Over the years, The Haider Spine Center has developed into a “Multidisciplinary Practice” offering a comprehensive approach to the treatment of spinal injuries, disorders, and back pain. Research has shown that by combining a variety of treatments and options, patients will have a more positive outcome than with just one method of treatment. A multidisciplinary approach includes treatment such as physical therapy, pain management, body mechanics/ergonomics, and various forms of exercise including complementary approaches like Pilates, yoga, or acupuncture. This approach to spinal care is at the core of The Haider Spine Center and the team of specialized physicians brought together in one convenient location for evaluation and treatment of the full range of spinal problems.

Conditions Treated

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We all work together to help our patients through recovery, providing the best possible care.

  • Neck/Low Back Sprain and Strain

    A neck sprain/strain is a stretched ligament or muscle in the neck.

  • Disc Herniation

    A condition in which the annulus fibrosus (outer portion) of the vertebral disc is torn, enabling the nucleus (inner portion) to herniate or extrude.

  • Spinal/Cervical Stenosis

    A narrowing of the spaces within your spine, which can put pressure on the nerves that travel through the spine.

  • Spondylolisthesis

    The condition in which one vertebral body is slipped forward over another.

  • Spondylosis

    A degenerative process affecting the vertebral disc and facet joints that develops gradually with age.

  • Cervical/Lumbar Radiculopathy

    A type of pain that radiates into the extremities directly along a spinal nerve root.

  • Adult/Pediatric Scoliosis

    A sideways curvature of the spine that occurs most commonly during the growth spurt just prior to puberty.

  • Spinal Fracture/Compression Fracture

    Most often caused by osteoporosis and may be the result of a trauma such as a fall or car accident.

  • Kyphosis

    An exaggerated curvature of the upper (thoracic) spine which creates a hunchback appearance.

  • Complex Failed Back Syndrome

    A condition distinguished by chronic pain following back surgeries.