Spine disorder treatment in Trinity, Florida

Conditions or injuries affecting the spine can be painful and impact even your most basic abilities to function. The spine specialists at Medical Center of Trinity can help. They will apply their skills and expertise to your unique situation to improve your quality of life.

For more information about our spine care, please call our Consult-A-Nurse® team at (727) 834-5630.

Spine conditions we treat

Our orthopedic care and neurological teams offer a wide range of treatment options for spine injuries and disorders, such as:

  • Compression fractures of the vertebrae (bones that make up the spine)
  • Degenerative disk disease
  • Infection or tumors of the spine
  • Injury or trauma to the spine
  • Spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal column causing pressure on the spinal cord)
  • Spine deformities, including scoliosis (curvature of the spine)
  • Spondylolysis (stress fracture of a vertebra in the lower back)

Spine and neurosurgery options

Our board-certified spine doctors and dedicated neurosurgery team offer comprehensive services for advanced surgery and care, including:

Minimally invasive spine surgery

Minimally invasive spine surgery uses several small incisions, rather than one long incision. Surgeons use special surgical instruments with a tiny camera to guide the procedure. These techniques offer benefits compared to traditional surgery, including:

  • Fewer scars
  • Less pain after surgery
  • Shorter hospital stay and recovery time

Reconstructive surgery of the spine

Our surgeons perform reconstructive surgery to straighten the spine and relieve pressure on the spinal cord and spinal nerves. Types of reconstructive surgery include:

  • Spinal fusion to permanently join two or more vertebrae
  • Spinal disk replacement to replace a diseased disk with an artificial one

Reconstructive spinal surgery can treat problems in the different regions of the back, including:

  • Cervical (neck)
  • Thoracic (upper back)
  • Lumbar (lower back)
  • Sacral (tailbone)


Kyphoplasty repairs compression fractures in the vertebrae, which can be caused by osteoporosis (weakening of the bones). This procedure uses a balloon to restore the correct shape of the vertebra. Then, your surgeon injects a special bone cement into the vertebra to reinforce it.


This type of surgery removes the lamina (part of a vertebra) or bone spurs in your spine to treat spinal stenosis. A laminectomy widens the spinal canal to relieve pressure on the spinal cord or spinal nerves.

Our spine and neurosurgery specialists

Our skilled surgical professionals have the experience and advanced training needed to treat neurological and spinal conditions. The team includes:

  • Board-certified orthopedic surgeons
  • Certified orthopedic nurses
  • Dedicated case managers for post-treatment care plan
  • Licensed physical therapists dedicated to orthopedics

Preoperative education for spine surgery

Once a patient knows that they are going to undergo spine surgery, our spine care team will provide them with information on our PreOp Surgery Class. A physical therapist presents this class and covers topics, such as:

  • What patients may expect before, during and after surgery
  • What patients need to do for the best possible outcome after surgery, including having a “coach” and being committed to physical therapy