When should you see your primary care provider? And when do you need a referral for a spinal specialist? WVU Medicine spine surgeon Shari Cui, MD, explains. [...]
Sanford Emery, M.D., M.B.A., WVU Medicine orthopaedic surgeon, chair of the West Virginia University School of Medicine Department of Orthopaedics, and interim chair of the Department of Surgery, will [...]
If you have a pinched nerve or herniated disc, the most common surgical option has been disc fusion surgery. A new procedure growing in popularity is artificial disc replacement surgery. [...]

The WVU Spine Center brings specialists together with a multidisciplinary team approach to provide our patients with comprehensive spinal care. We use a full range of treatment options to ensure that patients with spine problems get the treatment they need quickly, efficiently and easily.

The Spine Center combines the expertise of WVU neurologists, orthopaedic specialists, neurosurgeons, pain management physicians, and rehabilitation services to target every patient’s particular problem and provide optimal treatment.