At Medicus Spine & Joint, our team of chiropractic, interventional pain management, regenerative medicine, and orthopedic surgery experts use the latest techniques and technology to improve care for people with musculoskeletal problems. From diagnosis through treatment, Medicus Spine & Joint physicians, at offices in Florida,Georgia, and South Carolina, are at the forefront employing advanced technologies in the best interest of their patients.
Our goal is to get our patients back to doing what they love, pain free as quickly and effectively as possible. Our chiropractors treat soft tissue injuries common in sports, overuse, and accidents in addition to providing preventive maintenance care to reduce the risk of injury. In the case of an injury with chronic pain, our orthopedic surgeons and pain management doctors are here to help.
Our goal is to relieve, reduce, or manage pain and improve our patient's overall quality of life through minimally invasive techniques specifically designed to diagnose and treat painful conditions. We also strive to help our patients return to their everyday activities quickly and without heavy reliance on medications. Our Doctors are leaders in their field of expertise.
Our goal is not only to provide operative and nonoperative treatments, but also to educate our patients so they fully understand the nature of their condition and the potential outcomes of the different treatment options available. Our Doctors are experts at performing complex, cervical, and minimally invasive spinal surgeries that alleviate pain and restore function for a variety of spinal conditions.We treat most spinal conditions that need surgery with minimally invasive approaches.
Our goal for regenerative medicine is to improve the daily wellbeing of our patients with debilitating chronic diseases by developing a new generation of therapies that go beyond treating symptoms. Our Doctors use regenerative medicine treatments to help their patients address their pain and limited mobility caused by joint-related injuries in the knee, hip, and shoulder and spine.