Spine

Comprehensive treatment of adult and pediatric spine disorders is provided by the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery's Spine Division, including complex spine problems associated with growth disorders, neuromuscular disorders, and myelomeningocele (Spina bifida). Surgical care spans the entire spectrum of spinal disorders in children and adults, including spinal deformity, degenerative disease, trauma, tumors, and infections of the spine, among numerous others.

Physicians in the Spine program use the most advanced techniques to treat spinal conditions including minimally invasive surgery to treat herniated or ruptured discs, scoliosis, kyphosis and other conditions. However, our physicians also emphasize non-invasive treatments and preventive medicine.

Read more about the Conditions & Procedures we address, Our  Physicians, and Research and Clinical Trials.

Please visit our Patient Resources page to access downloadable articles, FAQs, and patient guides.

The Hospital for Joint Diseases Spine Center

Physicians in the Spine Center evaluate and provide ongoing care to more than 5,000 patients annually, including the inpatient surgical care of more than 900 cases. This multidisciplinary program provides comprehensive and cost-effective care for the full spectrum of spinal disorders. Please visit the Hospital for Joint Diseases Spine Center for more information, including patient educational materials.

For Residents and Fellows: The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery offers a residency in Spine Orthopaedics and four fellowship positions.

Conditions & Procedures

Spine Physicians

Research & Clinical Trials