June 19, 2009
Other areas of
Osteoporosis: Prevent/Reverse It
Used at the Kraus Back and Neck Institute
Surgical Techniques Used at
the Kraus Back and Neck Institute
Philosophy of the Kraus Back and Neck Institute
RESULTS of Non-Surgical Approaches
at the Kraus Back and Neck Institute
At the Kraus Back and Neck Institute, we are constantly
reviewing our treatment protocols, and studying our data, and using what we
learn from our research, for the treatment of future patients.
Many of the patients we have treated, with non-surgical conservative care
approaches to pain in the low back and neck, have achieved a good deal of
improvement. Those who
do not get adequate relief of pain from conservative care, can be moved to the surgical arm of our
program. Since we conduct both non-surgical conservative care as well as surgical measures
in the treatment of back and neck pain, our patients are assured a seamless
continuum of care.
Below are examples of the types of diseases of the spine,
treated with non-surgical treatments at the Kraus Back and Neck Institute.
When surgery is needed, that option is available as well.