Spine

The spine experts at Great Lakes Orthopaedic Center provide comprehensive assessment and treatment for back injuries and disorders, serving patients throughout Northern Michigan. Because the spine is essential to both mobility and strength in the human body, many people experience some kind of back or spinal pain during their lives, often in the lower lumbar region. Having a board-certified orthopaedic physician, physician assistant and physical therapist close by is vital to an effective recovery.

BACK PAIN

Most back pain conditions can be treated through nonsurgical methods. However, when surgery is necessary, our spine specialist will perform the least invasive procedures possible, getting you back to your maximum potential. With our highly-skilled team of medical professionals, you’re in good hands for faster healing.

SPECIALTY SERVICES AND PROCEDURES

  • Lumbar Fusions
  • Scoliosis
  • Kyphoplasty
  • Microdiscectomy
  • Laminectomy

Testimonials

  • Shoulder & Elbow

    “Dr. Reineck repaired my Lt shoulder in February 2020. He has also repaired my Rt Shoulder. Without a doubt, he has added much quality and renewed energy to my life through these surgeries! Dr. Reineck also goes above and beyond the role of a surgeon. He truly cares about his patients and is very personable […]
  • Arthroscopy Experience

    “I want to thank Dr Kerr for actually listening to me when I described my lifestyle, and suggesting arthroscopic reattachment of my supraspinatus and long head of the bicep tendons. He did the surgery two years ago, and I am back to like the fall I took that tore the tendons never happened! Top quality […]
  • Total Joint & Total Joint Revision

    “For Scott Groseclose: Hi Scott. You replaced my right hip in (I believe) 2011 It has done and continues to do wonderfully well! I was wondering if you share with me the materials of the stem and cup. Specifically was the stem cobalt? Thanks for your help. Best personal regards, Chuck

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Office Hours: Mon.–Fri., 8 a.m.–5 p.m.