Offered at One Location
Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin in Cedar Park, and Lakeway, and Austin, TX, offers a range of effective spine treatment options. Whether you require a back brace, steroid injections, or complex spine surgery, Dr. Robert Josey and Dr. Michael Moghimi will work to develop the best treatment plan for your orthopedic spine conditio
Noninvasive treatments can help you manage and treat your spinal condition either before our Austin, TX, surgeons recommend spine surgery or in conjunction with surgery.
Chronic back pain can affect your ability to perform even the simplest daily activities. If minimally invasive techniques haven't been able to relieve your chronic back pain, spine surgery may help.
At Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin, we offer comprehensive treatment of the spine and can design a personalized plan to treat your issues.
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From a Specialist
Our specialists offer a wide range of services, from conservative care to complex surgical procedures, allowing them to tailor your treatment to suit your unique needs and concerns.
Every surgeon at our practice is a board-certified specialist. Choosing to work with a specialist places you in the care of a surgeon who performs the surgery you need more regularly than a general orthopedic surgeon, giving them constant training to maintain and improve their craft. If you need spine surgery, Dr. Robert Josey and Dr. Michael Moghimi can create a personalized plan that works for your needs.
Meet Our Spine Specialists
We Offer Various Treatments
for Various Problems
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These Noninvasive Treatments
Our spine surgeons may prescribe anti-inflammatory drugs, analgesics, or other medications to help you manage your pain.
Epidural steroids or facet joint injections can be injected directly into the problem area to calm inflammation around the nerves.
A proper rehabilitation program is essential during recovery from a back injury or surgery.
Back and Neck Braces
External structural support in the form of braces may improve your spinal condition.
How We Diagnose Your Condition Using Advanced Technology
An ideal treatment begins with a prompt and precise diagnosis. When more than a physical exam is needed for diagnosis, the Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin can employ the following advanced diagnostic tests and radiological imaging technologies to determine whether a form of spine surgery at our Austin, TX, practice is appropriate.
- Bone Scan
- CT Scan
- Electromyogram (EMG)
- Facet Joint Block
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
- Spinal Tap
- Somatosensory Evoked Potential (SSEP)