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Leading Edge Spine Care

New advances in spine care have led to minimally invasive surgeries and better outcomes for patients. Dr. David Lowry discusses the latest robotic advancements in neurosurgery for back pain and a collaborative non-surgical “rehab first” treatment approach.

Stop Living with Back Pain…Start Living a Pain-Free Life of Mobility and Freedom.

Tired of back pain? Unsure of your treatment choices? Our minimally invasive cervical and lumbar spine surgery can get you back to a fully active and enjoyable life. We’ve helped hundreds of patients, young and old, with world-class surgical and non-surgical treatments.

David W. Lowry, MD is among the most qualified, experienced spine surgeons in the U.S. and have advanced the science of minimally invasive procedures that offer repair, reconstruction and anatomical corrective results.

Choose The Brain + Spine Center for:

  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Degenerative Disc
  • Pinched Nerve
  • Bulging Disc
  • Herniated Disc
  • Sciatica

Minimally Invasive Spine and Cervical Outcomes

We are committed to ongoing excellence of patient care, and we are one of 50 practices across the country that participates in the National Neurosurgery Quality and Outcomes Database or N2QOD. N2QOD tracks quality of care for the most common neurosurgical procedures.

By analyzing the N2QOD data, we continue to offer the best quality treatment to each patient with an expert team approach. Wellness is our top priority, and we are focused on getting you back to a pain-free lifestyle as quickly, and safely, as possible. You can see more of our most recent findings here.

A Minimally Invasive Approach to Back Surgery

Individuals with severe back pain due to decreased disc space or an unstable spine often feel restricted from living their best life. Without proper treatment, they may experience increased wear-and-tear and pain over time.

Patient Videos on Non-Invasive Spine and Neck Surgery

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