Patient Brochures

These brochures will help you understand more about general conditions of the spine, information about surgical treatments and provide information on what to expect from surgery.

This brochure will help you understand more about:
•Anatomy of the spine
•Information about scoliosis

This brochure will help you understand more about:
•Anatomy of the spine
•Information about scoliosis

A minimally invasive treatment for vertebral compression fractures

This brochure will help you understand more about:
• Information about surgical treatment of the cervical spine

This brochure will help you understand more about:
• Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion (ALIF)

This brochure will help you understand more about:
• Cervical laminoplasty

This brochure will help you understand more about:
• General Spine Anatomy
• Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
• ExcelsiusGPS

This brochure will help you understand more about:
• MIS LLIF surgical technique

This brochure will help you understand more about:
• Anatomy of the spine
• Common conditions of the cervical spine
• Posterior cervical fusion surgery

This brochure will help you understand more about:
• Anatomy of the Spine
• Treating Spinal Conditions
• Postoperative Expectations

This brochure will help you understand more about:
• General conditions of the sacroiliac joint
• SI-LOK® Sacroiliac Joint Fusion System

This brochure provides you with information about a treatment
option for your arm pain and/or neurologic symptoms (such as weakness or
numbness).


Disclaimer:
The material on this website is intended to be an educational resource only and is not meant to be a warranty or to replace a conversation between a patient and their physician or member of their health care team. Please consult a physician for a complete list of indications, contraindications, precautions, warnings, clinical results and other important medical information that pertains to this procedure. The decision to receive medical treatment is individualized to the patient and the patient’s symptoms. The information presented on this site may not apply to your condition, treatment or its outcome, as surgical techniques vary and complications can occur. It is important to discuss the viability of any surgical procedure with a physician to decide the right treatment option.