Back and Spine Surgery in IL
The thought of surgery can be quite intimidating. Luckily, back and spine surgery is typically considered only when other options have been exhausted. In many cases, the back and spine can be rehabilitated without the need for surgery. Pain management, physical therapy and other treatments, such as those implemented at IBJI’s Back to Life Clinic, can help to restore full functionality and relieve pain in the majority of patients. When surgery is necessary, IBJI is equipped with highly-trained staff and surgeons, up-to-date technologies, and the most comfortable facilities to guide you through the process with ease. IBJI has 20 locations in and around greater Chicago, IL for ultimate convenience. Find the office nearest you to begin your path to recovery.
Am I a Candidate for Back Surgery?
The latest diagnostic techniques and technologies are used to help decide the necessity for surgery including X-ray Radiography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT), myelography and discography. When surgery has been recommended, specialists at IBJI will work closely with you to provide the best care possible. IBJI surgeons and staff are committed to practicing minimally invasive techniques whenever possible, making surgery and recovery time faster and safer.
Back and Spine Surgical Treatments and Conditions
IBJI deals with a wide range of ailments of the back and spine. Below are common conditions addressed and affiliated surgeries.
- Degenerative disk disease
- Bone spurs
- Tumors of the spine
- Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Spinal fractures
- Spinal stenosis
- Spinal Fusion
- Joint fusion surgery (arthrodesis)
- Discoscopic Disectomy
- Spinal Disc Replacement
- Percutaneous vertebroplasty
- Lumbar Disc Microsurgery
- Endoscopic Surgery
Hip and Knee Arthroscopy, Hip and Knee Replacement, and Outpatient Joint Replacement
Arthroscopic Surgery, Joint Replacement, Outpatient Joint Replacement, and Sports Medicine
Foot & Ankle, Arthritis/Cartiva Implant, Bunionectomy/Forefoot Reconstruction, and Sports Injury/Arthroscopy
Electrodiagnostic Medicine (EMG/NCV), Non-Operative Orthopedics, and Spine -- Non-Surgical
Non-Operative Orthopedics, Pain Management, and Spine (SI Joint, Epidural Injections, Spinal Cord Stim)
Arthroscopic Surgery, Cartilage Restoration, Complex Knee Reconstruction, and Sports Medicine
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