Preparing for Spine Surgery
If you have been referred to a spine surgeon for care or a clinical trial, it is important to be prepared for what’s to come. Knowing what to expect can help ease your mind as you undergo evaluation and treatments for your condition.
You’re in very good hands. Our specialists are internationally recognized leaders in clinical research of spinal diseases, injuries and deformities. Our spine care team is dedicated to offering treatments aimed at improving your mobility and easing your pain.
We hope the videos below will be helpful in preparing and guiding you on your journey to wellness.
Getting ready for treatment
Before your surgery
Types of surgery
- Lumbar decompression for spinal stenosis with spinal fusion and instrumentation
- Lumbar decompression for spinal stenosis without spinal fusion
- Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion or cervical vertebrectomy and instrumentation
- Posterior cervical decompression with and without spinal fusion and instrumentation
After your surgery
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