An accurate diagnosis coupled with a long-term plan for treatment and recovery is the key to maximizing the quality of life of those with spine disorders or injuries. Our specialists strive to target the cause of your back pain and use the least invasive methods possible to reduce pain and improve functionality. We place a great deal of emphasis on rehab and education to assure you have the tools necessary to keep your back as strong and healthy as possible.
Our team of experts focuses on every aspect of spinal treatment including neurology, neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, pain management, physical therapy and primary care. We specialize in minimally invasive surgical procedures, cutting-edge therapy and advanced pain reduction techniques. In fact, we offer advanced, robotic, minimally invasive treatments that reduce scarring, pain and recovery time.
Services We Offer
Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion (ALIF)
This type of spine surgery involves approaching the spine from the front of the body to remove all or part of a herniated disc from in between two adjacent vertebrae (interbody) in the lower back. The vertebrae on either side of the remaining disc space are then fused together using a bone graft or bone graft substitute.
Extreme Lateral Interbody Fusion (XLIF)
During this procedure, the spine is approached from the side of the body.
Similar to vertebroplasty, kyphoplasty may be used on patients with compression fractures in the spine. Kyphoplasty offers the potential to restore bone height in the vertebra and reverse deformity of the spine.
During this procedure, the surgeon removes the back part of the vertebra that covers your spinal canal called the lamina. Also knon as decompression, this surgery enlarges your spinal canal, relieving pressure on the spinal cord or nerves caused by narrowing of the spine (spinal stenosis).
Radiofrequency Facet Joint Denervation
Facet joints of the spine have a capsule, which can develop degenerative arthritis. When this occurs, pain signals are transmitted via nerves called medial branch nerves, which can cause neck or back pain.
Spinal Cord Stimulation
This procedure can provide substantial pain relief for patients with spinal pain secondary to chronic nerve pain (neuropathic pain. This technology is typically reserved for patients who have failed other conservative treatments including injection-based therapies.