Spine (Back & Neck)

Overview

The back and neck are the greatest sources of pain in our bodies. Most people will experience back pain in the lumbar region—the lower back—at some point in their lives. Other areas of the spine are the thoracic (middle) and cervical (neck).

Experts at Webster Orthopedics provide surgical and nonsurgical treatment for back pain and neck pain, and injuries and disorders. Our conservative approach includes nonsurgical treatment methods such as physical therapy, medication, exercise, and spinal injections. Most back pain conditions can be effectively treated through nonsurgical treatment. If surgery is necessary, our spine surgeon will perform the least invasive procedures that promote a safe and effective return to active living.

Webster Spine Institute Doctors

Rebecca A. Demorest, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Pediatric & Young Adult Sports Medicine

Joseph R. Donnelly, M.D.

Sports Medicine, Joint Replacement, Fracture Care

Hany Elrashidy, M.D.

Sports Medicine, Joint Replacement, Fracture Care

Andrew Hou, M.D.

Interventional Spine
Interventional Pain Medicine

Kendrick E. Lee, M.D.

Surgery & Microsurgery of the Hand

Thomas W. Peatman, M.D.

Sports Medicine, Joint Replacement, Fracture Care

Kevin M. Roth, M.D.

Sports Medicine, Joint Replacement, Fracture Care

Aaron K. Salyapongse, M.D.

Joint Replacement, General Orthopedics.

J. Theodore Schwartz, Jr., M.D.

Surgery of the Hand & Upper Extremity

Peter B. Slabaugh, M.D.

Spine Surgery, Trauma Surgery

Eric S. Stuffmann, M.D.

Hand, Shoulder & Elbow, Fracture Care

Ross H. Talarico, D.P.M.

Foot & Ankle Surgery, Foot & Ankle Trauma, Sports Medicine

Michael D. Tseng, M.D.

Spine Surgery, Microsurgery of the Spine, Fracture Care

Stephen R. Viess, M.D.

Sports Medicine, Fracture Care, General Orthopedics

Related Topics

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  • American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • American Association for Hand Surgery
  • American Academy Of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • The American Board of Pediatrics