Orthopaedic Spine

Video: Jonathan Carmouche, M.D. of Carilion Clinic Orthopaedics discusses what scoliosis is and how it can be treated.

Back and neck pain is the second most common reason for patients seeking medical care. At Carilion Clinic, we understand how this can affect your daily life, and we're proud to have some of the top orthopaedic spine specialists with you every step of the way. Our physicians work collaboratively with other specialists to provide an individualized treatment plan for each patient.

We ensure that patients with chronic pain in, or an injury to, the neck, back, or spine get the care they need so they can live the life they want, without limitations or discomfort. And, if surgery becomes necessary, we invest in the most advanced technology to offer minimally invasive options so you can recover faster and more comfortably. We perform approximately 300 minimally invasive spine operations per year, including revision surgeries, decompression, spine fusions and deformity correction operations. In addition to minimally invasive spine surgery, we perform procedures ranging from disc replacements to complicated pediatric and adult scoliosis and spine deformity reconstructions.