When you can’t find relief from chronic back or neck pain with nonsurgical treatments, you may be a candidate for Neurosurgery. At the Brain and Spine Center of South Florida, the experienced surgeons use minimally invasive surgical techniques to treat spine injuries and other conditions that cause pain and limit mobility. They also provide personalized after-care services to ensure you heal fully. Call the Palm Beach Gardens or Delray Beach, Florida, office to schedule an appointment.
Neurosurgery focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of patients with injury to, or dieseases of the brain, spinal cord, spinal column, peripheral nerves, spine, bone and soft tissue.
The Brain and Spine Center of South Florida offers specialized Neurosurgical care that provides surgeries of the spine that addresses injuries or conditions that affect the health of your spine and cause persistent back or neck pain.
The surgeons use advanced surgical techniques, including minimally invasive robotic surgery, to repair or remove damaged bone and soft tissues from your spine.
Neurosurgery focused on musculoskeletal conditions, as well as brain conditions.
You might be a candidate for surgery services available at the Brain and Spine Center of South Florida if you have spine damage from sports injuries, car accidents, falls, or other traumatic events that causes chronic pain and limits your mobility.
You may also need surgery to treat underlying medical conditions like:
The team uses advanced diagnostic technologies in-office to evaluate the structures of your spine and determine if surgery is the best treatment option for your condition.
Our goal is to relieve chronic pain and other symptoms that affect your quality of life and mobility. Before recommending surgery, the our specialists might suggest physical therapy, medications, or other nonsurgical strategies.
There are many factors to consider in your recovery from orthopedic surgery, including the type of surgery you have, your age, and your overall health.
The Brain and Spine Center of South Florida surgeons use minimally invasive techniques when possible. Minimally invasive surgery requires smaller incisions than traditional open surgery, so you can heal faster and with less risk of bleeding, infection, and other complications.
The team discusses what to expect during your recovery before you have surgery, so you can take time off from work and have help at home. They also continue to monitor your recovery during follow-up appointments and may recommend physical therapy to enhance your post-surgical healing.
Call the Brain and Spine Center of South Florida to schedule a surgery consultation or an appointment today.