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Spine Care

Pain, numbness or tingling in your back, legs and arms can signal a problem in your spine. The spine specialists at the Abington Orthopedic & Spine Institute – Jefferson Health, a Philadelphia region leader in spine surgery and treatment, will help you gain relief.

Our neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons are highly skilled in the newest technological advances and procedures, including revolutionary techniques in minimally invasive spine care. You receive the most accurate diagnosis and best treatment for the spine, spinal cord and peripheral nerves. We are pleased to be the first site in the Delaware Valley to offer the a robotics guidance system.

Blue Distinction Center+ for Spine Surgery

We are honored to be named a Blue Distinction Center+ for Spine Surgery® by Independence Blue Cross.

Complete Spine Expertise

Our specialists excel at all spine procedures. They will discuss your options with you, from non-surgical treatment to minimally invasive methods and open surgery.

As an institutional participant in clinical trials (research studies), we help our patients gain access to new treatments before those therapies are widely available.

We understand how a spine condition can affect your quality of life, so we also focus on pain management and rehabilitation to help you recover and enjoy activities.

Melissa Bingham

Getting a Spinal Tumor Patient Back on the Road

"I had a tumor pressing on my spinal cord.” Meningiomas, the type of tumor on Melissa’s spine, occur in the membranes surrounding the spinal cord.

Read Melissa's Story

Edwin Axel

From Excruciating Pain to Normal Life

Laminectomy Patient Urges Others Not to Hesitate to Have Surgery if Needed

Read Edwin's Story

Learn from the Expert

Learn More About Spine Disorders

Learn about spine disorders from Victor W. Hsu, M.D., Orthopaedic Surgeon at Rothman Orthopaedics.

Learn More About Spine Disorders

Spine Wellness Webinar

Watch Jefferson Health’s Vickie and Jack Farber Institute for Neuroscience live, virtual Q&A session about back pain, spine conditions, new treatment options and the latest research.

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