If chronic back pain is keeping you from living life to the fullest, it’s time to get help. We offer a range of innovative treatments for spine injuries, spinal tumors, and degenerative conditions.
Our Approach to Spine Care
Our spine experts offer non-surgical and surgical treatments for back and neck conditions to help you return to a life with less pain. We use advanced diagnostic tools to assess spine conditions to develop a personalized treatment plan centered around your well-being.
Types of Spine Conditions We Treat
The experts at Kettering Health treat a wide range of common and complex spine conditions, including the following:
- Bone spurs
- Compression fractures
- Herniated or bulging discs
- Scoliosis and other spinal curvatures
- Spinal stenosis
- Spinal tumors
How We Diagnose Spine Conditions
We use the latest diagnostic technology to assess your spine condition. We may recommend
- CT scan
- Electromyography (EMG)
Back and Neck Pain Treatments
Non-surgical Spine Management
Most people with spine conditions find relief with conservative (non-surgical) treatments. At Kettering Health, our spine care team includes two pain management specialists. They can create a customized treatment plan that may include the following:
- Epidural steroid injections
- Nerve blocks
- Pain medication
- Pain pumps
- Physical therapy
Surgical Spine Care
If your symptoms don’t improve with conservative treatments, it may be time to consider surgery. We specialize in a range of spine procedures, many of which are minimally invasive.
Our team includes fellowship-trained spine surgeons with extensive experience in
- Discectomy: removal of an intervertebral disc
- Kyphoplasty: repair of fractured vertebrae
- Laminectomy: removal of the back part of a vertebra
- Spinal fusion: permanent fusion of two vertebrae together
Kettering Medical Center (will be Kettering Health Main Campus) was the first hospital in the Midwest to use Brainlab Cirq® robotic arm for spine surgery.
The surgeon-controlled robotic arm provides excellent accuracy for drilling and hardware placement. These benefits often lead to better surgical outcomes.