Spine Pain Specialist NJ
Our board-certified, fellowship-trained spine surgeons
personally provide all aspects of patient care to relieve your pain and restore
your quality of life.
What is a spinal surgeon?
surgeon is a physician who after finishing required training is selected
for additional fellowship training in spine surgery and devotes their entire
future practice to spine surgery. Fellowships are prestigious positions that
young physicians apply for; there are only a few spots for each specialty in
the country. To be selected for a fellowship is an honor; enabling the
physician to spend an extra one to three years training and work under leading
physicians in their chosen specialties.
What can be expected from spinal surgery?
You should expect significant improvement in your
preoperative condition after spinal surgery. Spinal surgery is typically not
performed without some historical documentation to support surgery. Spinal
surgery is usually performed when alternative approaches have been exhausted.
Doctors Giordano and Nachwalter always discuss and try non-surgical options
prior to resorting to surgery.
When is it time to see a spinal surgeon?
At Spine Pain Specialist
NJ, we are happy to assist you in all aspects of spinal care. We see
patients as the first doctor to treat them, as well as patients who have
already been treated non-operatively by other doctors through medication,
therapy or injections. We manage all aspects of non-operative care of the
spine, as surgery is often the last option. It is always a good idea to see a
spine surgeon early on to help coordinate your conservative plan.
Call us at (551) 249-9225.