You will be cared for by our team, working under the direction and supervision of our physician:
Our advanced practice provider, Matthew Bishop, CRNP, works with Dr. Rainey to assist him during surgery and office hours. Matthew also sees patients for pre- and postoperative care and new patient appointments.
To request an appointment, call 1-866-874-7483 or click here.
To determine the cause of your back pain, your doctor will ask about your symptoms and conduct a physical examination. Depending on the nature of your pain, you may undergo X-rays or other diagnostic tests, such as a CT scan (computed tomography), an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) or an EMG (electromyogram).
After your doctor determines the source of your back pain, he or she will develop a treatment plan designed to help reduce pain and improve mobility. There is a wide range of treatment options for back and neck pain, ranging from conservative measures to surgical intervention.
Most acute back pain is resolved without treatment. However, you should seek treatment when: