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Spine Specialist Center

The Spine Specialist Center can help you learn about different physicians and specialists who diagnose and treat neck and back pain.

Boutique Spine Care for Patients with Back Problems

Boutique medicine started in 1996, and the trend steadily continues as physicians and patients become increasingly dissatisfied with current health insurance options and existing practice models. Here, Dr. Richard Guyer, a spine surgeon talks about his boutique spine practice.

Orthopaedists, Spine Surgeons, and Neurosurgeons

What are the differences between orthopaedic surgeons, spine surgeons, and neurosurgeons in regard to the spine and spine care? Learn more here.

Physiatrists Help Patients Manage Neck and Back Pain

Both academic and clinical training are required to become a physiatrist.

Physician Assistants and Spine Patient Care

Physician Assistants work beside all types of doctors, including orthopaedic spine surgeons, neurosurgeons, and pain management specialists. Find out how and why PAs are integral to ensuring quality patient care.

Choosing a Doctor Who Treats Neck and Back Pain

What type of doctor or practitioner should you choose to diagnose and treat your back pain? Here is information about many types of doctors and practitioners, including an overview of their education and training.

Chiropractic Education and Practice

Chiropractors completes four academic years of education and training at a college of chiropractic. All chiropractors must have passed national and state licensing boards before establishing a private practice.