Spine Care

Salem orthopedic surgeons

Back pain not only limits mobility, but holds you back from enjoying all that life has to offer. Our team of medical and surgical spine specialists work together to manage conditions of the back and spine due to degeneration, arthritis, accidents, tumors and fractures with the goal of alleviating pain and getting you back to doing the things you love. Our highly specialized team works together to provide you with the safest, most effective treatment plan.

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collaboration with Mass General

Conditions treated include:

  • Advanced degenerative conditions
  • Disc herniations and disc disease
  • Employment related spinal injuries
  • Inflammatory conditions and infections (eg, myelopathy and radiculopathy)
  • Neck and back pain
  • Peripheral nerve disorder
  • Spinal fractures
  • Spinal cord compression
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Tumors

Initial Consultation with Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialists

Patients typically begin their treatment plan by meeting with one our physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians to evaluate whether non-surgical treatment options, like physical therapy, medication, or injections, can provide relief. If surgery is determined to be the best course of treatment, you will be referred to one of our Massachusetts General Hospital-affiliated spine surgeons for expert care.

Our medical spine specialists are board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation. They work in collaboration with physical therapists, neurology physicians and pain management specialists, and also consult weekly with our surgical spine specialists

Surgical Approach

Our spine surgeons are specially trained in both minimally invasive and complex spine procedures and are affiliated with Massachusetts General Hospital. They work with patients to provide the least invasive, safest and most effective care. All follow the same processes and protocols used at Mass General in Boston and collaborate in ongoing education and discussion about new treatment approaches and outcomes.