Spine Treatment

At Banner Health, our experts take a non-surgical approach whenever possible. If non-surgical treatment, such as physical therapy and pain management, are not effective for your condition, you may need to consider surgical options. We will provide information about all treatment options available so you can make an informed decision with your specialist. Most people do not need spinal surgery, but if you do, Banner Health’s multidisciplinary team of experts is here to support you before, during and after surgery. It's a big decision that impacts your life on different levels. We make sure you understand your options and why. 

Non-Surgical Spine Treatment Options

Non-surgical spine treatments are the first route of treatments at Banner Health. We understand that offering alternatives to surgery can help ease any emotions you may have. We are here to help determine if non-surgical options are best for your spine condition or disorder. Non-surgical spine treatments include options such as pain management and physical therapy.

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Spine Surgery 

Learning you may need spine surgery can bring on a wide range of emotions. Our multidisciplinary team, including neurosurgeons and orthopedists, will discuss why surgery is the best route of treatment for your spine condition. We’re here to support you before, during and after your surgery, and throughout recovery.

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Spine Surgery Recovery

After your spine surgery, it’s time to rest and recover. Our team is here to help you have a successful recovery process to get you back to everyday activities. After surgery, your back will be stiff and sore, and it will be important to follow the dos and don’ts throughout recovery. Enlist your family and friends to help you during this time.

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Our comprehensive team of specialists is prepared to support you, no matter the route of treatment. Lean on us during your treatment and recovery time to help get you back to doing the things you love.