Tell us where you are experiencing pain. We will suggest some treatments.
Headaches are a common reason patients come to see us. Headaches can occur for many reasons and most of which can be treated in our office. Certain headache types are simple to address and others can be more complicated. Our expertise and integrated treatment options allow us to design a program to best fit your medical needs.
We treat a wide variety of conditions that contribute to neck pain. Neck pain can originate from the joints, muscles, nerves, or a combination. It is our job to sort all of this out and decide on the most appropriate treatment for you. Whether you woke up with a simple stiff neck or you are suffering with a herniated disc, we have a treatment that will help.
The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. All of that mobility comes at a cost. The shoulder joint is relatively unstable. It is mainly held together by soft tissue. This makes it vulnerable to injury. We employ a wide variety of chiropractic services to treat numerous shoulder issues from simple to very complex. Some common shoulder injuries are: Rotator Cuff, Impingement Syndrome, Tendonitis, and Bursitis.
Back pain can range from annoying to completely debilitating. The causes of back pain are diverse. We offer a wide range of treatment options to provide a solution that will best suit your needs. Just some of the conditions we treat are Bulging Discs, Slipped Disc, Herniated Disc, Arthritis, Facet Syndrome, Stenosis.
Problems with the wrists and/or hands can make life difficult whether it is typing, opening a jar, or picking up a cup of coffee. Problems like carpal tunnel usually require a comprehensive chiropractic approach to fully resolve. Like other conditions, pain in the hands or wrists may be related to problems elsewhere such as the upper arm or the neck. Our well rounded approach results in success with numerous causes of wrist and hand pain.
While elbow pain can result from traumatic injury, it more commonly the result of repetitive over use. Familiar terms for the overuse of the elbow are Tennis and Golfer's Elbow. Our specialized treatment options allow us to treat the pain/inflammation and also restore function back to the area.
Pain around the hip and buttock can originate in the area or it can be coming from elsewhere like the lower back. The hip is a complex joint. Because the hip area can be impacted by both the lower back and the feet, it is very important to properly evaluate and determine the root of the problem. We are well equipped to treat hip and buttock problems.
Knee pain and stiffness can rob us from being able to enjoy life. Properly supporting the feet and ankles can improve knee mechanics dramatically. This can be accomplished by improving the alignment and function of the low back, pelvis, and hips. Our customized treatment programs are designed to not only help the current pain but also help preserve the knee for the future.
The foot and ankle is a complex region of the body. Our feet and ankles provide the foundation for the rest of our biomechanics. This means that trouble with the foot and ankle can lead to knee, hip, and back issues. Our multi-faceted treatment approach directly helps both the foot and ankle as well as the rest of the body. Some common conditions of the foot and ankle are: Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, Metatarsalgia, and Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome.
Ryan was an honors student and graduate of the University of Nebraska with a B.S. in Biological Sciences. He attended Cleveland Chiropractic College and graduated cum laude in 2006. He is nationally board certified and has held state licensure in both Kansas and New York. He has post graduate certifications in nutrition and acupuncture. Dr. Uribe has special interest in problems related to upper neck.
He currently lives in Brighton with his wife Aleta who is an administrator at SUNY – Brockport. Outside of work, Ryan enjoys numerous outdoor activities, especially fishing. Other than family and work, his biggest passion is following Nebraska football.
Jennifer is the Clinic Manager of Upstate Sports & Spine. She has a diverse background in healthcare that spans 20 years. Her experience includes support staff and office management in both physical therapy and chiropractic settings. Her clinical training is in massage therapy. Jennifer has been a licensed massage therapist since 1996 when she graduated from the the New York Institute of Massage. Jennifer has continued her education in Myofascial Release and LaStone Massage.
Jennifer is excited to offer a combination of Deep Tissue, Swedish, Myofascial Release, Sports Massage, and La Stone Massage at Upstate Sports & Spine.
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Upstate Sports & Spine is proud to be located in the heart of Brighton. This part of Brighton is known for being the medical services hub of Rochester, NY. We are excited to be positioned in a region of the metro that is easily accessible from anywhere. Our Chiropractic office in Rochester, NY occupies an older house that has been tastefully renovated to provide a welcoming and relaxing atmosphere. When planning our new home it was very important to create an environment that would be comfortable for patients who are in pain. If you are in the neighborhood, please stop in and say hello.
I wanted to share several new success stories that patients have reported recently. I am always happy to be able to help my patients return to their active lifestyles. Patient J What first brought me to chiropractic was ….. I have been seeing Dr. Uribe several years for routine chiropractic care. As a result […]
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