Spine Centre

The KIMS Neurosurgical Spine Center offers comprehensive non-surgical and surgical treatments for the full spectrum of spinal disorders. Our experts in spine care specialize in disorders including degenerative conditions of the spine, such as cervical or lumbar spinal stenosis, cervical or lumbar disc herniation, and scoliosis or adult deformity of the spine. We have specific expertise in the management of spinal cord and spinal column tumors and also treat spinal trauma and injuries to the spine.

Our approach to degenerative conditions of the spine may include minimally invasive surgery, traditional open and spinal fusion procedures, motion preservation/disc arthroplasty/replacement, or dynamic stabilization of the spine.

The neurosurgical team at the KIMS Neurosurgical Spine Center are fully integrated with the neurosurgical spine division, and therefore, our experts participate in cutting edge research.

Our collaborative team is comprised of well-renowned specialists. Neurosurgeons, neurologists, pain specialists, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians and therapists partner to develop a unique treatment plan individualized for each patient. We also participate in a joint program with orthopedic surgery, which allows a full spectrum of the most up-to-date approaches to spine care.

At KIMS, we are committed to offering the most advanced clinical and scientific expertise to our patients. The multi-disciplinary team of the Spine Center leads complex spinal reconstruction – from the removal of the most difficult of spinal cord, spinal column and sacral tumors, deformity correction, to multi-level fusion techniques for degenerative spinal disease. Additionally, with the assistance of advanced intraoperative monitoring during surgery, we are able to safely remove spinal tumors that were once believed to be impossible to remove.

Our team of

Expert Doctors


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