It may surprise you to discover that back pain affects four out of every five Americans in their lifetime. The spine is a complex system of bones, joints, muscles, discs, and ligaments. In a society where people spend hours behind the wheel of a car or sitting at a desk for work, these hours of sitting can accumulate to create problems for your back. Fortunately, the expert spine and orthopedic specialists at OrthoAtlanta are here to help!
Our team of the best spine surgeons in Atlanta diagnose back and neck issues and develop treatment plans that are specifically tailored to relieve those problems. OrthoAtlanta offers highly specialized treatment plans for a wide range of issues, including a slipped disc, herniated disc, spinal stenosis, cervical spine, ruptured disc, lumbar spondylolisthesis, degenerative disc disease, cervical and lumbar radiculopathy, and more. No matter the issue or the spine surgery needed, a consultation with our expert team can help us determine how we can provide the best surgery solutions for you.
OrthoAtlanta aims to avoid spine surgery through conservative therapies and utilizing minimally invasive surgical techniques whenever possible, so that we can provide you the best treatment solution for your situation. We embrace the use of guided injections, specialized physical therapy, biofeedback, exercise, activity modification, and medication as elements that can all come together and effectively contribute to the healing of the neck and spine.
Common Conditions & Treatments
Learn about back and neck pain, and common medical conditions of the spine, including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. OrthoAtlanta orthopedic surgeons trained in spine care evaluate both non-surgical and surgical treatment options in the treatment of injury and illnesses affecting the spine.View Video Library
OrthoAtlanta physicians near you who provide spine care, including both non-surgical and surgical spine treatment options.
Dr. Yolanda Scott discusses back pain in the May 2018 issue of Chapel Hill News & Views.
Posture can make or break your back. Maintaining good posture has a lot of health benefits, including avoiding long-term back problems and potential back surgery. Here are a few tips for your back and spine.
Dr. Deitrick L. Cox, discusses non-surgical treatment options for lower back pain in the November issue of Our Town.
Dr. Kevin Park discusses a minimally-invasive approach to traditional laminectomy and spinal fusion in a recent Piedmont Healthcare story.
Dr. Tuan Bui shares insights into career and technology trends for patient spine care