Orthopedic Spine Service
A multidisciplinary team offering a comprehensive range of spine services.
The Orthopedic Spine Service at Brigham and Women's Hospital has experience and expertise in treating both common and complex spinal disorders affecting the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. Our orthopedic surgeons collaborate with specialists from pain management, physiatry and rehabilitation to provide individualized care for each patient and determine the best treatment approach. When surgery is required, we strive to maximize the benefit while minimizing the intervention, including the use of innovative surgical approaches such as microendoscopic spinal surgery.
Additionally, through our Safe Care Commitment, our orthopedic specialists are taking comprehensive measures to provide the safest possible environment for our patients, including offering the option for Virtual Visits where an in-person appointment isn't required.
Learn more about Brigham Health Spine Care and schedule an appointment or Virtual Visit today to see how our Spine care never stops.
Our spine care team offers comprehensive and individualized treatment to each patient. You can trust our orthopedic spine specialists to provide expert, compassionate patient care.
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After struggling with joint pain for years, Doug chose to undergo hip and knee replacement surgeries with Brigham Health's Department of Orthopedics. To his delight and surprise, in both cases he was able to go home the very same day as his surgery.
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