Our Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Spine Center experts use advanced techniques to diagnose and treat your back and neck conditions. Although nonsurgical treatment options can be very effective, we also offer a range of minimally invasive and open surgeries that treat a variety of spine conditions.

Our Spine Center team of specialists includes neurosurgeons, pain management doctors, physical and occupational therapists and many others. Our surgeons meet together frequently to discuss whether patients are candidates for surgery and the best proposed healing approach, so patients get the advantage of receiving several expert opinions.

Additionally, Davie Medical Center has been recognized as the top 10% in the country for Back Surgery (Spinal Fusion) by U.S News & World Report. 

Surgical Options

If nonsurgical treatments aren’t providing adequate relief from the symptoms or pain related to your spine condition, or if your condition is worsening, you may be a candidate for spine surgery. Depending on your condition, our spine specialists can offer various surgical options to address your individual problem. Our neurosurgeons perform:

  • Disc replacements, spinal fusion, and laminectomies to correct spine problems
  • Spinal cord stimulation and other procedures to relieve pain
  • Procedures to remove spine cancer tumors or lesions
  • Decompression surgeries to relieve pain and pressure from pinched nerves

Whenever possible we use the least-invasive surgical techniques, so you recover quicker, experience less post-operative pain and fewer complications, and have smaller incisions. We’ll find the solution that’s best for you based on your activity goals, surgical preferences, and pain level. Spine surgeries may be performed at Davie Medical Center or Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.

Ask the Expert: Back Pain and Spine Surgery

Jonathan Wilson, MD, of Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist, explains the expert care you'll receive for back pain to help you get back on your feet and back to your active lifestyle.