Baptist Health Spine Center
For the person with back and neck pain, the journey through treatment can be agonizing. The patient often has to travel to one office for a physician visit, to another office for X-ray, then to another office for therapy, etc. If they are referred to outside specialists for non-surgical treatment options — such as a spinal injection — the patient often has to explain again their symptoms and medical history to a new physician.
All of this fragmentation prolongs the treatment process, creates duplication of effort, increases healthcare costs — and frustrates the person who is already suffering from back or neck pain.
Baptist Health Spine Center in Little Rock, Arkansas assembles under one roof the expertise of neurosurgeons and non-surgical spine physicians, and a team of spine therapists, with an internal injection suite and a diagnostic center with X-ray and MRI all within the same building.
|Andrew Gunter Cain, MD||Pain Medicine, Anesthesiology||Request an appointment|