Get Back to Your Life
Tell your back, neck or joint pain you’re making other plans.
You want to be flexible again. To be able to reach, bend and get around like you used to. You’re tired of pain interfering with your life and you’re ready to regain your mobility and freedom. If you’re fed up with chronic back, neck or joint pain, Indiana University Health La Porte Hospital can help.
Our nationally ranked back, neck and joint specialists offer expert care and minimally invasive surgery options to help you get rid of your pain for good. And our unique partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine gives us access to the latest research and clinical trials. So you can look forward to less pain, and get back to doing what you love.
Back & Neck
With something as important as back or neck surgery, you want a team of spinal specialists with the expertise and experience to handle even the most complex conditions. Neurosurgeons at IU Health La Porte go through extensive training to understand the extreme complexity of how the bones, nerves and muscles work together. And many of them are fellowship-trained, which indicates they have received advanced training in this specialty area. This expertise—coupled with the latest surgical tools, imaging technologies and navigation systems at IU Health La Porte—means you can be confident you’ll receive the most sophisticated care in the state.
- Bulging and herniated discs
- Spinal tumors
- Degenerative spinal conditions
- Spinal cord injuries
Don’t let stiff knees and hips prevent you from thoroughly enjoying life. The joint replacement specialists at IU Health La Porte Orthopedics and Sports Medicine use leading-edge therapies and the latest innovative treatment options to speed recovery times and reduce pain. Our experienced orthopedic surgeons are fellowship-trained, and we offer the full continuum of care – from preparation to surgery to continued support through rehabilitation. Rest easy knowing our dedicated physicians have performed thousands of procedures to get people moving again.
Conditions treated include:
- Inflammatory and rheumatoid arthritis
- Avascular necrosis
- Injuries or tumors
- Congenital conditions such as dysplasia and impingement