Spine Surgery at Beaumont

The future of back pain treatment is here at Beaumont.

From outpatient, minimally invasive spine surgery to complex spine deformity correction, the future of back pain treatment is here today at Beaumont. Our comprehensive approach to pain includes the expertise of both neurosurgeons and orthopedic spine surgeons who are skilled in the latest cutting-edge treatments. 

Thanks to advances in spinal surgery techniques and technology, many patients now return to their normal activities quicker than ever before.

Our spine specialists help you manage acute and chronic spinal disorders and provide a full range of treatments. They will help you choose the best approach for your unique situation after a thorough evaluation and compassionate consultation.

Our program offers both comprehensive surgical and the latest non-surgical options for a complete and targeted approach for each individual patient.


Leading Spine Care Team and Advanced Surgical Options

Beaumont, Royal Oak is among the top-ranked hospitals in the country for orthopedics, neurology and neurosurgery, according to U.S. News and World Report. That excellence extends across our network.

Leading spine care team

Our team includes board-certified orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons, as well as rehabilitation professionals. Many Beaumont spine surgeons are leaders in their field. Their innovative research and clinical trials expand the boundaries of spine surgery, with the latest options always available to you.

Advanced surgical options

We offer the latest procedures, such as artificial disc replacement—an alternative to spinal fusion that maintains range of motion. We use minimally invasive techniques whenever possible, with a goal of getting you home sooner and back to the activities you enjoy.

Beaumont back pain specialists help determine the cause of your discomfort, then work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan to provide relief.

Pain relief injections

We can administer targeted injections, such as facet and nerve root blocks and epidural steroid injections, that are carefully planned for each patient’s specific source of pain.

Therapy and rehabilitation

Back pain specialists and doctors specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation can refer you to a physical therapist, aquatic therapist, exercise physiologist or posture specialist.

Surgical Options for Spinal Treatment


Advanced technology adjuncts

Depending on your diagnosis and the surgical intervention you need, your spine surgeon may choose to utilize state-of-the-art technologies to safely address your condition and perform your surgery.

  • endoscopic surgery
  • intraoperative imaging including intraoperative CT scanning
  • navigation-guided technology
  • robotic surgery

Patient Stories

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