Find out how a spine surgeon from San Jose Orthopedic Center can help you.

By contacting a spine surgeon for your back pain issues, you can be sure that you are receiving care from an industry professional who specializes in the type of care that you need.

By seeking care from an orthopedic doctor who specializes in spinal issues, you are receiving care from an expert who has been focused on developments in the spinal surgery field.


If you are suffering from problems of the spine, whether through congenital deformity, disease, or injuries received in a traumatic accident, you deserve to have access to the finest orthopedic spine surgeons available. By making use of modern surgical techniques and the latest in medical technology, an orthopedic spine surgeon can cure or greatly minimize the pain and suffering that comes with spinal deformities or injuries.

Professional Medical Treatment For Spinal Deformities

When it comes to treating deformities of the spine, such as scoliosis, kyphosis, spondylolisthesis, or other painful conditions, you owe it to yourself to seek out a surgeon who can perform corrective procedures using only the latest and most innovative techniques. These conditions and others can be treated with far less invasive surgical techniques than in years past, with a significantly higher rate of success and a substantially reduced period of recovery.

Excellent Results for Patients, Old And New

Our staff of highly trained and experienced orthopedic spine surgeons can make use of the latest surgical techniques in order to correct the spines of patients who may have suffered from previous failed procedures. No matter how complex and foreboding your issues may be, we can achieve a substantial improvement or, in many cases, a full correction.


If this will be your very first spinal surgery, we can offer you an experience that may very well correct all of your issues without having to endure any follow up procedures in the future. You can commit your case to the capable hands of our team of highly trained and qualified surgeons.

First Class Treatment for Disc Degeneration

One of the most common spinal ailments is disc degeneration. This is a condition that can lead to severe pain, numbness, reduced flexibility, and loss of mobility. It can also cause a compression of the spinal cord, leading to further medical issues that, if left untreated, can quickly become severe.

If the fluid in your discs has drained away due to the natural process of aging, or in the aftermath of a serious injury, our capable team of surgeons can correct the problem through a number of surgical and non-surgical procedures. One of the most promising of these procedures is disc replacement surgery, in which your slipped or degenerated disc is removed and replaced with a brand new artificial disc.

Quick Relief for Spinal Trauma

If you have sustained a serious spinal cord injury, there may be damage to this area that is adversely affecting the delivery of messages between your brain and the rest of your body. This type of injury could not only result in partial or complete paralysis, but can also adversely affect other functions of the body, particularly with regard to your bladder and bowels. Our team of highly trained professionals can quickly repair a spinal fracture or other form of trauma related injury, and get you back on your feet in no time.

Expert Spine Rehabilitation Care

In the immediate aftermath of spinal surgery, you’ll need first class rehabilitation treatment in order to speed your transition back to full mobility. We offer inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation programs that are designed to ease the after effects of the surgery and address any lingering issues you may still have.

The main priority of our intensive post-surgical rehabilitation program is to help you regain full mobility, or as much mobility as is possible, depending on the severity of your trauma. By placing our primary focus on getting you up and moving again, we can help you reclaim a maximum level of comfort and independence. Our rehabilitation program can also help with other related issues that can occur in the wake of a severe spinal injury, such as sexual dysfunction, pressure ulcers, and bladder irregularities.


Effective Treatment for Spinal Disc Herniation

Herniation of the spinal disc can occur in any part of your spine. The most common spinal disc herniation injuries occur in the neck or lower back, although injuries can also occur in the middle of your back. If basic nonsurgical procedures, such as a course of bed rest or non-steroidal medication, don’t improve your condition, surgery will be required.

In some cases, particularly when the spinal cord has become significantly compressed, a type of surgery, known as minimally invasive discectomy, can be performed in order to correct the issue. Depending on the severity of your spinal disc herniation, your recovery time will be remarkably swift. If previous attempts to correct the problem have failed, our team of experienced surgeons have a remarkably high success rate when it comes to finally resolving such issues.

It’s Time to Repair Your Spinal Injury

If you are ready to end your pain and suffering, the time to seek professional treatment for your spinal deformity or injury is now. The sooner you receive the proper medical treatment for your spinal issues, the sooner you will be able to reclaim your health, mobility, and independence. You don’t have to spend the rest of your life suffering from pain, numbness, and drastically reduced mobility. Contact us today to learn what we can do for you.

We can schedule you for an initial consultation and diagnosis, where an experienced spine surgeon will work with you to determine the source of your issue and then determine the best possible course of treatment. At our office, we place an emphasis on treating the whole patient.

This means that we will never suggest a surgical procedure that only covers your symptoms. Instead, we select treatment options for you that will improve your overall quality of life. Call us today to find out more and to ask about our treatment options.