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Imagine a life without neck, back, joint, tendon, bursa or nerve pain. At the EvergreenHealth Neuroscience, Spine & Orthopedic Institute, we make this our goal for our patients.
Premier Center for Spine Care
We treat a variety of spine problems, including the most complex cases. Our care team works together and uses the latest advanced nonsurgical and, if needed, surgical options to help you get back to your busy life.
Our expert team includes fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons, physiatrists and pain injection specialists whose common goal is to help you heal as quickly and comfortably as possible.
We care for you every step of the way, from your first appointment through your follow-up care.Read More
The cause of back pain isn’t always obvious. That’s why our specialists investigate every possible reason for your pain, combining years of experience with in-depth evaluation and technologically advanced diagnostic testing. Uncovering the source of your pain is the start of the right treatment.Read More
Treatment for back pain doesn’t always mean surgery. In fact, only 5-10 percent of patients end up needing surgery. We explore a full range of conservative treatment options, including physical therapy, injections and pain management, to get you back to your normal activities.Read More
If you do need surgery, a minimally invasive procedure is most often the best approach. It offers smaller incisions, less pain and a faster recovery than traditional surgery. Our surgeons lead the way in performing minimally invasive procedures, so you can be confident you’re in good hands.Read More
So often we focus on picking our doctor, but the actual facility where you're treated can also make a difference in your care.
At the EvergreenHealth Neuroscience, Spine & Orthopedic Institute, the specialists involved in your treatment are located together.
Orthopedic spine surgeon Dr. Mark Freeborn explains why this means more collaboration for your care team and one-stop care for you.