Spine Treatment
Options For Everyone

Treatment depends on your diagnosis and situation. You may undergo
a combination of several approaches to help you manage your condition.

In some cases the cause can be managed with non-surgical approaches. In others, surgery is necessary to restore function and provide pain relief.

Treating the Causes of Brain Disorder and Spine Pain

Brain disorder and spine pain and injury is a common problem. It can affect anyone, at any age and at any time during the course of their lives. Fortunately, our brain and spine specialists have seen and treated every kind of neck pain you can think of, and we have the expertise to help you pinpoint the cause of your pain so that we can develop an appropriate treatment plan.

Neurosurgical Treatment Options

Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion

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The neurological benefits of ACDF surgery can enable individuals to resume a normal lifestyle with improved mobility, strength and endurance.

Endoscopic Spine Surgery

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Most common orthopedic surgeries are often times quite invasive, leaving a patient in bed for days to weeks and requiring weeks of recovery time afterward. Endoscopic spine surgery is minimally invasive, giving patients more mobility and less pain with a quicker recovery time.

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

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Minimally invasive spine surgery is a type of surgery on the bones of your spine (backbone). This type of surgery uses smaller incisions than standard surgery. It can lead to less pain and faster recovery after surgery.

Decompressive Surgery

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In most cases, decompressive surgery can resolve debilitating symptoms of persistent back and/or leg pain. Some form of surgery will be required to fully address the underlying cause of the compressed nerve.

Laminectomies

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The goal of laminectomy surgery is to reduce pressure on the spinal cord, which reduces the risk of further damage and neurological problems. Your surgeon will examine your back for areas of bony growths (exostoses) that may be putting pressure on nerves.

Total Disk Replacement

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The intervertebral discs of the spine are normally designed to withstand high loads and stress. If a disc is damaged due to degeneration or trauma, it may be considered for total disc replacement surgery by a spinal surgeon. The artificial disc will preserve your natural anatomy while restoring normal function.

Interventional Pain Management Treatment Options

Acupuncture

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Acupuncture is an alternative medicine therapy in which thin needles are inserted into the body at certain points believed to trigger the release of endorphins, chemicals that diminish pain.

MLS Laser Therapy

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MLS Laser Therapy delivers a concentrated beam of photons that are absorbed by injured or damaged cells. With proper treatment, this stimulates the cellular activity necessary for healing.

Medical Marijuana

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Medical marijuana is a derivative of the cannabis plant that has been used to alleviate symptoms caused by various medical conditions. It is also known as medical cannabis.

Trigger Point Injection

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Trigger Point Injection is a procedure used to treat painful areas of muscle that contain trigger points, or knots of muscle that form when muscles do not relax. By injecting medications directly into the painful areas, your doctor may be able to help release those trigger points and relieve pain.

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Non-Surgical Treatment Options

Acupuncture & Chiropractic

Acupuncture and Chiropractic are treatments designed to correct imbalances within the body that can lead to pain and illness. Both of these practices work to heal the body naturally from the inside without the use of harmful drugs.

Exercise & Physical Therapy

In therapeutic exercise, activities are planned to achieve specific goals and promote health. The goals may vary depending on the patient’s condition. Commonly, therapeutic exercise is prescribed to correct impaired movement patterns or assist with strengthening weak muscles.

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We have a variety of non-surgical treatments that may be able to help ease your back pain. These include treatment options like Spinal Cord Stimulation, Epidural Spinal Injections, and Laser Therapy. To find the right option for you and determine the best plan of action click here to read more.

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Surgical Treatment Options

Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy

Minimally invasive lumbar discectomy is a sometimes less-invasive procedure to remove a herniated disc, or at least a portion of the herniated disc, from between vertebral bones. This reduces the pressure on the spinal nerve(s) that are causing symptoms such as pain in the lower back or leg(s).

Lumbar Laminectomy

The objective of lumbar laminectomy is to relieve pressure on the spinal nerve(s) in the lumbar spine, or lower back. A lumbar laminectomy can be performed to relieve symptoms such as back pain and radiating leg pain.

Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion

Anterior lumbar interbody fusion (ALIF) is a spine surgery that removes disc material from between two adjacent lumbar vertebrae. The surgeon performs this procedure by removing the disc space between the vertebrae, typically using minimally invasive techniques. This procedure may also be performed as an open surgery.

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Surgical treatment may be able to help ease your back pain. We have a variety of surgical treatments that may be able to help relieve your symptoms, including: Cervical Corpectomy, Anterior Cervical Discectomy with Fusion and Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion. Click here to read more.

We are ready to help you achieve spinal health. Schedule a consultation and let us walk with you, step by step.

Contact the office nearest to you and schedule an appointment with our team today. Spine, neck and back pain can affect so much of your life, from simple things like walking to work or running errands, to more complex activities such as exercising or playing with your children. Don't wait another day to get your life back.