Neurosurgery One Blog

Denver Neurosurgeons Expand Non-Surgical Spine Care Treatments

Posted by NeurosurgeryOne on May 31, 2019 5:00:03 PM

NeurosurgeryOne, Denver’s most comprehensive brain and spine care practice, has expanded its non-surgical and pain management spine services by adding physiatry services. Physiatry is the use of non-surgical treatments aimed at restoring function, reducing pain, and improving quality of life for patients.

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Topics: back pain, Denver spine surgeon, pain medications, spine specialist, injections for back pain, expert spine neurosurgeon, nonsurgical spine treatment

South Denver Neurosurgery expands services throughout Denver

Posted by Adair Prall, MD on Aug 22, 2018 9:20:00 AM

South Denver Neurosurgery has developed an outstanding reputation among consumers and referring physicians for our high standard of neurosurgery care over the past 15 years. Since its inception, South Denver Neurosurgery has become one of the most experienced and comprehensive neurosurgery practices in Colorado. Our neurosurgeons specialize in spine surgery, brain tumors, aneurysms, trauma, trigeminal neuralgia, epilepsy, and DBS for Parkinson’s disease and essential tremor. We also believe strongly in being an advocate for our patients in an increasingly complex health care environment and offering them the full complement of cranial and spinal procedures, so they can obtain the treatment that best suits their condition, health, and personal goals.

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Topics: Denver spine surgeon, denver spine surgery, spine specialist, neurosurgeon

For pain caused by nerve damage, see a neurosurgeon

Posted by NeurosurgeryOne on Aug 7, 2018 2:00:00 PM

For pain caused by nerve damage, see a neurosurgeon

If you’re bothered by chronic pain in your arms or legs, you’ve probably thought a lot about how to get rid of that pain. You might have wondered what caused it. But you may not have considered that the cause of your pain may offer clues about the best way to relieve your pain.

For example, if your pain is caused by a tight or pulled muscle, or osteoarthritis, your primary care physician or an orthopedic specialist, such as an orthopedic spine surgeon, may well be able to treat and resolve your pain.

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Topics: back pain, neck pain, spine specialist, neurosurgeon