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Back and Neck Care

At Providence St. Patrick Hospital, back support means more than performing procedures. It means surrounding you with a supportive team of experts who understand the impact that back pain has on your life. Our experienced surgeons, nurses, rehabilitation specialists, exercise therapists and pain experts all share common goals: to relieve your pain, restore your function and return you to good health with as little intervention possible.

In our program, you’ll receive a thorough workup and a comprehensive treatment plan tailored to your specific needs. Throughout your treatment, we’ll check in with how you’re feeling, track your progress and make adjustments as needed—because back support means more here.

Our specialists are highly experienced in treating back and neck conditions, including:

  • Sciatica
  • Osteoporosis
  • Low-back pain
  • Herniated disks
  • Degenerative disk disease
  • Spondylolisthesis (slipped vertebra)
  • Myelopathy (spinal cord problems caused by compression in the neck)
  • Spinal stenosis (narrowing) or compression
  • Radiculopathy (pinched nerves)
  • Physical therapy
  • Physical and rehabilitation medicine (physiatry)
  • Pain-relieving injections
  • Non-narcotic medications
  • Artificial disk surgery
  • Diskectomy
  • Minimally invasive procedures
  • Kyphoplasty/vertebroplasty
  • Spinal decompression
  • Spinal fusion
  • Spinal reconstructive surgery

Our team requires a referral from your primary care doctor in order to schedule an appointment.

To help you navigate the referral process, request our guide that includes:

  • What to discuss with your primary care provider
  • Tips for treating back and neck pain
  • How to request a referral
  • Additional detail on our surgical and non-surgical treatment options

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