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Spinal Care

Comprehensive care for back, neck and spine issues

To provide the best possible care and results, our brings together the expertise of multiple specialties to collaboratively treat all spine issues, ranging from common to complex. This multidisciplinary approach to spine care means our team of specialists combine their expertise to develop the best treatment plan for you. It also eliminates multiple referrals, delayed care and confusion.

Who is part of the spinal care team?

Our spinal care team is a collaboration among experts in a wide variety of fields, including physical medicine & rehabilitation, physical therapy, occupational therapy, interventional pain management and neurosurgery.

How do I receive spinal care at St. Luke’s?

Patients who need this specialized care will be referred by their primary care provider. After we have received your referral, a dedicated nurse navigator triages it to the appropriate specialty provider within our team. You will meet with this provider, and they will work closely with you to establish a treatment plan. Typically, patients begin with more conservative treatment approaches, like physical therapy and activity modification.

Your progress will be followed by your provider to determine appropriate next steps in your treatment plan. You may complete your treatment program within the original specialty clinic, or you may be referred to one of our other specialty clinics for further evaluation and treatment.

What spinal care services does St. Luke's offer?

Our services include:

  • Back and neck injury evaluation and management
  • Spinal fusion surgery
  • Chronic pain management
  • Spinal stenosis treatment
  • Dedicated physiatry programs
  • Spine decompression surgery
  • Herniated disc surgery
  • Spine total disc replacement
  • Interventional pain management treatment
  • Spine decompression surgery
  • Minimally invasive spine surgery
  • Spondylolisthesis treatment
  • Scoliosis and deformity surgery
  • Treatment for spine tumors and trauma conditions

Referral required for this service. If you need one, talk to your primary care provider.

To establish care with a St. Luke’s primary care provider, call 218.249.4000 or find a clinic near you.