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A Regional Destination Center for Back and Neck Pain.
Kenai Spine is a regional spine Center of Excellence that combines the expertise of a fellowship-trained spine surgeon (the highest level of medical education possible); a Mayo Clinic-trained specialist in non-surgical treatment options; and a spine therapist — all under one roof.
Kenai Spine is the only spine center in the State of Alaska to be included in Spine Center Network, an exclusive national listing of credentialed spine centers of excellence that emphasize non-surgical treatment options with fellowship-trained spine surgeons and non-surgical spine specialists.
Several weeks of recovery may be required for traditional “open” surgery as it may involve a three-inch long incision. New minimally invasive technology enables the Kenai Spine surgeon to reduce the size of the incision, which shortens time in the hospital and makes recovery faster and less painful.
The good news is that 80% of back and neck pain gets better on its own over time. And with Kenai Spine, only a small percentage of patients will ever need spine surgery. Isn’t that a relief? Within this site, you will find symptom charts, home remedies that relieve pain symptoms, and when you need to see a doctor. One of the key features that sets Kenai Spine apart from other clinics that treat back and neck pain is its spine-specialized therapy area.
There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.
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Fellowship-trained spine surgeon
Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon
Board Certified in PM&R
Board Certified in Pain Medicine