There are many causes of back pain, but most back pain is caused by lack of flexibility, poor core muscle strength, and poor posture. We have a specialized group of professionals ready to assist with your particular need. Our team members include:
Michael Brown, M.D., oversees the medical care of the program and gives leadership and direction to Colorado Spine Care.
RN Program Coordinator
Triages each call, navigates patient to the right place for care, advocates for patients needs, and communicates with each team member as needed to make each patient’s contact with Colorado Spine Care a success.
May be the first provider you see if you have not had a work-up prior to visiting our office. Our Physician Assistant has many years of experience in treating back, neck and spine conditions and will work with the rest of our team, as necessary, to get you started on the road to recovery.
Our experienced psychologist specializes in chronic and acute pain management and helps patients work through the emotional, social, and physical aspects of pain, and provides patient with the tools to self-manage pain and improve level of function. This professional may also help prepare patients for surgical procedures to improve outcomes of surgery long-term.
Our highly trained therapists have many years of experience and specialize in the spine. They are able to treat all spine concerns with various therapies including manual therapy and dry needling.
These physicians specialize in physical medicine and are non-surgical experts that treat all back conditions. Some of these physicians do injections to the spine or muscles to help decrease pain symptoms.
Pain Management Physicians
These are also non-surgical experts that may use medications along with different types of injections and/or procedures to help decrease pain and make it possible to improve daily function and lifestyle.
We have both board certified neurosurgeons and orthopedic spine surgeons in our program. They utilizes surgical approaches ranging from microscopy and minimally-invasive surgeries to open traditional surgical procedures to improve function and decrease pain in patients after all conservative treatment has been unsuccessful.