The goal of this Nevada spine center is to help the back pain or neck pain patient return to an active lifestyle as quickly as possible. Read actual patient success stories or patient testimonials. If you are a patient and would like to share your testimonial, click here.
For damaged structures to heal, good blood supply is essential for repair and to remove waste products. Bones, ligaments and muscles in the back have good blood supply, so the back can heal reasonably well. The most common type of back injury is to the soft tissue – the muscles, tendons and ligaments. Most soft tissue injuries heal well, and this is why most people with back injuries recover. Click here to learn more.
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Spine Nevada is the only spine center in Nevada to be included in Spine Center Network, an exclusive national listing of credentialed spine centers of excellence. Click here to learn more.
SpineNevada is a regional center of excellence for back and neck problems based in Reno, Nevada. What makes the spine center unique is that it combines a fellowship-trained spinal neurosurgeon with over 20 years of experience, board-certified physical medicine physicians, spine specialized physical therapists, exercise gyms and an internal diagnostic center — all under one roof. SpineNevada takes a team approach to spine care and follows evidence-based guidelines.
"Our goal is to create a spine center that is comprehensive, integrated and user friendly in one practice. We believe this results in better quality and enhanced service for our patients." ~ Dr. James Lynch, Neurosurgeon
SpineNevada uses minimally invasive techniques and instrumentation to help patients recover in a shorter period of time and allow for a quicker return home. New developments in minimally invasive techniques allow better ways for the surgeon to access the spine.
For those back and neck pain sufferers who have exhausted nonsurgical treatment options, spine surgery may be the next step in resolving a spine problem. Because spine surgery is a serious decision, it is a good idea to obtain a second opinion.