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Spine Care

Back and neck pain, whether acute or chronic, are common conditions affecting people of all ages. They are some of the most common reasons for anyone to see any doctor. If you need surgery for a back, neck or spine problem, our multidisciplinary team of spine specialists provides personalized care in a supportive environment. In addition to non-surgical treatment options, our team offers spine surgery, including robotic-assisted surgery with the acquisition of the ExcelsiusGPS™. The ExcelsiusGPS™ Spine Robot brings the latest in technology and provides an even greater level of precision to spinal surgery.

Surgeries Offered

We perform the following surgeries to treat diseases affecting the neck, upper and lower back, and spinal column, including:

  • Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF): Surgery to remove a degenerative or herniated disc in the neck

  • Discectomy: A procedure where part of the herniated disc is removed to relieve pressure on the spinal cord or nerve root

  • Laminectomy and laminotomy: A procedure where part of the vertebral bone is removed to relieve pressure on the spinal cord

  • Foraminotomy: Surgery to enlarge the passageway where a spinal nerve root exits the spinal canal, relieving pressure and reducing inflammation

  • Interspinous vertebral decompression: An outpatient procedure where a titanium implant is used to narrow the spinal canal and decrease pain

  • Microlumbar discectomy (MLD): A minimally-invasive procedure to remove discs in the spine

  • Vertebroplasty: A procedure to treat conditions such as osteoporosis and some spinal tumors that can cause fractures, bone collapse and pain

  • Kyphoplasty: A procedure where a cement-like substance is injected into vertebrae that stabilizes fractures or strengthens areas weakened by osteoporosis, trauma or a tumor

  • Spinal Fusion: When one or more of the spine's vertebrae are united together or fused, so that motion no longer occurs between them using a newer technique of minimally invasive lateral approach to lumbar fusion.

  • Scoliosis and kyphosis surgery: A procedure that gives the spine a more normal configuration following a severe diagnosis of one of these illnesses

  • Sacroiliac Joint Fusion- A minimally invasive procedure