It is the mission of Orthopaedics Northeast to provide compassionate orthopedic and related healthcare services in a reassuring environment that improve patient comfort and restore mobility, enhancing the patient’s overall well being.
Meet Our Doctors
If you suffer from back or neck pain, you know firsthand how it can keep you from enjoying life to the fullest. Spinal injury or degeneration may even prevent you from doing daily activities at work or at home and limit your independence.
SpineONE is northeast Indiana’s leading spine treatment center dedicated to improving your health and quality of life. Our board-certified and fellowship-trained physicians specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of all types of spinal disorders, including scoliosis, degenerative diseases of the spine, disc herniation, tumors, occupational injuries and more. SpineONE offers a comprehensive treatment program that ranges from conservative pain management to advanced surgical procedures such as eXtreme Lateral Interbody Fusion (XLIF).
If you have pain in your back or neck – or tingling and numbness in your arms or legs – call SpineONE today. We’re here to help relieve your pain and restore your mobility.
At SpineONE, our team of board-certified physicians, physical therapists, patient educators and anesthesiologists are experienced in all types of spinal problems. Here is a brief list of the many conditions we routinely diagnose and treat:
Cervical & lumbar disc herniation
Degenerative disc disease
Scoliosis (curvature of the spine)
Spinal trauma (fractures and dislocations)
Most low back pain is not serious and can be treated safely and effectively by non-surgical methods. Depending on your condition, you may be referred to the SpineONE Center for Pain Management, which specializes in non-surgical treatments and rehabilitation.
Some conditions do not respond to non-surgical treatment. Surgical procedures may be indicated to relieve irritation or compression of the spinal nerves. The surgeon may remove part of the bony vertebrae (laminectomy/laminotomy), part of the damaged disc (discectomy) or both. For patients with instability, a fusion may be performed. Some surgical procedures can be performed in a minimally invasive way to help decrease trauma to the muscles during surgery. To learn more about this technique or approach please watch the video below.
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If you have specific questions about a test or surgery ordered by an ONE provider, talk with our scheduling staff.
You can request a refill on your prescriptions by visiting our patient portal website.