Yes, it certainly can.
We have special instruments and a variety of techniques we can use to treat sensitive conditions like osteoporosis.
Our specific evaluations help determine how we can best help you, regardless of condition.
Often, when people have a significant single area of concern in their backs, they they tend to forget the importance of maintaining the health of the rest of their spine.
Surgeries commonly add stress and promote nearby tissue deterioration that should be managed proactively. One of the most common reasons for additional surgeries is mismanagement or non-management of the effects of the first surgery. We can help treat the segments of your spine surrounding the surgically treated area, so it stays strong from top to bottom.