It can be a panic-inducing scenario: pain in your back, causing you to feel incapacitated – maybe even helpless. The sudden pain came out of nowhere and you’re worried it could be something very serious. Your first reaction might be to panic. Some might jump to conclusions and fear the worst about the pain. However,
Dr. Phillips talks about new innovative technology offered at Nebraska Spine Hospital including the O-Arm. For more spine tips and information like us on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/NESpineHospital
The spine hospital has been a great addition to our community and to our region. The spine hospital has specialty nurses that make it great.
Nebraska Spine Hospital is proud to be named by Becker’s Hospital Review as an organization included in the “100 hospitals and health systems with great neurosurgery and spine programs” in 2015. According to Becker’s Hospital Review:
“The organizations on this year’s list are remarkable leaders in neurosciences, providing treatment for patients with various brain and spine conditions.”
This list is developed for inclusion based on national rankings and awards from multiple organizations and institutions including: The U.S.
Dr. Fuller states:
“Patients have full and busy lives and they can’t waste a lot of time sitting in examining rooms, sitting in waiting rooms, waiting for appointments, hoping to be seen soon, all the while suffering. We want to be able to take care of these patients immediately and responsively.
Nebraska Spine Hospital has been named to the “100 Hospitals With Great Neurosurgery and Spine Programs” list by Becker’s Hospital Review.
Nebraska Spine Hospital is featured on this list because of the national recognition the hospital has received from several reputable sources and because the physicians and clinicians at Nebraska Spine Hospital are skilled at providing the highest level of surgical spine care.
Dr. John Hain is a board certified and fellowship trained neurosurgeon. Take a look at this video to learn more about his background and what let him to neurosurgery and spine.
A disc herniates when the outer portion of the disc ruptures and some of the softer disc nucleus material squeezes out. When a herniated disc is bulging out of position it can push on spinal nerves and cause severe, shooting pain, numbness and/or weakness.
Nebraska Spine Hospital is proud to have the only O-arm system in Nebraska dedicated only to spine. The O-arm imaging system provides real-time, three dimensional surgical imaging with a level of detail that ensures precision hardware placement, resulting in reduced time in surgery and better patient outcomes.
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Nebraska Spine Hospital’s very own Dr. Eric Phillips has issued the Ice Bucket Challenge to his partners to raise awareness and funds for ALS. Dr. Phillips is committed to raising awareness and funds to defeat ALS because he wants to honor the memory his brother who died of the disease.