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Treating neck and back pain

Your spine includes the bones in your neck and back - a column of 33 bones or vertebrae and tissue that extends from your skull down to your pelvis. Trauma to the spine can lead to long-term nerve damage or disability. The neck and spine specialists at OrthoIndy are trained to treat strains, disc disease, fractures and most other spinal conditions or injuries.

The spine team consists of spine surgeons and non-operative spine physicians.

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Common neck and back injuries treated at OrthoIndy

Pain is your body’s way of telling you to slow down and notice that something is wrong. In most cases, back pain is due to a sprain or strain. If you have pain that radiates down your arm or leg may be a sign of a spine condition. Here are some of the most common neck and back injuries that OrthoIndy treats.


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Spine Surgeries

The OrthoIndy Spine team uses the latest technology and surgical procedures to treat your neck and back conditions and injuries. For most patients, the primary goal of back surgery is to reduce pain, increase mobility and improve quality of life. If it's time for spine surgery, OrthoIndy Hospital has received numerous awards from Healthgrades.

Has your spine specialist said it’s time for surgery? Learn more by watching animated videos that explain what happens in your procedure.

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The Ultimate Guide to Back Pain Relief

Find out what's causing your back pain and how you can treat it with OrthoIndy's ultimate guide to healing back pain.

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