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Back Surgery

Getting over back pain

Are you looking for relief from the debilitating back pain that prevents you from even the simplest of daily activities? The spine specialists at Lakewood Regional Medical Center offer:

  • A diverse, experienced team includes neurosurgeons, interventional radiologists and pain management specialists
  • A complete range of surgical treatment options
  • A focus on minimally invasive procedures

Lakewood orthopedic and neurosurgery specialists treat patients like you in need of surgical and nonsurgical spine care, as a result of injuries, defects or diseases of the spinal column. The first step is to accurately diagnose your back problem and provide a comprehensive, effective treatment plan to relieve your pain as soon as possible.

Back conditions that can require surgery

While most back problems can be treated with medication, physical therapy or braces, some conditions require surgery. These conditions might include:

  • Herniated discs
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Vertebral fractures
  • Degenerative disc disease

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