All Spine Specialists Articles

Signs It’s Time to Find a New Spine Specialist

It’s important to recognize when your relationship with your spine specialist isn’t serving your best interests.

Chiropractic Education and Practice

All chiropractors must have passed national and state licensing boards before establishing a private practice.

Spine Specialist Center

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

Choosing a Doctor Who Treats Neck and Back Pain

Information about many types of doctors and practitioners, including an overview of their education and training.

Physiatrists Help Patients Manage Neck and Back Pain

Physiatrists are medical doctors who specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation, PM&R. Physiatry involves evaluating and treating spine pain and musculoskeletal disorders using non-surgical treatments, such as medicines, physical therapy and exercise to help the patient achieve maximum functional ability.

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.

Does My Spine Doctor Suffer Burnout?

Physician burnout is found among spine specialists and linked to reduced quality of patient care and safety.

Why They Chose Spine Surgery and Patients Who Inspire Them

Why 12 doctors became spine surgeons and their patients who inspire them every day.

Privacy-Protected Medicare Cards Hitting Mailboxes Soon

Your spine specialist and/or back pain doctor’s office may ask to see your new Medicare card designed to protect you from fraud and identity theft.

Boutique Spine Care for Patients with Back Problems

Here, Dr. Richard Guyer, a spine surgeon talks about his boutique spine practice.

Physician Assistants and Spine Patient Care

Find out how and why Physician Assistants are integral to ensuring quality patient care.
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