Back doctors in Brandon, Florida
The Spine Center at Brandon Regional Hospital is dedicated to getting you back to a healthy, active lifestyle. Our world-class staff uses advanced technology and minimally invasive procedures to diagnose and carefully treat a variety of spine conditions. The spine surgeons at The Spine Center offer state-of-the art surgical procedures including robot-assisted surgery.
To learn more about our spine care services, please call our Consult-A-Nurse® team at (813) 653-1065.
Features of The Spine Center
The Spine Center offers:
- A dedicated spine unit
- Physicians trained at nationally recognized facilities, with over 30 years of combined experience
- Specialty-certified nurses
- Same-day surgery
- Minimally invasive and robotic spine surgery
Spine conditions we treat
Our back doctors diagnose and treat many conditions relating to the neck, spine and back including:
- Low back pain
- Neck fracture, sprain or chronic pain
- Sacral nerve root cyst (a cyst caused by inflammation of the nerve root)
- Sacral stress fracture (a small break of a bone at the base of the spine)
- Sacroiliac joint pain (pain beneath the spine and the hip)
- Saddle back (degenerative disc disease)
- Sciatica (back pain caused by issues with the sciatic nerve
- Slipped disc
- Spinal nerve roots, compression
- Spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spaces in the spine, causing pressure on the spine)
- Spondylolisthesis (slipping of vertebra in the spine caused by a fracture or crack in the vertebra)
- Spondylolysis (fracture in the vertebra)
- Spondylolysis of the sacrum (slipping forward of the vertebral bone)
Spine surgery options
Our team of orthopedic experts can determine the best option to treat your condition. We offer advanced surgical options, including minimally invasive spine surgery options .
Minimally invasive spine surgery
Minimally invasive spine surgery, also referred to as endoscopic back surgery, does not require a large incision. The surgeon manipulates the endoscope and specialized surgical instruments. The surgeon views the surgical site on a display screen to maximize precision during the procedure.
Conditions that may be treated by minimally invasive surgery include:
- Abnormality corrections, such as for scoliosis
- Decompression of spinal tumors
- Repair and stabilization of vertebral compression fractures
- Repair of herniated discs
- Spinal fusion, which is often performed on degenerative discs
Robotic spine surgery
Our highly skilled surgeons use robotic surgical technology to perform minimally invasive back surgery with extreme precision.
Smaller incisions usually pose a challenge to surgeons due to the limited view of the anatomy. Robotic spine surgery uses 3D, comprehensive surgical plans and analytics to provide information before the surgery even starts. This results in greater precision, efficiency and confidence.