When any pain keeps you from doing what you love to do, you may learn to adjust your lifestyle or even how you approach everyday activities, but missing out on what matters most takes a toll. With spinal injuries and conditions, you might be suffering from more extreme symptoms that gradually worsen over time or appear all at once, making the loss even greater. That’s why we offer the highly specialized, expert care you need at Neurosurgery at the Bone and Joint Center to get the relief, rest, and freedom you deserve.
Neurosurgery at the Bone and Joint Center is the region’s premier comprehensive center of excellence for spine treatment, providing both surgical and nonsurgical care for trauma, tumors, congenital disorders, and other deformities and degenerative conditions of the neck, spine, skull, and brain. With expertly trained providers dedicated solely to the unique needs of spinal and neurological patients, you can rest assured that you or your loved one is in expert hands under our care.
We use the latest technology to bring our patients the highest quality care, and we listen carefully and provide a meticulous neurological exam to determine the best treatment option for your specific symptoms, anatomy, and lifestyle, which may or may not include surgery.
Specialized treatments include:
- Cervical Artificial Disk Replacement Using Mobi-C
- Coflex (An Interspinous Device for Spinal Stenosis)
- Minimally Invasive Techniques
If you or your loved one is suffering from back, neck, or nerve-related pain that’s limiting activity, choices, or lifestyle, we are the experts that can help. At Neurosurgery at the Bone and Joint Center, our primary goal is helping you return to your healthy, active lifestyle. To consult with our neurosurgeon for a customized treatment plan, please request an appointment online, or call 603-577-2399.
Foundation Medical Partners is a member of the New Hampshire Accountable Care Partners Accountable Care Organization. NH Accountable Care Partners ACO is a joint venture among four hospitals and ACO professionals. The ACO consists of more than 965 healthcare providers employed by Concord Hospital, Elliot Hospital, Southern New Hampshire Medical Center, or Wentworth Douglass Hospital who coordinate the health care of more than 30,000 Medicare Fee-for-Service beneficiaries in our combined service area. Click here to learn more.