Loveland, Colorado, known as The Sweetheart City, is part of the Fort Collins-Loveland Metropolitan Statistical Area, as well as the Front Range Urban Corridor of the Rocky Mountains. Residents of Loveland enjoy remaining active throughout the year by visiting the mountains, playing a round of golf or engaging in recreational sports at one of the local natural areas or recreation centers. If any resident of Loveland becomes injured and experiences back or neck pain, they are encouraged to contact the practice of Dr. Donald Corenman. As a spine surgeon and neck specialist, Dr. Corenman specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of simple and complex spinal injuries.
Neck Doctor and Back Specialist Treating Loveland, CO Winter Athletes
With an annual snowfall of around 54 inches, Loveland, Colorado residents love to get outdoors and enjoy the cold winter months. Popular winter sports in the local area include skiing, snowboarding, sledding, backcountry skiing, snowmobiling and ice skating. Even though all of these activities encourage residents to stay active and healthy, a back injury or neck injury can occur.
Common winter injuries associated with the spine include:
- Muscle sprains and strains
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Disc injuries and conditions
If a Loveland resident experiences one of these injuries, or any other spinal injury, Dr. Corenman is available to treat the injury at his nearby office location.
Dr. Donald Corenman, spine surgeon and neck specialist, specializes in:
- Degenerative disc disease
- Herniated discs
- Spine instability
- Spinal cord injuries
- Scoliosis surgery
- Minimally invasive lumbar fusion
- X-stop procedure
- Failed spine surgery correction
Spine Specialist Available to Treat Summer Recreational Athletes Living in Loveland, CO
Loveland, Colorado also offers a number of recreational sporting activities for athletes during the summer months. The Loveland Parks and Recreation Department offers diverse and comprehensive programming for residents of all ages. Some of the popular recreation areas include three golf courses, 28 natural/open spaces, 31 city parks with approximately 17.5 miles of trails, the Hatfield Chilson Recreation/Senior Center and Lake Loveland Swim Beach.
Much like winter athletes, summer athletes living in Loveland are at risk of a neck or back injury. Common spinal injuries associated with hiking, biking, trail running and golfing include muscle spasms, disc injuries, lower back pain, neck pain and muscle strains and sprains.
If you live in the Loveland, Colorado area and experience a spinal injury while participating in a recreational activity, please contact the office of Dr. Donald Corenman, spine surgeon and neck specialist.