The human spine is a delicate skeletal network. It must bend, twist and support your entire body to maintain balance, strength and a multitude of other functions. Problems with your spine can have a profound impact on your quality of life. The spine is a complex structure with many possible types of problems and injuries. These spinal problems may occur from birth, from growth during adolescence, and even from the maturing spine. You may experience lost time from work, constant pain throughout the day, displeasing posture and even difficulties with walking and sitting. It may interfere with your quality of life and not only limit your ability to work, but limit your ability to enjoy life such as golf, dancing and exercising.
These Surgical Spine Specialists are leading the way in providing quality spine care. These fellowship trained spine specialists handle some of the most complex cases in the region from idiopathic adolescent scoliosis, to adult spinal deformity scoliosis or kyphosis, to complex revision spine surgery to failure of spinal fusion. We are pleased to offer state of the art care including the Scoli Score (a DNA test for evaluating progression of scoliosis). Additionally, we perform cervical spinal surgery, lumbar disc surgery and even disc replacements when indicated. When indicated, we perform minimally invasive techniques as well.
We have developed a multi-disciplinary approach to managing complex spinal pathology with a spine fellowship orthopaedic surgeon, a fellowship trained neurosurgeon, and when needed, a fellowship trained reconstructive plastic surgeon all working in unison for your best outcomes. Our outcomes have been excellent and our infection rates well below the national average.
We are pleased to have you as a patient. If you have any questions, always feel free to contact our office and our trained staff will assist you in any way possible.