Welcome to the Spine Health Center. More than 50 million people in the U.S. experience neck or back pain. When everyday activities such as walking, shopping or working become difficult and unbearable, it may be time to seek professional care. Whether you have a long-term or recent spine problem, our experts will evaluate, diagnose and treat your spine issue with specialized skill and care.
Our spine concierge will speak with you to obtain a detailed medical history, collect your recent diagnostic images and test results, and schedule an appointment with a triage provider.
You will receive a physical assessment by a triage physician who will determine the best course of treatment for you.
The patient navigator will assist you in setting up the care plan as prescribed by the triage provider. You may be directed to receive care from one of our participating providers:
Our dedicated patient navigator will work with you to coordinate your care delivery and guide you through your recovery.
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Non-surgical and minimally invasive treatment of the spine is sometimes referred to as “conservative” treatment. The vast majority of back or neck problems are successfully resolved with conservative treatments. Treatment may be as simple as a reassurance that the problem is not serious and all that is needed...
A nucleoplasty is a minimally invasive procedure that is used for alleviating back and leg pain caused by a herniated or bulging disc. Rather than making an incision, the physician uses X-ray guidance to place a needle-like device inside the problem disc to remove tissue.
Patients whose pain has not been controlled with more conservative therapies, may be candidates for an Intrathecal Pump. An Intrathecal Pump is a device that continuously administers pain medication directly into the spinal fluid to relieve pain or muscle spasm.
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