The truth is that short-term treatment options for spine and neck pain don't always work. If you struggle with chronic pain, you already know that you’re not living life to its fullest. Whether it's driving to and from repeated doctor's visits, physical therapy sessions and the pharmacy, or dealing with the negative side effects from new medications, we understand.
The team at Desert Spine & Neuroscience Institute wants to help you get your life back and enable you to enjoy birthdays, anniversaries, children and grandchildren, vacations and, in some cases, get back to work.
Our team includes board-certified, fellowship-trained:
Our specialized surgeons have been named "Top Doctors in America" and "America’s Top Surgeons," and a majority of our staff is affiliated with the Eisenhower Medical Center.
To learn more about Desert Spine & Neuroscience Institute, hear what some of our patients have to say about us.
For more information or to schedule a consultation with the team of specialists at Desert Spine & Neuroscience Institute, call us at (760) 346-8058 or use our online contact form and one of our dedicated staff members will call you with more information.
Desert Spine & Neuroscience Institute uses a multidisciplinary approach to treat many types of musculoskeletal, brain and spinal disorders. Our team of skilled physicians, nurses, and support staff look at every patient's individual health history and needs to assess the best treatment plan, which can range from minimally invasive to complex surgery. Using an evidence-based approach, our team will give you the best comprehensive care and individualized treatment possible.
Some of the conditions we treat include:
At Desert Spine & Neurosurgical Institute, we specialize in treatment of a variety of brain and spinal disorders including brain tumors, vascular disease, Parkinson’s disease, trigeminal neuralgia, acoustic neuroma, degenerative disc disease, osteoarthritis, stenosis, disc herniation, spinal fractures, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, tumors of the skull base and the pituitary gland, tumors of the spinal cord and the vertebrae, spinal deformity, adult scoliosis...