The team is composed of highly trained specialists in neurosurgery, orthopedics and spine. The surgeons and providers bring a wealth of individual expertise and skill, and are innovative leaders in their field.
The neurosurgeons at Providence are highly-specialized physicians who treat patients with brain, spine or peripheral nerve disorders. They are experts in their field, dedicated to delivering compassionate, clinical care – from initial diagnosis to treatment and recovery – using the most advanced technology and surgical techniques.
Providence and Swedish Neuroscience Institute have partnered together to deliver the highest level of cranial and spinal care in Northwest Washington. This collaboration offers enhanced access to care through the resources and expertise of integrated medical and surgical teams. For patients, this allows for expanded clinical capabilities and access to a wider range of neurosciences and spine specialists and technologies.
The spine specialists at Providence Medical Group treat a full spectrum of spine disorders ranging from herniated discs and low back or neck pain, to more complex problems such as spinal tumors, scoliosis and spine fractures. Our expert team of neurological and orthopedic spine surgeons has treated thousands of patients from Snohomish County and beyond who’ve experienced back and neck pain.
It’s always our goal to take the least invasive, but most comprehensive approach to treating your condition. And, luckily, many spine problems are resolved without surgery. However, if you need surgery, rest assured knowing our surgeons are backed by the world-class team and state-of-the-art facilities of Providence Regional Medical Center.
The Stroke Center at Providence Regional is made up of a seasoned team of more than 60 stroke experts, providing 24/7 services to more stroke patients than any other hospital in Washington State. Providence Regional offers telestroke services in cooperation with the Swedish Telestroke System. This partnership ensures that patients who come to the Providence Emergency Department on nights and weekends with symptoms of potential or suspected stroke have immediate access to neurological experts.