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The spine division at the Johns Hopkins Department of Orthopaedic Surgery offers expert, personalized care to patients with a wide range of back and neck conditions, including treatment for spinal arthritis, disc degeneration, scoliosis, spinal deformities and tumors. We integrate traditional surgical methods with the latest minimally-invasive and robotic techniques. This allows us to provide full-spectrum care from routine cervical and lumbar surgery to complex spinal reconstruction and revision surgeries. Our goals are to take excellent care of patients, advance our field through research and train the next generation of leaders in spine surgery. 


Our Doctors Help You Make the Right Decision

Spine surgery is a serious decision, but you don't have to make it alone. Helping you understand the pros and cons of spine surgery is one of the top priorities for our specialists. Our team is here to answer questions, offer support and make you feel confident that you are receiving the right care for your back or neck condition.


Cervical Spinal Stenosis

Orthopaedic spine surgeon Brian Neuman, M.D., discusses causes and symptoms of cervical spinal stenosis and explains how myelopathy and radiculopathy are related to this condition.

Spinal Fusion

Orthopaedic spine surgeon Amit Jain, M.D, explains why patients might need a spinal fusion, what the procedure entails and what patients can expect after surgery.

Degenerative Spine Conditions

Orthopaedic spine surgeon Lee Riley, M.D., answers questions about degenerative spine conditions, specifically degenerative disc disease, and the various symptoms, causes and treatments associated with it.

When Should You Consider Spine Surgery?

Orthopaedic spine surgeon A. Jay Khanna, M.D. answers common questions about spinal stenosis and spine surgery, including new minimally invasive techniques.

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