Laser Spine Institute serves patients from Athens, Ohio

Meet with a Laser Spine Institute doctor during a consultation at one of our regional surgery centers

Being able to engage in the activities you most enjoy becomes hard when you are living with a chronic neck or back condition. At Laser Spine Institute, we want to help you get back your quality of life. That’s why we offer consultations at our regional centers for patients from the Athens, Ohio, area. Our state-of-the-art surgery centers give Ohio patients the opportunity to discuss their spine conditions with a Laser Spine Institute physician and find out if our minimally invasive procedures are right for them. We also invite you to call us for a free MRI review.*


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What to expect during your consultation

When you meet one-on-one with an experienced physician at a Laser Spine Institute, we will need to gather some information from you in order to paint an accurate picture of your condition. Some of the questions you may need to answer include: What are your symptoms? When did they start? Where are they located? Do they worsen with certain activities? Do you have a personal or family history of spinal injuries or disease? What medications, if any, are you taking to help alleviate the pain? It is also required that you bring a copy of your latest MRI for review.


During our spine consultations you can expect:

If the doctor determines that you could be a candidate for one of the procedures performed by the spine surgeons at Laser Spine Institute

Once armed with this information, your spine physician will be able to determine the best course of action for relieving your neck or back pain. While many patients find that conservative therapies, such as physical therapy, certain medications and exercise (just to name a few), are successful, other patients may need surgery to relieve their symptoms. Unlike traditional open spine surgery, our advanced, minimally invasive outpatient procedures are often a clinically appropriate alternative, can be performed using a less than 1-inch incision and are associated with shorter recovery times.^


Call Laser Spine Institute to schedule your consultation today!