Accurately diagnose and effectively treat common spine injuries and disorders.
What is neurosurgery/orthopedic spine surgery?
Neurosurgery focuses on diagnosing and treating problems relating to the nervous system, which includes the spine. Trauma, aging, improper body mechanics, and normal wear and tear are all things that can damage the spine. Early, correct diagnosis and treatment of spine injuries and disorders can make a significant difference to patients in the long run.
Why choose us?
Our neurosurgeons and orthopedic spine surgeons can perform a variety of spine procedures to reduce or eliminate back pain and correct common issues. Our surgeons have years of experience and excellence in performing these specialized surgeries.
Contact us about your orthopedic spine surgery needs, or choose a procedure below.
Neurosurgery / Orthopedic Spine: Procedures
A bilateral or multilevel lumbar (lower back) discectomy is surgery to remove a herniated (slipped, ruptured, or bulging) disc in the spine that causes lower back pain, numbness, or weakness that spreads to the arms or legs.
Cervical Disc Replacement
Cervical disc replacement surgery also known as cervical disc arthroplasty or cervical artificial disc replacement (ADR), replaces a damaged or diseased cervical disc with an artificial disk.
Anterior Cervical Discectomy & Fusion
Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) surgery is neck surgery to remove a herniated (slipped, ruptured, or bulging) disc.
Alleviate pain caused by pinched nerves with disc decompression, which gives the nerve root more room.
Vertebroplasty is an image-guided, minimally invasive, non-surgical therapy used to strengthen a broken vertebra that has been weakened due to osteoporosis, vascular malformations, or cancer.
Relieve pressure on the spinal nerve roots with laminectomy, which enlarges the spinal canal.
Thoracic and Lumbar Fusion
Prevent back and leg pain with lumbar fusion surgery, which fuses two or more vertebrae into one single structure.