Spine & Neurosurgery
We are located on the west coast of Florida
in Palm Beach Gardens.
Neurosurgery & Spine Surgery in West Palm Beach, FL
Internationally respected neurosurgeon and founder of The Spine Center, Charles S. Theofilos, is recognized by his patients and peers for providing state-of-the-art cervical and spinal treatments. His approach to spine health involves a combination of prevention and innovative surgical, minimally invasive and non-surgical treatments. As a leading spine surgeon, Dr. Theofilos has an exceptional reputation in West Palm Beach, Port St. Lucie, Palm Beach Gardens, in South Florida and internationally.
What is Neurosurgery?
Neurosurgery, also known as neurological surgery, is one of the most advanced fields of medicine and surgery. As a neurosurgeon, Charles S. Theofilos, MD, is uniquely qualified to diagnose and treat conditions that affect the central, peripheral, and autonomic nervous systems, as well as the anatomical structures that support these systems. A neurosurgeon may address ailments that involve the:
- Spinal cord
*A neurosurgeon helps patients in all aspects of neurological health, such as prevention, diagnosis, treatments, and medical interventions.
What are the Benefits of Working with a Neurosurgeon?
The neurological structures of the human body affect organ function, range of motion, mobility, and other aspects that affect a person’s quality of life. *Working with a neurosurgeon ensures that the diagnostic and treatment processes are as conservative as possible. Patients from around the world seek out Dr. Theofilos to treat their neurological conditions because he specializes in advanced techniques, proven to reduce patient recovery and produce unparalleled results.
What Conditions Can Be Treated by a Spine Surgeon?
*As a spine surgeon and respected leader in neurosurgery, Dr. Theofilos works with patients who suffer from:
- Chronic back and neck pain
- Spinal conditions
- Nerve injuries
- Ailments affecting the central nervous system
- Neurodegenerative conditions
- Congenital abnormalities involving the nerves, spine, brain and other areas of the neurological system
The Spine Center offers:
- Pain Management
- Laser Therapy
- Minimally Invasive Spine, Back & Neck Surgery
What Happens During a Neurosurgery Consultation?
The consultation begins with a discussion of your medical history with our medical assistant and physician assistant. You then meet with our neurosurgeon, Charles S. Theofilos, MD, for a comprehensive evaluation and examination. He may recommend further testing before advising about treatment. The consultation appointment takes one to three hours.
Is Neurosurgery in West Palm Beach Covered by Insurance?
The Spine Center will review your coverage during your consultation appointment. To help keep the cost of treatment at The Spine Center affordable for our patients, we offer financing through LendingUSA®.
Living with pain and debilitating conditions involving your spine, nerves and other neurological functions requires the highest quality care and advanced treatments to ensure the best outcomes possible. Charles S. Theofilos, MD, founder of The Spine Center, is known around the world for his state-of-the-art treatments and diagnostic capacity. Patients in West Palm Beach, Port St. Lucie, and other areas in South Florida, as well as from countries around the world, entrust their care to Dr. Theofilos. Contact The Spine Center today to schedule a consultation or complimentary MRI review with Dr. Theofilos.
Pain relief starts with an accurate diagnosis.
*Disclaimer: Results will vary by person and are based upon the patient, the procedure, and the compliance with the aftercare program. The content of this website is intended to be general information. It is provided only as a service. It is not medical advice and not intended to be taken as medical advice. The content of this site should not be used to diagnose or treat a medical or health condition and is in no way meant to be a substitute for or delay the seeking of appropriate or professional medical care. Individual results may vary.