Duke spine doctors use advanced technologies to diagnose and treat your spine condition. Often, nonsurgical treatments are effective in treating back pain and getting you back to the activities you enjoy. When spine doctors identify something physically wrong with your anatomy -- a spinal deformity, bulging disc, or spine fracture -- spine surgery may be necessary.
Duke spine and back pain clinics are located in Durham, Raleigh, Apex, and Knightdale.
Why Choose Duke
Nonsurgical and Surgical Options
We offer medications, many types of back injections, nerve blocks, physical therapy, and manual manipulation. We also specialize in spinal cord stimulation, a procedure that relieves pain by surgically placing electrodes on your spinal cord. Our spine surgeons perform disc replacement to relieve pain, complex reconstructive surgeries for scoliosis, procedures to remove delicate spinal cancer lesions, and more.
High-Volume Spine Center
Our skill and experience come from the number of patients we treat: Our surgical team performs more than 1,200 spine surgeries every year.
Whenever possible, we use minimally invasive techniques -- also known as laser surgery -- so you recover faster and experience less pain and fewer complications.
As members of the Scoliosis Research Society, North American Spine Society, and Cervical Spine Research Society, our board-certified spine surgeons stay up-to-date on the latest technologies and advances in treating your spinal injury or condition. This results in safe, effective procedures that reduce complications to your crucial but delicate spine and spinal cord.