Humans are born with 33 separate vertebrae. By adulthood, we typically have 24 due to the fusion of the vertebrae in the sacrum. The seven vertebrae of the cervical spine are responsible for the normal function and mobility of the neck.Learn More
Our Neuroscience Institute provides comprehensive services for patients dealing with the effects of a neurological disorder. From stroke to Alzheimer’s disease to multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease, the Neurosciences Institute can help treat them all.Learn More
The skull consists of 22 bones. Of these, 8 surround and protect the brain, while the remaining 14 form the underlying structure of the face. The frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal, sphenoid and ethmoid bones, form the “vault” that encloses the brain.Learn More
If you are facing a neurological or spinal issue, we are here for you. To get started, contact us and request an appointment. Then, print out and complete your New Patient Forms. Before your appointment, take a look at our Initial Visit information.