Back and Neck Risk Assessment

How’s the state of your back and neck? Find out.

This free assessment walks you through a series of questions based on internationally accepted research to give you an evaluation of your spine. While nothing can replace speaking with a physician, this is a great place to start learning more about your joint health and next steps.

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  • Catherine Y. Choi, M.D.

    “My philosophy in treating my patient is to provide personalized spine education,  review comprehensive treatment options and work together in determining the best path for you.”

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  • Andrew Clary MD

    Andrew M. Clary, D.O.

    “I want to learn about you, your interests, and help you get back to the life you want to live.”

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  • Erik Ekstrom

    Erik J. Ekstrom, M.D.

    “I believe in listening to patients and making them feel comfortable. For me, the most gratifying part of the work is finding the problem and fixing it so patients can return to their usual activities.”

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  • Pooja Mundrati DO

    Pooja Mundrati, D.O.

    “Initially, I hope to help my patients understand what’s going on so that together we can choose the best treatment plan. Ultimately, my goal is to help my patients get better and get them back to what they enjoy.”

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  • Steven Sabers MD

    Steven R. Sabers, M.D.

    “I treat my patients as I would want a family member treated, with a goal of reducing pain and improving quality of life.”

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  • Edward Santos MD

    Edward Santos, M.D.

    “I am committed to providing the best care possible for all of my patients with spine disorders. I treat each and every patient as I would treat any member of my family. I believe that patients’ concerns and expectations deserve to be heard. I also believe in the importance of having a thorough discussion of both surgical and nonsurgical options, with the goal of relieving pain and restoring function.”

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  • David Spight DO

    David W. Spight, D.O.

    “My greatest satisfaction in medicine is having the opportunity to educate patients about the relationship between structure and function, which allows them to gain the necessary knowledge to become active participants in their care.”

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  • David Strothman MD

    David H. Strothman, M.D.

    “Spinal disorders are complex and disabling. As your surgeon I will explain your diagnosis and treatment options, both operative and non-operative, in a way that you can understand thereby allowing you to make informed decisions. I am rewarded daily by improving the quality of life of patients receiving my care.”

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  • Steven Stulc DO

    Steven M. Stulc, D.O.

    “My goal is to treat patients with a comprehensive approach to their spine related disorders, understanding that improving pain and function can have a tremendous impact on quality of life.”

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  • Trevor Wahlquist MD

    Trevor Wahlquist, M.D.

    “Ensuring people are living healthy and active lifestyles is important to me. I strive to work together with patients to find non-operative and operative solutions for their pain, getting them back to the activities and the people that matter most to them.”

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  • Nicholas Wills MD

    Nicholas Wills, M.D.

    “I understand the concern of athletes to get back to their sport and working in combination with our therapists helps them there.”

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