HOW ARE WE REVOLUTIONIZING SPINE SURGERY?
Today, both neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons specialize on spine work, but with a different focus. At Beverly Hills Spine Surgery, our combined orthopedic and neurosurgical group means patients benefit from the best of both worlds. If you need surgery, the surgeon you meet with is with you from start to finish—we do not use medical students, residents or interns. This ensures we have the lowest complication rate possible and that you get the gold glove treatment you deserve.
Our surgeons and staff have experience and can approach any spine condition, whether minor or major, virgin or previous failed surgery syndrome. This experience combined with access to the latest technology makes our group an example of the finest that spine surgery can offer.
As a practice, spine surgery is evolving into a multi-disciplinary approach. No longer can orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons individually claim spine as their own specialty. Our combined model means patients benefit from the best of both specialties for the best possible results.
Most practices use trainees such as medical students and medical assistants to assist in surgery. This can increase the risk of complications. At Beverly Hills Spine Surgery, your surgeon is the only one involved in your surgery. If there is a need for an assistant surgeon, only another Board-Certified or Board-Eligible Spine Surgeon will be used.
We offer concierge service to all our patients and give 24/7 access to our surgeons. Your surgeon will personally examine you before surgery, do the entire surgical operation, personally see you in the post-op setting, and be there for you at 2am in the morning if you have a problem! Ultimately, the physician-patient relationship is what determines the best outcome. We strive to provide a personalized and attentive experience for every patient.
Unless there is a surgical emergency, we always recommend a three-month time period of non-operative options—making sure that our patients exhaust every option before going under the knife.
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