Treatment Check

A wide variety of treatment options often exist for orthopedic conditions. Welcome to the exciting new way to quickly, easily, and confidentially learn about what treatments are most suited to your condition and your situation. The results of this tool often assist people suffering from pain to better understand their treatment needs, and better prepare them in planning their next step.

Treatment Check

 


Treatment Check Tool

If you’ve been recently diagnosed with a back, neck or spine condition, you should seek a second opinion. Before you begin any treatment for any spinal condition, and especially if surgery is recommended, getting a second opinion can make a substantial difference in the direction you choose to take.

Most spinal conditions have multiple treatment options — and the more complicated the condition is, the more wide-ranging treatment options it may have. Seeking a second opinion ensures you have access to all the information concerning the treatment options available for that specific condition.

Not only will this will help you make the most informed decision about the type of treatment you would like to have, but it will also help you avoid costly and potentially harmful treatments that could have been prevented by seeking a second opinion.

Many people choose to avoid exploring a second opinion because they fear they might offend their current doctor. However, most doctors are happy to have their patients get a second opinion from a fellow trained spine doctor because it means new information and the best orthopedic treatment possible.

Don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment with an OLSS specialist for a second opinion. Take charge of your health and get the right treatment. Start with our spine treatment check tool today.

COVID-19 UPDATE: Due to ongoing efforts to prevent the transmission of COVID-19 in our communities, our office hours may vary. However, our physicians will be offering ONLINE appointments during this time to address your medical needs. To learn more about this exciting new service, contact our patient advocates today!