Spine Trauma Surgery at Garnet Health
If you or a loved one has sustained a traumatic spine injury in a car crash, fall or any other type of accident, set your mind at ease knowing you’re in the good hands of Garnet Health’s spine trauma surgery experts. The knowledgeable neurosurgeons on our team have extensive experience in performing a wide range of spine trauma procedures and will treat you with the care and compassion you deserve.
Why Would You Need Spine Trauma Surgery?
Spine trauma surgery is often used to treat traumatic injuries to the spine or spinal cord, such as:
- Disc herniations
- Spinal cord injuries
- Spinal dislocations
- Spinal hematomas
- Vertebral fractures
What Does the Procedure Involve?
There are numerous types of spine trauma surgery; the procedure most appropriate for you will depend on your specific injury. No matter what type of surgery you require, you can rest easy knowing that all Garnet Health neurosurgeons have trained at Level 1 trauma centers. This elite experience provides the knowledge and experience necessary to provide trauma surgery services to individuals who come to our Emergency Department for immediate treatment.
What Does Recovery From Spine Trauma Surgery Involve?
Recovery will vary from one patient to another, in large part depending on the type of spine trauma surgery performed. We perform many spine surgeries using minimally invasive techniques. If the best choice for your care, this approach offers numerous advantages over traditional open surgery, including:
- A lower risk of complications
- Less pain
- A shorter, easier recovery
Our experienced team will let you know what you can expect during your recovery. We’ll also provide helpful information about our advanced inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services.
Garnet Health offers spine trauma surgery for patients in Orange County, Sullivan County and nearby communities.
Level II Adult Trauma Center
Garnet Health Medical Center is verified as a Level II Adult Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons (ACS).
We have emergency rooms located in Middletown, Harris and Callicoon. In an emergency situation, please remember to call 9-1-1.Get Directions
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