TRUE SPINE EXPERTS

Offering State-of-the-Art Non-Surgical,
Surgical & Rehabilitation Treatments.

At OrthoNeuro, we use a multi-disciplinary team of surgeons, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians along with physical therapists to diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate back pain, and conditions and injuries to the spine. This team approach integrates prevention, care and treatment for return to a comfortable and active lifestyle.

(614) 890-6555

TRUE SPINE EXPERTS

Offering State-of-the-Art Non-Surgical & Surgical Treatments.

At OrthoNeuro, we use a multi-disciplinary team of surgeons, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians along with physical therapists to diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate back pain, and conditions and injuries to the spine. This team approach integrates prevention, care and treatment for return to a comfortable and active lifestyle.

(614) 890-6555

Spine Care Treatments

The Spine

The spinal column is one of the body’s main supports. The spine itself is divided into three sections: the cervical, the thoracic, and the lumbar spine. These sections are made up of interlocking vertebrae, which allow the backbone some flexibity.

Lumbar vertebrae are the strongest, they must support the weight of the upper body. Between the vertebrae are discs made up of cartilage that act as shock absorbers to prevent damage from sudden jolts. These discs have a tough, flexible outer case and a soft, jellylike center, and cushion and protect the vertebrae.

Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common types of pain. Because the back helps stabilize and move the entire body, back pain can be a serious problem. Early diagnosis ensures effective treatment and pain reduction. Please make an appointment with an OrthoNeuro spine specialist as soon as you experience back pain.

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Neck Pain
Most cases of neck pain are caused by a sprain or strain to one of the muscles in the cervical spine and the good news is that most cases of neck pain will subside on their own after rest and temporary activity modification.

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Herniated Disc
A herniated disc (also known as a bulging disc or slipped disc) is a common problem that occurs in the lower back or neck. The intervertebral discs lie between the vertebrae (spinal bones) and act as shock absorbers to take the pressure off the spine during weight-bearing activities.

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Sciatica
Sciatica is one of the most commonly mentioned spinal conditions and describes pain that originates in the lower back and radiates into the buttocks, the back of the legs and into the feet. The sciatic nerve is the longest continuous nerve in the body and begins in the lower back and extends into the legs. Sciatica is a term used to describe pain but is not an actual diagnosis and is instead a symptom of an underlying condition that is causing pressure on the sciatic nerve.

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Scoliosis
Scoliosis is a spinal deformity that causes either an S-shaped or C-shaped curvature of the spine. The condition is commonly seen in adolescents but can also develop progressively as an adult. In some cases, Scoliosis causes no other symptoms other than those that can be seen as physical imbalances (curvature of the spine, misalignment of hips, misalignment of shoulders).

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Cervical Radiculopathy
Cervical Radiculopathy is a term used to describe the pain that originates in the neck but radiates into the shoulders, arms or fingers. This condition is not a diagnosis but a symptom of an underlying condition that is compressing a nerve in the cervical spine. When the nerve is compressed pain signals travel from the nerve root in the spine into the extremities.

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Degenerative Disc Disease
Degenerative disc disease is a common term used for several conditions of the spine that occur to the intervertebral discs of the spine with age. As we age, the intervertebral discs that act as shock absorbers in the spine lose some of their fluid content and therefore decrease in size and height. The combination of these factors may cause the discs to dry, weaken or herniate. Osteoarthritis and spinal stenosis may develop as a result of degenerative disc disease.

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Facet Joint Syndrome
The facet joints are the two bony attachments at the back of the spine that allow for mobility and flexibility of the spine. Like many joints within the body, the facet joints are susceptible to degenerative changes due to arthritis. When arthritis affects the facet joints, the joints lose fluid and cartilage and can cause inflammation, thickening of the joints, pain and the formation of small bone spurs. This inflammation can cause pressure on the nerves that exit the spine, which is known as Facet Joint Syndrome.

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Sacroiliac Joint Fusion
A Sacroiliac Joint Fusion, also known as an SI Fusion, is a minimally invasive procedure used to stabilize the sacroiliac joint by using small bone implant and screws to fixate the joint in place. This fixation alleviates the pain caused by Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction.

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Vertebroplasty & Kyphoplasty
Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty (also known as a Balloon Kyphoplasty) are minimally invasive procedures used to treat spinal compression fractures which are usually the result of osteoporosis or an accident.

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Spinal Cord Stimulation
A spinal cord stimulator is an implantable pain relief device used for chronic neck or back pain as well as other neurological conditions that can cause chronic pain. The device works by sending electrical impulses to the spinal cord that block nerve pain signals to the brain. The blocking of these pain signals from the brain is what results in the relief from pain. This procedure has been researched to be safe and effective in treating chronic pain.

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Revision Spine Surgery
Revision spine surgery is sometimes needed to correct issues that resulted from a previous spine surgery. Although uncommon, screws, plates or other implants used in a prior surgery can cause pain or other symptoms. This is primarily due to either the spine not healing correctly after surgery or the implants themselves were not placed correctly.

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Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Traditionally, spine surgery required a long 6-8 inch incision and a large amount of muscle dissection which led to prolonged recovery and resulted in significant scarring. However, at OrthoNeuro, our Board Certified Spine Surgeons are experts in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery.

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Minimally Invasive Discectomy
A Minimally Invasive Discectomy (Microdiscectomy) is a surgical procedure that uses a very small incision (usually less than one inch), a microscope and small surgical tools to remove portions of the intervertebral disc(s) that are compressing the spinal nerves in the lower back.

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Minimally Invasive Spinal Fusion
Open incision spinal fusion procedures have been performed for many years, however recent advancements in spine surgery at OrthoNeuro have allowed our Board Certified Orthopedic Spine Surgeons and Neurosurgeons to perform spinal fusion procedures in a minimally invasive manner. With this technique, a smaller incision is used, less surgical trauma is caused and recovery is much quicker.

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Minimally Invasive Laminectomy
A Minimally Invasive Laminectomy (also known as a Spinal Decompression) is a procedure used to relieve the pain from a pinched nerve in the spine. This is done by removing part of the spinal vertebrae, known as the lamina so that the spinal nerve can be decompressed and pain can be relieved.

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Minimally Invasive Cervical Spinal Fusion
A Minimally Invasive Cervical Fusion is also commonly referred to as an ACDF and is used to treat chronic pain, nerve compression and/or instability that originates in the cervical spine. This procedure is typically recommended when cervical spine conditions do not respond to conservative treatment options.
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Meet Our Spine Surgeons

Paul H. Eichenseer, DO

Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

David K. Kim, MD

Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

Donald J. Rohl, DO

Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

Daryl R. Sybert, DO, FAOAO

Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

Larry T. Todd, DO

Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

Mark A. White, DO

Neurosurgeon

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