What is spine surgery?
Injuries to the spine or neck are possible when participating in any kind of sports, whether you are a weightlifter, skier, runner, or participate in another kind of physical activity. At The Performance & Health Institute, we can provide a number of treatment options for back injuries and chronic back pain, including spine surgery when needed. Schedule an appointment with one of our skilled physicians today to learn about your options for spinal surgery or other back pain management.
Why is spine surgery performed?
Spine surgery can be used to treat the following neck and back conditions when conservative options fail or in severe cases:
- Slipped disc
- Herniated disc
- Bulging disc
- Spinal trauma
- Spinal compression
- Spinal fractures
What does spine surgery involve?
Depending on the type of spinal injury you are suffering from, your spinal surgery will vary. In many cases, our spinal surgeons can offer minimally invasive options for treating spinal conditions, as well as the full range of physical therapy and exercise therapy programs following your procedure. We offer personalized treatment options for a variety of spine conditions, with our number one goal being to help you return to your active, healthy lifestyle.
What are the advantages of visiting The Performance & Health Institute for spine surgery?
Choosing to entrust our experienced physicians at The Performance & Health Institute with your spinal care and spinal surgery can result in the following benefits:
- Improved range of motion in back
- Return to sports and activities as quickly as possible
- Access to physical therapy and other recovery programs
- Minimally invasive procedures used when possible
If you have suffered a neck or back injury and believe you may be a candidate for spine surgery, schedule an evaluation at The Performance & Health Institute. Our physicians are experts in spinal care and can help you get back to performance-level health. Call our Norwood office at 201-899-3560 or fill out the form on this page to request an appointment now.