Pain Specialist, Dr.Benjamin Crouch, and Neurosurgeon, Dr.Chad Farley, will address your questions together. Register here or call (801) 465-7599 to reserve a seat for this free seminar. Light refreshments will be served.

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Back pain can have a dramatic impact on daily activities as well as the ability to work. In some cases someone’s back “goes out” suddenly after injury or for no apparent reason, in others the pain takes hours or longer before showing up after injury. It can also be gradual, starting out mild but growing in intensity over time.

  • Pain in the lower back or hip
  • Pain or numbness in the shoulders, legs, or other extremities
  • Localized stabbing, burning, or feeling of being gripped by a vice
  • Pain that travels from the spine into the arm, chest, stomach or lower areas
  • Radiating tingling, numbness or weakness in these same locations
  • Pelvis/buttock, hip/groin pain
  • Feeling of leg instability (buckling, giving way)
  • Disturbed sleep patterns due to pain
  • Disturbed sitting patterns (unable to sit for long periods, sitting on one side)
  • Pain going from sitting to standing

Save the Date

Thursday, September 20, 2018
5:30 pm - 6:30pm


Mountain View Hospital - Medical Plaza Building
Classroom - 3rd Floor - Hospital Administration
1000 East 100 North, Payson, UT 84651


Register for the
"Taking Control of Spine Related Pain"