Complex Spinal Reconstruction
Complex spinal reconstructive surgery may be necessary to treat patients with major spinal deformities when nonsurgical methods have been exhausted.
Complex spinal reconstructive surgery may be an option for patients with the most severe and complex cases of scoliosis or other significant spinal deformities. The goal of complex spinal reconstruction is to correct the abnormal curvature of the spine. With the understanding that each case is unique, our spine care surgeons work closely with each patient to develop a treatment approach that meets his or her individual needs.
The Spine Care team at Brigham Health is highly skilled in complex spinal reconstruction, and our surgeons have vast experience in handling even the most challenging cases. Since recovery can be longer than with other types of spine surgeries, our surgeons work closely with our nurses, physical therapists, and occupational therapists to optimize recovery and get patients back to normal activities as soon as possible.
Brigham Health offers our complex spinal reconstruction patients: