Conditions and Treatment Options

We discuss both non-surgical and surgical treatment options with you.

Depending on your condition and diagnosis, non-surgical treatments are sometimes preferable to surgery. In fact, conservative treatments on their own may produce good to excellent results.

  • Cervical Spine

    Cervical Spine Conditions

    Neck pain often has complex origins. The human spine is made up of bone, discs, muscles, ligaments, tendons and other tissues which can make it difficult to pinpoint the exact source of pain. Depending on the cervical condition, conservative treatments may be enough, but surgery may also be necessary.

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  • Lumbar Spine

    Lumbar Spine Conditions

    Back pain and other symptoms of a lumbar spine condition can be debilitating. Minimally invasive surgery can often fix a spine condition quickly and with less pain than an open surgery. Some patients can find relief with non-surgical treatments like physical therapy or pain management.

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  • Brain

    Brain Conditions

    Sometimes beginning with prolonged pain in the head or face, brain conditions tend to produce multiple symptoms. Several conditions that affect the brain may require surgery to help alleviate painful, debilitating or life-threatening symptoms. For some conditions, however, there are non-surgical treatment options that may be more appropriate.

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  • Peripheral Nerves

    Peripheral Nerve Conditions

    An aching or numbness in your wrist or hand is the most common symptom that can produce the diagnosis of a peripheral nerve condition. Physical therapy, occupational therapy and surgery may all play a role in helping patients with nerve damage return to normal functioning.

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