If you were referred to a spine surgeon, you might assume you would be in for a major operation, complete with a large incision and a long recovery. But major surgery is only one of the treatments you might receive at The Spine Hospital at the Neurological Institute of New York. You could be a candidate for nonsurgical treatment. And if you do need surgery, your surgeon may be able to manage it with minimally invasive techniques.
Dr. Alfred Ogden is an expert in minimally invasive spine surgery, and he has many different tools he uses to find just the right treatment for each patient.
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