The spine is a remarkable structure, a combination of human anatomy designed not only to be flexible, but also provide strength and structure. Whether you have a muscle strain (the most common form of back pain) or a condition such as osteoarthritis, spinal stenosis, or a herniated disc, there are a wide range of treatments available.

3D Procedure AnimationsIs surgery for your back or neck pain necessary? It is reasonable to consider spine surgery if your pain has not diminished after several months of non-surgical treatment.

But fear not - there's a wide array of surgery options. Some are minimally invasive procedures and allow for a quick recovery, while other types of surgery are more extensive and have a much longer recovery time.

Facing surgery can be a daunting experience. Whether you or a loved one is about to undergo surgery, it is important to be prepared. Understanding your surgery options will help you better decide on a course of action.

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It is important that you discuss the potential risks, complications, and benefits of spinal surgery with your doctor prior to receiving treatment. Only your doctor can determine whether you are a suitable candidate for this treatment. The materials on this website are for your general educational information only. Information you read on this website cannot replace the relationship that you have with your healthcare professional. You should always talk to your healthcare professional for diagnosis and treatment.