OACM Spine Surgeon Performs Restorative Surgery to Improve Neck and Back Function and Reduce Pain

OACM Spine Surgeon Performs Restorative Surgery to Improve Neck and Back Function and Reduce Pain

by Bevon Findley (SU)
For patients experiencing back or neck pain that cannot be relieved or controlled through pain management and rehabilitative techniques, spine surgery may be indicated to improve function and restore quality of life. “In many cases, when six to eight weeks of non-operative treatment has not yielded adequate improvement, surgical care is highly successful,” says Oren Blam, M.D., spine surgeon at Orthopaedic Associates of Central Maryland. Spine surgery at OACM can involve various techniques, from open surgery to minimally invasive and innovative procedures. Two of these surgical procedures include ACDF and lumbar laminectomy.