More than 45,000 patients treated, every one unique.
The Mayfield Spine Surgery Center offers state-of-the-art minimally invasive outpatient spine surgery and pain management procedures in a comfortable, patient-friendly environment. Over the last 12 years, specialists of Mayfield Brain & Spine have performed more than 13,000 surgeries at the center and more than 34,000 procedures. Experienced, caring, and dedicated to each individual patient, our physicians and staff represent one of the most trusted names in neurosurgery. Find out more here, or schedule an MRI review at no cost to you.
At the Mayfield Spine Surgery Center, patient safety comes first.
Visiting our facility: A COVID-19 Update
At Mayfield Spine Surgery Center, there is no higher priority than your well-being and the broader health of our communities. We understand the fear and concern surrounding this outbreak, and we are committed to doing all we can to keep you and your family healthy and offer you peace of mind. Although you may have concerns about the coronavirus, we are here to keep you informed. We are closely monitoring the outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and we are taking proactive steps to ensure your safety.
Our top priority, as always, is to deliver safe, high-quality care to you and all patients that we serve. We understand the value our facility provides as an important site of access for patients needing surgeries and pain management in a controlled and safe environment, and we appreciate the trust you have placed in us.
We are working with local and state health departments, and are following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and recommendations. In our operating rooms and across all patient care areas, we provide the highest level of cleaning and disinfecting by following guidelines from the CDC and the Association of Operating Room Nurse (AORN). As we work together to keep patients, visitors and our team's safe, here's what you can expect from us:
Prior to surgery
One week prior to the date of your surgery you will need to begin to self-monitor at home by taking your temperature and monitoring for cough, shortness of breath, and difficulty breathing (flu-like). Please call the facility if you develop a fever or any flu-like symptoms.
Three days prior to surgery we will call you and ask you screening questions about your general health. At this time you will be instructed to continue to monitor yourself at home. You should stay away from anyone who has had recent travel, had flu-like symptoms, or has tested positive for coronavirus. Again, please notify the facility for any changes in your general health.
If at any time within the 7 days prior to your procedure you develop a fever or flu-like symptoms please call the facility at 513-619-5899 and provide us with notification.
Visiting our Center/Hospital on the day of Surgery
For the safety of our patients and visitors, we ask that you come to the facility wearing a mask. Please note that building access is being limited to specific entryways to help improve social distancing. Once you arrive to our facility for your surgery you will call the registration desk and let them know you have arrived at 513-619-5899. If you are visiting us for a pain management injection/procedure you will be given a specific time to enter the building during your screening phone call. These measures are in place to minimize congestion in screening area.
You will be greeted by one of our team members in the entryway on the first floor; they will ask you screening questions about your general health and take your temperature. This screening process is mandatory for every person entering the facility. Upon completion of the screening process you will be escorted into the waiting room to complete registration and begin your pre-surgical care.
We are allowing one visitor per patient throughout your stay. They will be screened at the same time you are and be required to wear a mask while in the facility. Any visitor with fever, symptoms, recent travel or exposure to Covid-19 will not be allowed into the facility.
For additional information about Covid-19 please visit the CDC website: CDC.gov
Sincerely, Physicians and Staff
Mayfield Spine Surgery Center
G-forces and the spine
Looking back, Robert attributes his back problems to the six years he spent as a U.S. Navy pilot during the Cold War. Catapulting from 0 to 170 miles per hours in a span of 300 feet on an aircraft carrier does something to a spine. Being jerked to a stop by thick steel cables at 140 miles per hour does something to a spine. Flight maneuvers with seven times your body weight pushing down upon you does something to a spine.
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Spinal Cord Stimulation for Chronic Pain
Mayfield's Dr. Tann Nichols discusses spinal cord stimulation for chronic pain. If you have been suffering from chronic pain in the lower back, leg (sciatica), or arm for 3 months or more, you may be a candidate for a spinal cord stimulator.