SpineNevada takes a comprehensive approach to spine care, the center of excellence has fellowship-trained nonsurgical spine specialists working alongside fellowship-trained spine neurosurgeons and spine specialized physical therapists. These spine experts combine their expertise to develop the most appropriate treatment for each individual patient.
Patient education is an important focus of our spine center. As a free community service, SpineNevada mails out Home Remedy Books to residents in Nevada and Northern California.Read More
SpineNevada is currently seeing new patients in our Reno, Sparks and Carson City offices, no referral is necessary. To set up an appointment, contact us at 775-348-8800 or toll-free at 877-497-0076.Read More
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SpineNevada is a regional center of excellence for back and neck conditions based in Northern Nevada with offices in Reno, Sparks and Carson City.
Our Mission: Help our patients to return to active lives, through compassionate, evidence-based spine care, including non-surgical treatment options and the most technologically advanced minimally invasive surgical techniques.
One of the only ways to permanently treat your back is to make it stronger, more flexible and more resistant to injury. Our physical therapists help patients learn special movements that will help make that happen. Our number one goal is to help you return to your everyday activities without back or neck pain. If surgery is necessary, regardless of the type of spine condition you have, the neurosurgeons at SpineNevada Minimally Invasive Spine Institute can help.
For conditions that involve nerve root compression, spinal stenosis, or disc bulge, pain is more often felt when the patient is standing or in a weight-bearing position than when lying down.
The MRI selected by SpineNevada is the G-Scan Brio by Esaote and is specifically designed to offer the highest level of examination of musculoskeletal conditions. InMotion MRI has been awarded a three-year term of accreditation in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as the result of a recent review by the American College of Radiology (ACR).Read More
Linda began having spine problems after a car accident. The pain was a mild, dull ache in her back at first, but soon it began radiating down her leg. She noticed that certain activities such as twisting, bending, lifting and turning would make her symptoms worse. After trying conservative treatments, Linda was referred to Dr. James Lynch at SpineNevada. "One of the best things about my recovery was that I didn’t miss a season of skiing at Mt. Rose," Linda remembers. Read more.
"I owe my career to Dr. Lynch. If it wasn't for his brilliance as a spinal specialist, I would have been unable to perform my duties as an active duty Marine. There is no way for me to possibly write enough words to express my gratitude for Dr. Lynch and his entire staff at Spine Nevada. He will always have my utmost love and respect." Read more.
“I was really impressed with the amount of time Dr. Lynch spent with me. We discussed in detail the minimally invasive spine surgery that would treat my condition. I felt most comfortable with Dr. Lynch’s surgery recommendation and chose him to be my spine surgeon,” Greg says.“I feel great now — no more pain — wish I’d had the minimally invasive surgery at Spine Nevada earlier,” Greg exclaims. “I struggled off and on with the sciatica pain for nearly two years.” Read and watch more.