For more than 85 years, Mayfield Brain & Spine has been building its global reputation in spine surgery. Our dedication to the diagnosis and treatment of spine injuries and disease enables Mayfield to treat more spine patients than any other spine care program in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. And since Mayfield is also one of the leading brain surgery centers in the United States, it is no wonder that more than 25,000 patients from around the world choose Mayfield for their neurosurgical care each year.
Our team is one of the largest and most experienced networks of spine specialists in the United States. It includes board-certified physicians in neurosurgery, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and pain management, as well as licensed physical therapists and advanced practice providers.
Our complex spine surgery team includes six surgeons with advanced training in complex spine problems such as spinal deformity and scoliosis. Our minimally invasive surgery team includes more than a dozen surgeons, who by making small incisions and using long, slender instruments, help patients recover more quickly than ever with shorter facility stays and less pain. In fact, 47 percent of our spine surgery patients underwent same-day surgery last year. Many were treated in our free-standing outpatient spine surgery center in Norwood, Ohio. The center was one of the first of its kind in North America when it opened in 2007, and since then has provided more than 45,000 patients with superior service.
Health Care Coverage
We participate in health care programs offered by most major managed care providers, and are certified by the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation. We also provide care to Kentucky and Indiana Workers' Compensation patients.
Surgical procedures we perform
- Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF)
- Anterior lumbar interbody fusion (ALIF)
- Artificial disc replacement
- Axial lumbar interbody fusion (AxiaLIF®)
- Minimally invasive decompression
- Microdiscectomy and foraminotomy
- Fracture stabilization
- Lateral lumbar interbody fusion (LLIF)
- Posterior percutaneous cervical foraminotomy
- Pedicle screws (minimally invasive)
- Posterior lumbar interbody fusion (PLIF)
In this Mayfield Minute, Dr. Michael Kachmann discusses minimally invasive spine surgery.
Spinal Cord Stimulation for Chronic Pain
Mayfield presents a patient symposium on a new type of spinal cord stimulation, called high-frequency HF10 Therapy, that delivers 10,000 Hz to provide more pain relief to patients without the tingling sensation (paresthesia). This patient symposium was held Oct 17, 2017 in partnership with Nevro. Drs. Orlando and Bailey have no financial interests with Nevro.