At UVA, our spine specialists devise a treatment plan tailored to your needs. Many of our treatments don’t require surgery. If you do need surgery, we offer a full range of options, from minimally invasive outpatient surgery procedures to complex spinal reconstruction.
UVA Spine Center combines the strengths of neurosurgery, orthopedics, and rehabilitation medicine to provide patients with advanced, carefully coordinated care. This allows us to communicate effectively with one another, with you and your referring physician, ensuring that everyone is informed and able to make the best possible decisions.
Nationally Recognized Care
Our spine surgery services are rated as "high performing" by U.S. News & World Report. That puts our spine surgery care among the best 10% in the nation.
Conditions We Treat
Spine Center at UVA
We offer comprehensive care for simple to highly complex spinal disorders. Our back and neck specialists are experts in the field, and will develop a care plan specific to you or your family member's needs. View transcript.
Your provider may recommend spine surgery when other treatment options, such as medications or physical therapy, don't provide adequate relief of back pain, neck pain or other symptoms.
UVA also offers minimally invasive spine surgery. You may be a candidate for minimally invasive spine surgery if you have:
- Herniated disc
- Spinal stenosis
- Degenerative spinal disease
- Spine deformity
- Spine fracture
- Spine infection
- Spine tumor
Treatment for Spinal Deformities at UVA
Our spine care specialists treat spine deformities such as:
- Kyphosis (curved spine)
Our entire care team will work with you and your referring physician to come up with a treatment plan that is tailored to your individual needs.
How Much Does Spine Surgery Cost?
Get a general idea of what you'll have to pay: Use calculators, see price lists, or ask for a personalized estimate.
If You Do Need Spine Surgery
At UVA we perform over 1,500 procedures a year. Our spine specialists have extensive training and experience in procedures, especially in minimally invasive procedures, such as microendoscopic decompression or fusion.