Spine, Neck & Back Pain Solutions
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Are you one of the 50 million people in the United States experiencing neck, spine or back pain?
Are everyday activities such as walking, shopping or work becoming difficult or unbearable?
At Reid Joint & Spine Center, we help people like you every day. Whether you have a long-standing or recent spine problem, our experts will evaluate, diagnose and treat your spine problem with skill, care and a sense of urgency.
Once you contact us, our physicians will provide a review or your condition within a few days and determine the appropriate treatment option for your condition.
How does it work?
Your road to recovery starts with contacting our Spine Intake Center:
You will talk to the intake specialist who will set up a time to obtain a detailed medical history and collect your recent diagnostic images and test results.
Your medical information is reviewed by a spine surgeon who determines if you need an immediate appointment, or if additional treatment or testing is required prior to a visit.
The nurse navigator will contact you and assist in setting up the prescribed care plan. You may be directed to receive care from one of our participating providers of spine care:
- Spine surgeon
- Orthopedic surgeon
- Pain management specialist
- Orthopedic physical therapists
The nurse navigator will follow up with you to ensure you understand your plan of care, know what to expect, and most importantly, make progress with every step on your road to recovery.
Coordinated personalized care
The nurse navigator will work with you to coordinate your care delivery and guide you through your recovery. This connection sets Reid’s program apart, assuring you that there is constant support.
Above all, we take pride in maintaining ongoing communication with you and your referring physician throughout your care.
What if I need surgery?
In the event you are one of the 15-20% of spine patients who require surgery, you can make this decision with confidence knowing you exhausted all other options. If surgery is necessary, the nurse navigator will introduce you to the inpatient nurse care coordinator who will be your personal guide and answer your questions about preparing for surgery and your hospital stay.
The key to successful surgery is preparation and education for you and your selected postoperative caregiver. You and your caregiver will receive a detailed guidebook and attend a preoperative training class that will help prepare you for your hospital stay and discharge.