If you suffer from neck or back pain, determining the cause of the problem and who to see for care is the first step to recovery. Spine Care at The Midwest Neuroscience Institute at Menorah Medical Center can take the confusion out of these important decisions.
The spine program at The Midwest Neuroscience Institute at Menorah Medical Center is unique in that it has developed a patient wellness plan that it combines group activity and high clinical standards to prepare patients, both mentally and physically, for a full recovery. From pre-operative teaching to post-operative exercise, The Spine Center team guides you through your treatment program all in one convenient location.
To schedule an appointment with a spine care physician, call (913) 498-7365.
There are many causes of neck and back pain. It is essential to determine the exact cause of the pain in order to obtain the best possible diagnosis and treatment plan. At The Spine Center at The Midwest Neuroscience Institute at Menorah Medical Center we commonly see patients who need treatment for the following conditions:
- Back Pain (acute and chronic)
- Compression Fractures
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Disc Herniation
- Extremity Pain
- Motor Vehicle Accident Related Injuries
- Myofascial Pain
- Neck Pain
- Spinal Stenosis
- Work Related Injuries
Whether you have a recent injury, unresolved pain or simply want a second opinion, The Spine Center at The Midwest Neuroscience Institute at Menorah Medical Center is designed to be a convenient resource for you. We are staffed by experts who specialize in the care of patients with back or neck pain.
As a new patient, you will be thoroughly evaluated by a spine specialist who arranges any diagnostic tests you may need and consults with your personal physician and members of our multi-disciplinary team to create an appropriate and effective treatment plan just for you. Every aspect of your diagnostic and treatment plan is coordinated by our Spine Care Team so you get the care you need, when you need it.
We believe educated patients feel more in control and are more likely to have a successful recovery, so we make sure you understand all your options and explain your treatment plan step-by-step. Then we guide your progress, keep your care on track and get you on the road to recovery.