UM Spine Network surgeons treat all causes of pain or weakness in the neck and back, including injuries, degenerative conditions and spinal deformities.

  • Degenerative disc disease – Changes occurring to spinal discs with age
  • Disc herniation – When a disc between spinal bones pushes out
  • Kyphosis – Forward rounding of the back and neck
  • Myelopathy – Injury to spinal cord due to severe compression
  • Pediatric Scoliosis – Spine curves sideways or rotates in children
  • Sciatica – Back and leg pain with an inability to ambulate caused by compression of the lumbar nerves
  • Adult onset Scoliosis – Sideways curve of the spine as a result of severe arthritic degenerative changes to the spine
  • Spinal fractures – Break in a spinal bone, often caused by trauma
  • Spinal stenosis – Narrowing of the spinal canal
  • Spinal tumors – Growth that develops on spinal bones or in spinal canal
  • Spondylolisthesis – A bone in the back slides forward over the bone below

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