Complex Spinal Reconstruction Location
NY Orthopedics Complex Spinal Reconstruction
Complex spinal disorders are a range of conditions that cause degeneration or instability of the spine. In many cases, complex spinal reconstruction is needed to alleviate pain or discomfort associated with these many conditions. NY Orthopedics’ team of multidisciplinary spinal surgeons in NYC provides expert care and support through state-of-the-art treatments that help New Yorkers regain mobility and live a pain-free life.
Quality Care for Back Pain Conditions
Our practice consists of the leading NYC-based spine specialists who are ready to provide their technical expertise. Each of our fellowship-trained practitioners is ready to guide you through all your treatment options with care and compassion. While there are many causes of complex spinal disorders, our qualified surgeons will tailor unique treatment options for conditions caused by:
- Spinal conditions, such as scoliosis
- Age-related conditions including spinal stenosis and herniated discs
NYC’s Leaders in Complex Spinal Reconstruction
NY Orthopedics’ spinal surgeons are well-versed in the latest surgical treatments to address a wide range of complex spinal conditions. Procedures may include spinal stabilization using a series of plates or rods, bone grafts or surgical fusion of the spine. Through individualized care plans, our physicians help alleviate severe neck or back pain as well as prevent future spinal cord or nerve injuries.
Our physicians help drive better outcomes for our patients through the latest advancements. However, optimizing patient outcomes has - and will always be - our number one priority.
NY Orthopedics has multiple clinics across New York and an office in New Jersey with a team of qualified spinal specialists. Contact us today to learn more about our services or make an appointment!
KNEE CONDITIONS WE TREAT INCLUDE:
- Spine or spinal fluid infection
- Vertebrae compression fractures or joint dislocation
- Cancerous and non-cancerous tumors
- Herniated discs
- Degenerative disc disease
- Kyphosis, Lordosis, and Scoliosis
- Spinal stenosis