Get Your Life Back at Holland Hospital

Our expert team provides solutions for your specific needs

Nearly 80 percent of Americans will have back or neck pain at some point during their lives. If you’re one of them, there’s good news in your neighborhood. With Holland Hospital’s full continuum of back pain care, you don’t have to suffer through it.

Take advantage of our coordinated, multidisciplinary approach to:

  • Identify and evaluate your back or neck pain through a “rehab first” approach that begins with prompt referral to a physical therapist specially trained in spine care to assist with evaluation and early intervention.
  • Develop a personalized treatment plan for your pain management and injury recovery in collaboration with your referring physician.
  • Engage the expertise of various specialists based on your needs — a team that includes physical and occupational therapists, athletic trainers, physiatrists (physical medicine and rehab physicians), pain management specialists, neurologists, neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons.
  • Decrease pain, increase function and activity level and enhance your quality of life.

Whether you’re struggling with muscle spasms, disc rupture or nerve compression, relief is possible — close to home. Holland Hospital features the latest in noninvasive treatment for back and neck pain, including sophisticated diagnostic testing, trigger point and spine injections, and physical therapy.

If surgery is appropriate for your situation, our surgeons are skilled at performing minimally invasive spine procedures and robotic-guided techniques that provide relief with quicker recovery. For more information, contact our Spine Program Manager at (616) 494-4032.

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    Physician Lecture Series: Dr. Lowry, Spine Surgery Help or Hype

    Advances in neurosurgery and spine treatment mean patients with neck and back problems or a pinched nerve can regain mobility, relieve pain and return to everyday activities more rapidly than ever before. Hear David W. Lowry, MD, discuss laser spine surgery and minimally invasive spine surgery techniques and what that could mean for you.