The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics - Robinwood Orthopaedic Specialty Centers offers comprehensive and effective diagnostic and treatment strategies for all conditions of the neck and back.
Today, vast arrays of treatment options exist for patients that are said to provide miraculous relief for back and neck pain. Unfortunately, the number of choices and information discovered by the patient is often confusing, not applicable, or not substantiated by clinical evidence. This leads to disappointment and frustration, due to the time and expense wasted with ineffective treatments and misguided effort.
The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics - Robinwood Orthopedics is the region’s best choice for spine care. We offer all that may be required for your spine condition under one roof by utilizing a team approach. Whether your condition requires non-surgical or surgical treatments, you will be greeted in a friendly, respectful, and team oriented environment. Whether your spine condition is an acute debilitating problem or a nagging condition that just won’t go away, we can help identify the underlying problem, minimize the pain, and provide a program to maximize your function.
At The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics - Robinwood Orthopaedics, your initial consultation and continued follow up will always be managed directly by a physician who cares. Our specialists take the time needed to perform a thorough evaluation and use effective solutions to manage your individual needs. We explain your condition and treatment options in a meaningful way, and help you take control of your care.
Treatment may involve working with physical therapy to provide manual medicine or spinal manipulation, soft tissue mobilization, laser therapy, or individualized core strengthening programs.
Our fellowship trained interventional pain physicians may provide interventional or X-ray guided procedures including, epidural steroid injections, sacroiliac joint injections, facet injections, medial branch blocks, radiofrequency ablation, sympathetic blocks, and spinal cord stimulation.
When surgery is indicated, complex or minimally invasive spine surgery is available after consultation with an experienced board certified fellowship trained orthopedic spine surgeon. Work together with a team that cares to understand your unique condition, challenges, and goals.