Our caring staff would like to welcome you to NeuroCare Partners. We’ve developed a comprehensive care program using the latest surgical techniques, technology and research in a compassionate environment with a high level of communication. We are committed to minimally invasive surgery with attention to the needs of each individual patient. We look forward to working with you.Read more
We believe that it is possible for his patients to achieve a superior quality of life, one where pain is not a daily companion. He stresses the need for patient education and believes that people who are struggling with spine-related pain have options—options that can lead them to a better, pain-free life.
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For most people, any episode of lower back pain will tend to get better within two weeks to three months. During this time period that an episode of back pain is resolving, or if the back pain is chronic, it is important to consider the appropriate course of conservative (meaning non-surgical). We can provide options for Conservative Management options for you.
We provide Minimally Invasive Surgery to the Complex. Minimally invasive spine surgery (MIS) was first performed in the 1980s, but has recently seen rapid advances. Technological advances have enabled spine surgeons to expand patient selection and treat an evolving array of spinal disorders, such as degenerative disc disease, herniated disc, fractures, tumors, infections, instability, and deformity.
Artificial Disc Replacement
A newer surgical option for the treatment of painful discs in the US is artificial disc replacement. Artificial Disc Replacement (ADR), also known as Disc Arthroplasty (literally “surgical replacement of the disc”), is an operative spine procedure, in which the dysfunctional disc is replaced with a synthetic disc.
Spinal Injections & Much More
Epidural steroid injections (ESIs) are a common treatment option for many forms of low back pain and leg pain. They have been used for low back problems since 1952 and are still an integral part of the non-surgical management of sciatica and low back pain.