You should focus on the things you love, not your spine pain. At Regions Hospital Spine Center, our experienced specialists and surgeons will find the right solution. You get spine treatment that’s individualized to meet your needs and we work to get you well as quickly as possible.
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You’ll receive treatments from a team of specialists, surgeons, physical medicine and rehabilitation doctors, and more. They work together to give you the best level of care.
You’ll typically meet with a spine specialist on your first visit to Regions. You’ll discuss your health history, and you’ll have a chance to ask any questions you have.
Together, you and your doctor will create a personal treatment plan. It may include non-surgical care, or surgery might be the best option for relief.
Often, medication or physical therapy can solve your spine problem. This plan of care might be recommended if you have:
If surgery is recommended, you’re in excellent hands. Our surgical specialists are skilled in all types of spine surgery, from minimally invasive procedures to complex surgeries.
You may be referred to a spine or back surgeon if you have one of these conditions:
If you need surgery, we make sure you have right info, including preparing for surgery and answering your questions.
After surgery, your recovery is our first priority. If needed, you’ll regain mobility with the help of our onsite rehabilitation facility and outpatient clinics so you can return home. Information on preparing to go home is helpful, too.
Our new facility in St. Paul, Minnesota, brings our nationally recognized programs together under one roof. The result? An even higher level of coordinated care for people with brain and spine conditions.
You’ll find an innovation and discovery lab that gives you access to clinical trials, advanced MRI and x-ray technology, a fully-adaptive gym, a therapeutic swimming pool and more.
Our neurosurgeons have advanced training and skills. If your stroke requires brain surgery, you’ll be in good hands.
Stroke-certified therapists and doctors focus on getting you back to living life.
Our neurologists are a critical part of your stroke care team.