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Spine Disorders

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Spine Disorders

Patients with spine disorders have access to all the latest research and technological advancements at Richmond University Medical Center. Treating the spinal cord and column is a complex science, but the neurosurgeons at the Richmond Brain and Spine Center have years of clinical experience. If you have a treatable spinal deformity, injury or degenerative illness, we can help restore mobility and minimize pain.

Types Of Spine Disorders

Treatment is available for most conditions affecting the spinal cord, nerve roots, intervertebral discs and vertebrae. Some may be the result of aging and degeneration, while others may be caused by an accident or disease. From the cervical region to the coccyx, here are some of the most common spine disorders seen at our Staten Island facility:

Herniated discs
Spinal stenosis
Cervical disc disease
Scoliosis
Spine and spinal cord tumors
Other spine-related illnesses, injuries and deformities

Treatment Options In NYC

In order to detect an issue with the spine, an MRI is usually used to give neurologists clear visual imaging of the spine’s anatomy. From there, a personalized treatment plan is developed specific to an individual’s spine condition, preferences and overall health. For some spine disorders, surgery may be required.

At Richmond University Medical Center, the latest innovative tools and techniques are employed. Advanced imaging, for example, helps neurosurgeons see exactly what’s going on while they work.

Schedule An Appointment

If you or a loved one has already been diagnosed with a spinal cord tumor, herniated disc or other spine disorder, get the treatment you need at Richmond University Medical Center. We’re conveniently located at 355 Bard Avenue in Staten Island, just north of Castleton Avenue. Simply contact a member of our team and let our dedicated neurosurgeons take care of the rest.