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Conditions We Treat
The Johns Hopkins Neurosurgical Spine Center brings together the best minds in diagnosis and management of spine disorders, including:
Degenerative spine conditions: inflammatory degenerative conditions, including disc disease, spinal stenosis, facet joint arthritis and spondylolisthesis
Spinal deformities: scoliosis and other deformities affecting the spine
Spine tumors: chordomas and other tumors that affect the spinal cord and bony structures of the spine, including metastases from other areas
Spinal trauma and infection: initial trauma, compression, instability and spinal infections
Congenital spine disorders: disorders present from birth that affect the form and function of the spine
Minimally Invasive Techniques
“Minimally invasive” is an approach that informs every procedure we perform. Our surgeons understand that smaller incisions, more efficient methods and less disruption of healthy tissue can result in shorter hospital stays and faster recovery for you.
With that in mind, wherever and whenever possible, we use techniques that lessen the impact of surgery while pursuing optimal relief and wellness.
From minor procedures to the most complex surgical treatments, our surgeons employ the newest technologies and methods to help you get back to your normal life as soon as possible.
Renowned, Multidisciplinary Expertise
Back pain affects many aspects of your life and requires a multidisciplinary approach that treats the whole person. Our spine specialty teams comprise world-renowned neurosurgeons and neurologists who collaborate with specialists in pain management, orthopaedic surgery, physical medicine, rehabilitation and other disciplines.
In addition, clinical and scientific advancements from Johns Hopkins research laboratories help inform your surgeons' recommended plan for you. For instance, with the assistance of advanced intraoperative monitoring during surgery, we are able to safely remove spinal tumors that were once believed to be inoperable.
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Learn how to request an appointment with or refer a patient to the Neurosurgical Spine Center at Johns Hopkins. You may direct additional questions or follow up with one of our office coordinators at 410-955-4424.
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