5 spine practices to know


Here are five spine centers to know:

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Battle Born Brain and Spine (Carson City, Nev.): Battle Born Brain and Spine is led by Sina Rajamand, DO. The practice specializes in minimally invasive spine surgery, but also provides services such as spinal fusions and artificial disc replacements.

Colorado Spine Partners (Englewood): Colorado Spine Partners includes four fellowship-trained orthopedic spine surgeons. Their expertise includes minimally invasive spine surgery, scoliosis surgery and total disc replacement. The practice also completes some of the most complex spine cases throughout the Denver area.

Nebraska Spine + Pain Center (Omaha): The Nebraska Spine + Pain Center was formed in 1963 and has six locations throughout the state. The practice has eight spine surgeons and neurosurgeons. 

OrthoIndy (Indianapolis): OrthoIndy was launched in 2005 originally as Indiana Orthopaedic Hospital, the first specialty hospital in central Indiana dedicated to bone, joint, spine and muscle care. The practice includes seven spine surgeons and is a 2020 recipient of Healthgrades' spinal fusion excellence award.

The Center for Musculoskeletal Disorders (Englewood, N.J.): The Center for Musculoskeletal Disorders is an integrated practice formed through the partnership of The Center for Pain Management, The Center for Spinal Disorders and The Center for Hand Disorders. The practice's spine surgeons include Jonathan Lewin, MD, and Vagmin Vora, MD.

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