At Progressive Spine & Orthopaedics, one of our primary goals is helping each patient understand his or her condition. We know that spinal conditions can be complex and require many different kinds of treatments, which is why we want to ensure that you understand all of your options beyond the medical jargon and confusing terms. This is because the decision to undergo spinal surgery is a serious one, and we want to ensure that you have all the tools you need before you make the decision. Dr. Rovner will provide you with all the information you need about your diagnosis and the relevant symptoms, as well as the risks and benefits of each treatment option, including surgery, so that you can make an informed decision.

We Provide the Highest Level of Surgical Care

If you do opt for a spinal surgery, you are in good hands with Dr. Rovner. Dr. Rovner is skilled in performing safe spine surgery that prevents as many complications as possible. Additionally, Dr. Rovner believes in minimizing surgical trauma with surgery that is as minimally invasive as possible. He will use these minimally invasive techniques wherever possible to result in a faster and less painful recovery after surgery. Dr. Rovner specializes in outpatient spinal surgery which allows patients to safely be discharged on the same day of surgery and recover in the comfort of their homes.

Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion

This procedure is done to remove herniated discs from your neck and replace them with bone grafts. This procedure will also fuse the bone grafts to the spine to relieve pressure on the spinal nerves that was caused by cervical disc herniation or degenerative disc disease. This will relieve neck pain and permanently relieve the pressure on the cervical spinal nerves.

Cervical Disc Replacement

A modern alternative to anterior cervical discectomy and fusion, cervical disc replacement will replace damaged discs with artificial ones to help you maintain neck mobility after surgery. This also may prevent degeneration of adjacent discs and need for further surgery in the future.

Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy

If have a herniated disc or discs pinching the nerves in your lower back, a minimally invasive discectomy will relieve the pressure on the nerves and improve radiating leg pain (sciatica).

Lumbar Laminectomy

This procedure will remove excess bony material that has resulted in the narrowing of the spinal canal over the course of several years, also relieving pressure on the spinal nerves.

Lumbar Spinal Fusion

This surgery will join bone grafts with vertebrae, using titanium rods and screws as well as bone grafts. This process will relieve pain and increase spinal stability. This procedure is most often used to treat spondylolisthesis, scoliosis,, and degenerative disc disease.

Revision Spine Surgery

If the original spinal surgery did not heal properly or resulted in complications, a revision spine surgery can be specifically tailored to you problem to improve your pain.