Back & Neck Evaluation, Treatment, & Surgery
We understand that the idea of having spine surgery can be scary and overwhelming. For this reason, we only recommend surgery as a last resort—when it’s clear other treatments won’t relieve pain. We use conservative treatments first, always recommending exercise, physical therapy, and lifestyle changes before more invasive treatments. We also offer spine evaluations to help our patients determine the best treatment options for their condition.
Our care team of expert neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, and physiatrists use the latest technology and research, ensuring you receive the most effective and current treatments available. When you need care, why not go to the place where spine and back specialists are trained?
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When to See a Back Specialist
Like most Americans, you'll probably have back pain at some point in your life. Luckily, most back pain goes away within one to two weeks. But if your pain is long-term or chronic—and if you have certain symptoms with your low back pain—you may want to see a spine specialist.