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Care for Your Back and Spine

Living with back pain or a spine deformity can make daily activities uncomfortable or impossible. When rest and exercise or stretching alone won’t take care of nagging, disruptive or potentially dangerous back pain, our North Central location offers advanced robotic treatment options for your spine.

Michael's Spinal Fusion Surgery Story

Watch the story of Michael Borders' experience with Transformational Lumbar Interbody Fusion (TLIF) that helped him feel great again.

Robotically Assisted Surgery for Spine

At Baptist Health System, we know how intrusive back pain can be. That’s why we provide treatment options aimed at restoring your quality of life and minimizing time spent recovering. When rest, exercise and other conservative treatments alone won’t take care of nagging, disruptive or potentially dangerous back pain, we offer several surgical options, including robotic-assisted surgery at North Central Baptist Hospital.

Potential Benefits of Robotic-Assisted Surgery

Our robotic, minimally invasive technology is beneficial in that it can reduce the use of and exposure to radiation and fluoroscopy, enhancing safety. This technology offers greater accuracy than traditional open surgery and is able to make smaller incisions while helping to reduce risks and recovery time to get you back to your daily routine, faster. This technology allows the surgeon to plan placement of spine hardware prior to surgery, minimizing human error and potentially improving your outcome.

Learn More

For more information about robotic-assisted spine surgery, call us at (866) 309-2873. We’re here to help.

Jenna's Scoliosis Story

Jenna Guzman was an active 13-year-old, playing softball, taking piano lessons and studying hard. Last year, while Jenna was trying on a dress, her mom noticed that one shoulder was higher than the other. Jenna was diagnosed with scoliosis, an abnormal curvature of the spine. For eight months, she wore a brace, but when it failed to prevent the curve from growing, Dr. Koeck, a pediatric orthopedic surgeon and spine specialist, recommended surgery. Now Jenna is back on the softball field, performing better than ever.

Thinking back on the surgery, Jenna says, “It’s really a good decision, and it really helps your back. I like that I’m taller! I was about 5’3” and now I’m about 5’6. It makes a big difference.”

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