Ohio State is a leader in providing comprehensive care for back and spine problems.

No two people are exactly the same, and this is especially true when it comes to back pain. At the Comprehensive Spine Center, our specialists go far beyond routine to provide safe and effective care to treat even the most complex back and spine problems.

Using precise, next-generation spine modeling techniques, our expert multidisciplinary teams are able to test numerous personalized treatments and surgical approaches before ever stepping into an operating room.

Multidisciplinary Team

You will have insights and expertise of an entire clinical team:

  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians
  • Neurosurgeons
  • Orthopedic surgeons
  • Neurologists
  • Pain specialists and anesthesiologists
  • Physical therapists
  • Radiologists
  • Psychologists
  • Nurse practitioners

One Location

The Comprehensive Spine Center has multiple specialists, diagnostic tools and treatment options in one center within CarePoint East to care for your spine.

Services and treatments available at the Comprehensive Spine Center

Dr. Albert Timperman discusses the care you will receive at Ohio State.

Getting Started

We will schedule you an appointment with an Ohio State specialist who treats the full spectrum of spine disorders. 

It would be helpful to bring any information about your current medical records, test results or scans to your appointment. Some of our back and spine experts require a referral from your primary care physician. Give us a call and we will let you know if this is necessary. 

Schedule your appointment today by calling 614-293-2225

Spine Conditions

Spine Conditions

Lumbar and Thoracic Instability We offer multiple treatment options for instability of the spine.

For instability of the spine, a general term for abnormal movement between vertebrae, we can explore nonoperative options, such as physical therapy and medication, as well as surgery when needed.

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Spinal Surgery Complications Our team works together with you to formulate an individualized treatment plan.

If you’re experiencing ongoing pain from an unsuccessful surgery for back pain, or a “failed spinal surgery,” we can explore newer treatment options. The cause of failed spinal surgery may include:

  • Post-surgical complications
  • Recurrence of original cause
  • Nerve root compression or irritation
  • Scar tissue
  • Nerve damage or abnormal regeneration
  • Improper, inadequate or incomplete rehabilitation
 

Thoracic Spinal Stenosis We determine the source of your pain, accurately diagnose the severity of your condition and choose the least-invasive treatment.

After diagnosing you with a physical exam and imaging tests, we can offer medication, physical therapy, braces and/or surgery to relieve pressure and pain from thoracic spinal stenosis, a rare degenerative condition in which the spinal canal is narrowed in the upper middle back.

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