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Frequently Asked Question's

What types of spine surgeries do you specialize in?

  • We specialize in a wide range of spine surgeries, including spinal fusion, disc replacement, decompression surgeries, carpal tunnel release, cubital tunnel release, and minimally invasive procedures. Our team of experienced surgeons is skilled in addressing various spinal conditions.

What is the success rate of spine surgeries performed at your center?

  • Our center has a high success rate, and we prioritize patient outcomes. However, individual success may vary based on specific medical conditions. During the consultation, our surgeons will provide personalized information about expected outcomes.

What are the potential risks and complications associated with the surgery?

  • Like any surgery, spine procedures carry inherent risks. Our surgeons will thoroughly discuss potential risks and complications during the consultation, ensuring that patients are well-informed and can make educated decisions about their treatment.

What is the recovery process like, and how long does it typically take?

  • The recovery process varies depending on the type of surgery. Generally, patients can expect a period of rest and rehabilitation. Our team will provide a detailed post-operative care plan, and recovery times will be discussed based on individual cases.

What pre-operative and post-operative support services do you provide?

  • We offer comprehensive support services, including pre-operative consultations, educational resources, and post-operative care. Our team works closely with patients to provide physical therapy, rehabilitation programs, and follow-up appointments to ensure a smooth recovery.

What is the Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval®?

  • A nationally recognized distinction voluntarily earned by a select set of healthcare providers.
  • An organization that achieves The Gold Seal of Approval® shows its commitment to holding itself accountable to a high bar for quality and safety for those they serve.

How does an organization earn the Gold Seal of Approval® from The Joint Commission?

  • Specially trained health care professionals who are experts in their fields have visited this organization to assess their compliance to a rigorous set of Joint Commission performance standards. The standards focus on important patient, individual, or resident care and organization functions identified as essential to providing safe, high-quality care. The standards are developed with input from health care professionals, providers, subject matter experts, consumers, and government agencies.
  • During the review an organization is evaluated to determine if they have processes and systems in place to, for example:
    • Provide a safe environment for care
    • Educate patients about the risks and options for diagnosis and treatment
    • Protect patient rights, including privacy rights
    • Protect patients against infection
    • Plan for emergency situations
  • Upon demonstrating they have successfully met the full set of relevant performance standards for their setting of care, The Gold Seal of Approval will be awarded.

Who is the Joint Commission?

  • The Joint Commission is the nation’s leading and most widely recognized healthcare performance improvement organization. Our vision is that all people always experience the safest, highest quality, best-value health care across all settings. We do this by setting quality standards, evaluating an organization’s performance, and providing an educative experience designed to foster continuous improvement. Today we’ve grown to accredit and certify more than 22,000 health care programs worldwide.

Do I need to download an app or create an account for the patient portal?

  • No. You’ll get a link from us via email or text and will be brought to a login screen. You can then log in with your name and date of birth. You can find more information on our patient portal by clicking here.