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Conditions We Treat

Providing comprehensive treatment of all spine problems, from neck and back pain, to herniated discs and stenosis, to complex cases of scoliosis and failed back syndrome

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Offering wide spectrum of conservative treatments, from neck and back exercises to medication to pain-relieving spine injections

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Specializing in leading-edge surgical techniques, including microdiscectomy and other minimally invasive surgeries, spinal fusion, disc replacement and scoliosis correction

Why Choose Us

We’re specialists. Unlike general orthopaedics or neurosurgery practices, our office has only one focus – the spine, a very complex and important part of your anatomy. Our patients benefit from the concentrated expertise that our fellowship-trained physicians bring to each patient’s case. Spine & Scoliosis Specialists is the only medical practice in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina that focuses solely on spine care.

As a comprehensive, multidisciplinary center, we offer complete care of the spine, including both nonsurgical and surgical treatments. Our full-service office is designed to meet all of our patients’ needs conveniently in one place. Diagnostic tests (such as nerve studies and imaging studies), pain-relieving injections and physical therapy are all provided on-site at our office.

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Dr. Saullo is the best!!. He explained all the options with my messed up back. We tried the injection but could not get the injection in the...

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When my daughter was 12 she had spinal fusion surgery at CHOP in Philadelphia. This year at 17 she was experiencing pain in one shoulder and...

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