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Stiffness and pain in the neck, spine and back can be anxiety or lifestyle related, caused by bad posture when working, watching TV or sleeping. Neck and spine pain may also be symptoms of a deeper condition.
The orthopedic spine specialists at Greiner Orthopedics work collaboratively with our world-renowned neurosurgeons to treat all types of spine-related disorders, such as back and neck pain, spinal cord pinching, congenital disorders, degenerative ailments, injuries and much more.
Our doctors use state-of-the-art diagnostic technologies, allowing us to build a targeted treatment plan unique to you. Our advanced diagnostics, surgical expertise and outstanding orthopedic rehab facilities allow us to provide the most sophisticated treatments available.
Neck & Spine Injuries We Treat
The back, neck and spine care experts at Greiner Orthopedics specialize in treating the full spectrum of spine and neck ailments and injuries including low back pain, neck pain, arthritis, herniated disk, spinal tumors and more.
Advanced Treatment for Neck & Spine Injuries
We provide the most innovative minimally invasive neck and spine procedures including robotic-assisted spine surgery, spinal fusion and disc replacement, which reduces pain and protects range of motion as you heal.
Our specialists build a personalized treatment program designed to get you moving and back to normal activities sooner.
If your condition can be treated non-surgically, our staff at Greiner Orthopedics can provide pain relief through minimally invasive treatments. If surgery is required, Dr. Greiner will use the latest surgical techniques to surgically repair your backbone.
These teams use advanced technology to diagnose and treat a wide Variety of spine and spine-related conditions, such as:
- Cervical radiculopathy (pinched nerve)
- Coccydynia (tailbone pain)
- Degenerative disk disease
- Facet Joint Syndrome
- Herniated disk — cervical and lumbar
- Lumbar radiculopathy (sciatica)
- Spinal stenosis
Orthopedic Back Pain Treatments and Surgeries
Though some general back pain can subside by itself, if the pain does not go away after one to two weeks, you should consider speaking to one of our experts about general spine care or specialized spine therapy.
Interventional spine care is the minimally invasive, non-surgical treatment of debilitating spinal injuries or ailments. This targeted interventional treatment may lead to pain relief that lasts for a year or longer.
Greiner Orthopedics delivers exceptional care by board-certified professionals plus the latest technology, diagnostics rehabilitation and support – all under one roof. Whether you suffer from a chronic condition or you’ve sustained an acute injury, our spine specialists have the skills and expertise to correctly diagnose and treat your condition.
Interventional spine care procedures performed at Greiner Orthopedics include:
- Epidural steroid injections
- Facet joint injections
- Radiofrequency neurotomy (also known as radiofrequency ablation or RFA)
- Spinal cord stimulation
- Sympathetic, medial branch and stellate ganglion blocks
Modern-day spine surgeries often provide dramatic and immediate relief from chronic, debilitating back and neck pain. However, determining the origin of the pain should be the first step. Statistics show that locating the origin of the pain before surgery dramatically increases the success of the surgery.
Some of the more common spine-related surgical procedures performed by Dr. Greiner contain:
- Dynamic stabilization
- Spinal disc replacement
- Spinal fusion