Qualifying Questions for a Second Opinion for Spine Surgery
Undergoing spine surgery is a big decision that must be undertaken with great care. Only very specific conditions benefit from spine surgery. A common reason that some patients experience a poor outcome following spinal surgery is when they have surgery for the wrong reason or undergo the wrong procedure. Getting a second opinion from our experienced surgeons who are conservative when it comes to surgery can help protect you from a poor outcome or give you the confidence that your are doing the right thing.
Our surgeons will take the time that you need to explain your treatment options so that you can make an informed decision about surgery. We have found that some patients have been told that they need cervical fusion surgery when a disc replacement procedure is a better option that preserves normal neck motion and allows for a quicker recovery. Other times, minimally invasive techniques can be used to avoid lumbar fusion surgery or allow it to be done it in a way that is less destructive to the surrounding tissues. Getting a second opinion from our surgeons is well worth the time and effort! Patients living in the nearby area can receive quality care without visiting our office. NJSS proudly offers telehealth services for patients living in the surrounding area. By utilizing telemedicine technologies, patients with back pain can access NJSS experts using a smartphone, desktop, laptop, or tablet. Telemedicine is convenient, easy, and gives patients an “in-office” experience without leaving home or the office.
Receive a Second Opinion for Spine Surgery Today!
If you have you been told that you need spinal surgery by an Orthopaedic Surgeon, Neurosurgeon, or Pain Management specialist, then you may qualify for a FREE MRI Review with The New Jersey Spine Specialists by answering and submitting the form below.
Once our office has reviewed the information that you have provided to us, a patient advocate will call you to let you know whether or not you have qualified, and if so, at that time you may schedule an appointment to meet with one of our physicians.
Our office will only accept the fully completed forms below to determine whether or not you qualify for this promotion. Any patient making phone calls to our office regarding this promotion and possible qualification will be asked to complete this form and submit it electronically.
Do you need a second opinion for a recent back-related injury? Advanced spine care is only a video phone call away. By using a smart phone, desktop, or any device with a camera and microphone, patients will have real‐time, two‐way communication with board-certified spine surgeons via secure remote virtual sessions. Dial (908) 608-9619 and schedule an appointment with one of our spine specialists.