State-of-the-Art Spine Surgery to Help Increase Activity Levels


Eventually, even the strongest back may need repair. We offer a highly respected and expert surgical team to guide you every step of the way from preparing for your spine surgery to recovery. Our team uses advanced technology, including image-guidance and minimally invasive surgical procedures, for precise care with smaller incisions and less tissue trauma than traditional open methods resulting in faster recovery.

Spine Surgery Can Help You Lead a Functional Life

Your board-certified orthopedic spine surgeons will discuss your spine diagnosis and available treatment options.

Together you will select the best treatment plan to achieve an active and functional life. Our team provides diagnosis and treatment for a range of back, neck and spine injuries and conditions, including:
  • Cervical myelopathy/spinal cord compression
  • Deformity (scoliosis/kyphosis)
  • Degenerative conditions of the spine
  • Disc herniations, lumbar and cervical
  • Revision surgery
  • Stenosis
  • Fractures


Multifaceted Surgical Team Provides the Highest Quality Care

Our outstanding surgical team is dedicated to providing evidence-based, highest quality care to every patient. Our multidisciplinary team is comprised of exceptional professionals, including:

  • Board-certified anesthesiologists
  • Board-certified spine surgeon
  • Physician assistants
  • OR registered nurses
  • Support personnel
  • Surgical technicians

Robotic-Assisted Surgery for Back Surgeries with 
the Globus ExcelsiusGPS® Robotic Navigation System

The Globus ExcelsiusGPS® Robotic Navigation system uses diagnostic images of the patient, that are displayed on a computer screen, to help guide surgeons in providing precise, minimally invasive procedures. The images help the surgeon create a surgical plan based on the patient’s individual anatomy and determine the size and placement of screws. The robotics and navigation reduce the length of procedures, improves accuracy and dramatically lowers the level of radiation exposure from fluoroscopy, which is good for the patient and the OR team. In addition, the smaller incisions mean less tissue damage and a shorter hospital stay.

For More Information About Spine Surgery

To learn more about spine surgery, please contact one of our team members at Skagit Regional Health at 360-814-2663. We can help you make an appointment with a spine specialist.