Your neck and spine are at the center of everything you do
Our orthopedic spine specialists offer expert, personalized medical care and state-of-the-art surgical procedures to treat a wide range of spinal conditions.
Orthopedic spine care
When you experience any kind of spine-related pain, everything hurts.
Back and neck pain can be caused by a number of spine-related injuries and conditions, and range from mild and annoying to severe and disabling.
Whether your pain has come on suddenly or you have been dealing with it for years, you can trust our orthopedic spine experts to provide a diagnosis and treatment plan designed to reduce pain and improve your quality of life.
Why choose us?
We are the only back pain specialty center in the area dedicated to caring for any spine issue.
Our fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons provide the widest range of care and are the region’s referral center for complex spinal cord issues and spinal cord tumors.
We provide surgical and nonsurgical treatment options and work with you to determine which approach is most appropriate.
Expert, personalized care
Our orthopedic spine specialists offer expert, personalized medical care and state-of-the-art surgical procedures to treat a wide range of spinal conditions. Our team specializes in adult spinal deformity, degenerative spine disease and conditions affecting the cervical spine (neck).
Patient story: Regaining mobility after traumatic injury
Teen equestrian Alexis Halbert experienced a traumatic injury to her spine during a routine jump when her horse fell and landed on her back.
Spine surgeon Eric Lenehan, MD, was able to repair her spine and help her regain her quality of life.
When is spine surgery the appropriate next step?
Choosing spine surgery should always be the last resort a patient takes to improve their back pain after already exhausting nonsurgical, conservative options.
Six ways to prepare for spine surgery
If you’ve made the decision to proceed with surgery to relieve your back pain, there are things you can do to improve your recovery.
Ways to prevent back pain
If you find yourself struggling to go about your daily life due to persistent back pain, you are not alone. Up to 80% of the population experiences back pain at some point.