Mt. Vernon, NY

Mt. Vernon, 
New York, 
Fax: (973) 564-6092



For immediate assistance, please call 855.586.2615
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Back, neck, or spine pain can leave you feeling powerless and incapable, but fortunately there’s hope. The spine surgeons near Mt. Vernon, New York, have years of experience helping people alleviate their pain and reclaim the life they once enjoyed before their back pain. No matter your condition, the board-certified doctors at New Jersey Spine & Orthopedic will carefully assess your situation and determine a safe and healthy approach that will reduce your discomfort and set you up for a speedy recovery.

If you’re uncertain where your pain is coming from, take our Pain Assessment Tool, or discover treatment options through our Treatment Finder. Our doctors also offer free reviews of MRI scans.


Common Procedures and Services Offered at NJ Spine & Orthopedic

Our neurosurgeons, neurologists, and orthopedic specialists are skilled in a variety of minimally invasive surgeries to eliminate your back pain. Some of our more common spine treatments include: 

  • Artificial disc replacement: A doctor replaces degenerated discs in the spinal column with an artificial implant.
  • Coccygectomy: If you’re experiencing sharp pain when you bend or sit down, you may have injured your tailbone. Since you don’t need the coccyx, doctors will remove the broken tailbone.
  • Endoscopic discectomy: This procedure removes a damaged disc that causes you pain in your back or neck.
  • Microdiscectomy: A microdiscectomy removes pressure from your nerves and relieves discomfort in your back or legs.
  • Percutaneous discectomy: This is the most minimally invasive procedure we offer; it treats disc bulges, protrusions, and smaller herniated discs.

If you want assistance receiving a specific treatment, we may be able to help. We invite you to reach out to our team with any questions or requests and we would be happy to help.



We treat many conditions in our offices, happily helping patients find pain relief and reduced discomfort. The following are common issues we work with on a regular basis:

  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Scoliosis
  • Sprains
  • Tendonitis and torn tendons
  • Back and neck pain
  • Tingling or numbness in the fingers or other extremities
  • Compressed fracture
  • Deteriorated joints or spinal discs

We treat many other conditions in addition to these. To see a more comprehensive list, we encourage you to visit the conditions page on our website. Alternatively, you can contact our team to discuss treatment options, schedule an assessment, or ask any questions.


What Are the Benefits of Minimally Invasive Surgery?

We understand that many patients wish to avoid surgery, so our specialists will always try conservative healing methods such as physical therapy and pain medication before surgery. If a doctor recommends surgery, you can be confident that our top-notch physicians will use minimally invasive techniques. It’s important to us that our patients know the difference between this type of surgery and traditional open procedures.

In open surgeries, physicians make a large incision in the body to see the operating area. Conversely, in minimally invasive surgeries, doctors only make a small incision about the size of a postage stamp and use tiny cameras and lights to operate. During the surgery, doctors use an imaging device to view the area on a large screen.

Patients opt for these surgeries because tissue and muscles are moved out of the way rather than cut, making the procedure much less stressful for the body. Some other benefits include:

  • Reduced pain: Since there’s less disturbance and trauma on the body, minimally invasive surgeries are generally less painful for patients.
  • Shorter recovery period: Because there are fewer incisions, your body will be able to recover faster, meaning patients will be able to return to daily activities sooner.
  • Less scarring: Minimally invasive procedures require smaller cuts, so you’ll have less noticeable scars post-surgery.
  • Increased accuracy: Doctors will use tiny cameras that project the image onto a large screen to perform these procedures. This provides a better view of the operating area, and the advanced instruments allow for more delicate and intricate work to be done accurately.

In general, minimally invasive surgeries offer decreased risk, shorter recovery times, less trauma to the body, and reduced pain. Using these techniques, our skilled back doctors will help improve your quality of life and reduce the pain that’s plagued you for so long.



If you are experiencing pain and do not know the source of your discomfort or other negative symptoms, you don’t need to face this difficulty alone. For help getting a diagnosis, feel free to contact our team to schedule an assessment. The diagnosis process may include a physical examination, lab testing, and imaging tests. These processes will help us narrow down the list of potential causes for your condition.

Receiving a diagnosis can make it far easier to gain access to helpful treatment options. You will need to work with a doctor or spinal specialist to get to the root of the problem. To avoid unnecessary hurdles in the medical system, we recommend working with a spinal surgeon or specialist as soon as possible. Following assessment and diagnosis, you can discuss your treatment options with your provider and determine which are best suited to your needs.



Aside from medical procedures, you may not know how to adequately manage spine, back, or neck pain. There are many activities and options you can try, including the following:

  • Acupuncture
  • Chiropractic care
  • Over-the-counter pain medication
  • Physical therapy or other companion therapies
  • Minimally invasive spine surgery procedures
  • Anti-inflammatory injections
  • Prescription medications
  • Yoga and regular exercise
  • Stretching
  • Rest
  • Changing your diet to include more healthful and anti-inflammatory foods
  • Losing weight through doctor guidance

For more information about pain management, you are welcome to contact our team for assistance. We proudly serve patients across several states, and we would be happy to aid you during your healing and recovery journeys.



If you’re suffering from back, neck, or spine pain and live in Mt. Vernon, New York, contact the expert back doctors at NJ Spine & Orthopedic. Whether your condition is minor or more serious, our mission is to provide the best care possible to all our patients.

Call (866) 272-9271 or complete a contact form to learn more about our services!