Chronic back pain treatment with PNBC
Chronic neck and back pain can affect your entire life. But there’s a way to get lasting relief, and it starts with help from the medical doctors at Physicians Neck & Back Center. We work with you to create a physical therapy program that’s unique to you and focused on helping you improve spinal fitness without surgery.
With five convenient locations for care across the Twin Cities, you can get treatment close to home. And when you feel better, we’ll offer support to help you stay better.
PNBC helps people with chronic neck and back pain. In your physical therapy program, you’ll follow a plan made just for you. You’ll work with doctors who specialize in treating neck and back pain and get hands-on training from a physical therapy professional. Learn more about PNBC.
Patients often tell us that our treatment program has changed their lives. Each positive story is more proof that PNBC works to stop chronic back and neck pain – and helps you get your life back. Read Joel’s story about getting back on the field after 20 years of chronic pain and watch Justin’s story about traveling from Canada to find help for his back pain below.
Find a back pain clinic
We have five locations in the Twin Cities metro. That means there’s always a clinic conveniently near you.
Online bill pay
You can pay your PNBC bill online through a secure e-pay website.Pay a bill
Shop for our clinicians’ favorite back care products in the Park Nicollet online store. Free shipping on orders over $50.Shop online
Interested in joining the PNBC team? View current open positions and apply online. We require all colleagues to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and influenza unless they have a HealthPartners-approved medical or religious exemption. Newly hired colleagues are required to submit proof of at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination with the second dose scheduled or receive an approved medical or religious exemption prior to starting employment.See open positions
Medical History Form for new patients
Before your first visit, you’ll want to fill out a Medical History Form. The form will give us some good information about your health and the pain you’re experiencing. That way, we can get started creating a physical therapy plan just for you.