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Spinal Motion Preservation

Emphasis on Non-Surgical, Conservative Care

Only about 10 percent of patients seen for spine complaints will benefit from surgery, which is why it’s important to have an extensive screening process with a multidisciplinary approach to pain and function.

We live in a very healthy and active community and most people want to avoid surgery if possible. There are cases when it becomes obvious that the patient needs more immediate surgery, and in these cases, there is no delay in getting the patient a surgical evaluation. We want to improve people’s function and motion and avoid surgery unless we can predict an excellent outcome.

Non-Surgical treatments include can include spinal injections, electrodiagnostic procedures (EMG, nerve conduction), nerve blocks, regenerative medicine, physical therapy and yoga.