Overview

Overview

Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Medical, Interventional and Surgical Spine Care Center provides comprehensive treatment for all spine ailments and injuries.

Our South Florida physicians and surgeons are experienced in spine disorders including; back pain, degenerative disc disease, arthritis of the spine, pinched nerves, herniated discs, spinal stenosis, tumors of the spine and nerves, deformities such as scoliosis and kyphosis, and trauma.

Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Spine Care Center includes an Adolescent Spine Care Program, which provides youth-specific spine care. All options are explored to reduce recovery times and discomfort experienced by adolescents during treatment. Our goal is to improve the patient’s condition and quality of life with the most appropriate, most advanced and least invasive treatment available.

What We Treat

What We Treat

Conditions we treat include but are not limited to the following:

Other Conditions Treated

We also treat other spine-related conditions including arachnoid cysts, compression fractures, hip and leg pain, musculoskeletal impairments, peripheral nerve disorders, post-laminectomy syndrome, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, schwannoma, spinal instability and spinal vascular disorders, along with those listed below:

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Treatments & Procedures

Treatments & Procedures

Spine patients present with a broad array of complaints which necessitate accurate diagnosis and appropriate management. At the Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Medical, Interventional and Surgical Spine Care Center, treatments include but are not limited to:

Our Spine Health surgeons have a high success rate for even the most complex procedures. Moreover, we are skilled in the latest minimally invasive surgical techniques. Although not indicated for all patients or conditions, these techniques may offer specific advantages for selected patients. Lumbar procedures are the most commonly performed surgeries, followed by cervical and thoracic procedures.

Corrective treatments range from minimally invasive decompression to spinal osteotomy, which is highly complex and is regularly performed at only a small number of spine centers in the United States.

Our Doctors Appointments

Appointments

To schedule an appointment, call 877.463.2010. You can also make an appointment online.