Multidisciplinary Spine Care

Brigham and Women's Spine Center

Access Center

The Brigham and Women's Spine Center has a dedicated access center poised to schedule appointments across the various disciplines associated with spine care (neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, pain management, physical medicine and rehabilitation). To request an appointment or make a referral to the Brigham and Women's Spine Center, please call one of the numbers below.

Request an Appointment: Spine Access Center Phone: 877-777-2134

Refer a Patient: 1-800-MD-TO-BWH (1-800-638-6294) or fax 617-525-5954. View a list of referral options.

Experts in Diagnosing and Treating Spine Disorders

Wherever you are in your care journey, Brigham and Women's multidisciplinary spine care team is committed to providing safe, expert spine care, both in-person and virtually. Our care team will work with you to schedule the right visit for you.

As a patient here, you can expect:

  • Access to compassionate care from a multidisciplinary team of experts in neurosurgery, orthopedics, physiatry (physical medicine and rehabilitation), pain management, and physical therapy
  • A conservative treatment approach in which surgery is recommended only after nonsurgical options have been exhausted
  • Nationally recognized spine surgeons who are skilled in the latest technology and innovative surgical approaches, including minimally invasive methods
  • Advanced care informed by our cutting-edge research in spine disorders, injuries, and treatments and our extensive experience in managing complex cases

What We Treat

Brigham and Women’s spine care includes multidisciplinary treatment for spine conditions due to back pain, disease or injury, including:

Our Team and Locations

In this video, Melvin C. Makhni, MD MBA Orthopedic Director of Complex Spine Surgery, and Hasan A. Zaidi, MD, Co-Director, Adult Spinal Deformity and Scoliosis Program, explain the collaboration between orthopedic surgery and neurosurgery spine services and advanced treatment options for patients with adult degenerative scoliosis.

Learn more about Brigham and Women's Hospital

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