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The Spine Division of Johns Hopkins’ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery offers expert, personalized medical care and state-of-the-art surgical procedures to treat a range of common and acute spinal conditions.
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Using a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach to care, our team of experts specializes in adult spinal deformity, degenerative spine disease and conditions affecting the cervical spine. We perform some of the most complex spinal reconstruction and revision surgeries.
In addition to providing clinical care, many of our experts are also involved in research to help further advance treatments and better patient outcomes after spine surgery.
Spinal Fusion | Richard Shetter's Story
U.S. Army veteran Richard Shetter has conquered many obstacles, but nothing took him out of commission the way his back pain did. After living with the pain for many years and not having any positive results from prior care, Rick sought a second opinion from the Johns Hopkins orthopaedic spine division. Soon after seeing orthopaedic spine surgeon Brian Neuman, Rick decided to undergo a spinal fusion surgery, leading him to be absolutely pain-free. Now, Rick is back enjoying his active lifestyle in York, Pennsylvania, with his two dogs and his wife, Abbey.
When Should You Consider Spine Surgery?
Spine surgeon A. Jay Khanna discusses spinal stenosis, including its symptoms, how it is diagnosed and available treatment options.
Meet our spine surgery experts, who specialize in treating both common and complex spine conditions.
Find out more about our research helping advance the field of spine surgery and better patient outcomes after surgery.
Conditions We Treat
Learn about the individual spine conditions our experts treat in adults.
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