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Spine Care to Get You Back on Track

Back pain, particularly low back pain, is a common problem. In fact, most people will have some sort of back pain at some point in their lives.

Most back or neck pain isn’t serious and will go away on its own or with rest, over-the-counter pain medications and time. But if you have severe or persistent back pain, it may be a sign of a more serious condition.

Meet our back, neck and spine team

Back to Work on The Farm
A second opinion led Keith to neurosurgeon, Azam Basheer, M.D., to learn about an effective, minimally invasive procedure to surgically repair his issue.
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Surgical innovations allows Henry Ford Allegiance Health to provide patients the advantages of technology to enhance safety and outcomes, including shorter hospital stays and faster recovery times.

What does Henry Ford offer for back pain and spine care?

Henry Ford doctors combine experience and expertise to diagnose and treat a range of conditions related to the spine and back. Our physicians also provide management and services for conditions such as:

Our highly skilled neurosurgeons are experienced in the newest, safest and most effective technology for minimally invasive procedures, as well as with traditional open surgery. They will discuss all appropriate treatment choices with you, including non-surgical options, with the goal of achieving the best possible outcome and improving your quality of life.

Combining Surgical Skill with Advanced Technology

Henry Ford back, neck and spine surgeons combine their experience and expertise with the advantages of leading-edge technology to improve precision, safety and patient outcomes.

Our physicians use innovative technology that is revolutionizing minimally invasive spine surgery and optimizing patient care by combining the benefits of navigation and robotics into one technology. The technology is designed for use in spine, orthopedic and trauma-related surgeries. It provides real-time imaging of a patient’s anatomy during surgery with high-quality images and a large field of view in both two and three dimensions. The improved visualization allows surgeons to complete complex minimally invasive procedures and confirm surgical accuracy—including the precise placement of screws and rods—before the patient leaves the operating room.


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