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The decision to undergo spinal surgery should never be taken lightly. Not only are there short-term surgical risks, but there are long-term risks, and spinal surgery today could lead to more spinal surgery in the future. Consequently, if you have been told you need surgery, always get a second opinion.
At Georgia Spine & Neurosurgery Center, patients who have been told they need surgery are given priority status and can generally be seen by one of our providers at one of our locations within a week. We do this because we feel many times, surgery is not the best option, and more conservative treatment options would be more appropriate. In situations where we do agree that surgery is appropriate, a better, more minimally invasive option is often available.
If you have been told you need surgery or if surgery has been scheduled, we urge you to consider a second opinion, with us or any other qualified spine surgeon.