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Spine Care

Our spine care program offers a multidisciplinary approach in a structured patient care setting. Our mission is to provide our patients with the highest level of comprehensive care available in South Florida. Our goal is to return the patient to their job and an active lifestyle as soon as possible.

Our team of physicians work together to develop individualized treatment plans for patients. This extensive and collaborative team approach ensure a thorough consideration of both nonsurgical and surgical treatments of pain and neurological symptoms.

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Our Services

Diagnostic Services

Our spine care program offers a variety of cutting-edge diagnostic services. We are here for you when you require state-of-the-art spine diagnostic services. For your convenience and comfort, most diagnostic services are performed on an outpatient basis.

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Physical Therapy

Each patient is treated one on one with treatment sessions and a plan of treatment that is individualized to meet each person�s need. The treatment approach is centered on symptom responses to movement or position.

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Non-invasive Procedures

We take a comprehensive, conservative approach to treating neck and back pain. Whenever possible, our physicians explore all available non-surgical treatment modalities before considering surgery.

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Surgical Procedures

In the small number of cases where surgical options are an appropriate consideration, the decision is made in a clinical setting between our on-site spine surgeon and the multi-specialty care providers.

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Latest News

June 21, 2018

Core Muscle Strength and Spine Health: It�s Not Just About the Abs

Orthopedic physicians and fitness trainers agree that even those who do regular strength-building exercises often overlook the so-called �core muscles� that make up the abdomen and lower back.

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August 22, 2018

Pain in the Neck: What to Do and When to See a Doctor

Neck pain has spurred many health-related headlines recently � from a report in Canada that 75 percent of military helicopters pilots suffer pain in the cervical spine to the ongoing problem with smartphones and �text neck� in the U.S. and elsewhere.

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