your condition in four to six weeks
  • Less need for prescription medication
  • Enjoy a better patient experience and outcome
Experiencing Back or Neck Pain? When neck or back pain makes life feel like this, think St. Luke’s Comprehensive Spine. Call 1-866-STLUKES (option 6).
St. Luke’s Comprehensive Spine Find out how this innovative program offers patients a better approach to healing acute low back and neck pain.
St. Luke’s Health Now St. Luke’s sees 50,000 patients a year with acute low back pain as their primary diagnosis. Understand your treatment options.
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