St.Vincent Spine Center
St.Vincent Indianapolis Hospital has
been awarded The Joint Commission Accreditation for spine injuries.
A Joint Commission accreditation is recognized nationally as a
symbol of quality and performance.
The St.Vincent Spine Center includes all private inpatient rooms, the
most advanced surgical technology, cutting-edge radiology services, and
the state's most respected physicians and medical professionals who are
dedicated to providing compassionate spine care.
Dedicated Spine Center
Spine Center is dedicated to offering the latest and most effective
treatments for spine disorders to give patients of all ages the best
Our new state-of-the-art Spine Center combines leading experts in
nonoperative/minimally invasive treatment, orthopedic and neurological
spine surgery with cutting-edge technology to offer you the best
treatment for returning to the activities you enjoy as quickly as
If a spine injury or disorder is leaving you in pain and unable to do the things you love, let us help.
Common Spine Disorders
The Center offers treatment for a wide range of spine disorders:
- Degenerative disc disease
- Herniated disc
- Spinal fractures
- Spinal stenosis
- Medical low back pain
St.Vincent is a leader in artificial disc replacement, image navigation and cutting-edge instrumentation.
The Latest Treatments for the Best Results
Our experienced and board-certified spine surgeons actively
participate in education and research activities to bring the best in
the treatment of spine disorders to our patients. The result is often
better, quicker healing for you.
The spine surgeons at the Center have many “firsts” to their credit, including:
- First in the world to perform artificial lumbar disc replacement
- First in North America to perform artificial cervical disc replacement
- First in country to use the O-Arm imaging device that provides
precise imaging in delicate spine surgeries, allowing the surgeon to
operate more efficiently and effectively.
- First in Indiana to use the x-stop device. This technology allows
patients who cannot tolerate general anesthesia to receive treatment for
pinched nerves under local anesthesia.
Other surgical procedures offered include:
- Spinal fusion
- Artificial Cervical Disc Replacement
- Interbody cage fusion