The Spine and Scoliosis Center (SASC) performs the following procedures:
Lumbar Disc Replacement
Cervical Disc Replacement
Complex Revision Spine Surgery
(DLIF) XLIF Lumbar Surgery
Spinal Stenosis Surgery
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ABOUT THE PRACTICE
We’ve Been Helping People Find Pain Relief Since 1990.
Studies suggest that back pain affects approximately 90% of adults at some point in their lives and about 67% of adults experience neck pain. These two ailments are among the most common reasons for physician visits and are major causes of disability, missed workdays, and high health care costs. With those painful hurdles in mind, The Spine and Scoliosis Center is giving Central Floridians practical, high-quality solutions through revolutionary care.
Since our doors opened, we have been committed to providing personalized care that improves our patients’ quality of life. We’ve been very successful at accomplishing that.
The Spine and Scoliosis Center is a top orthopaedic clinic connecting Florida patients with innovative, personalized care, with locations in Orlando, Clermont, Winter Haven, and Davenport. If you are seeking a spine specialist, call us to schedule an appointment with our expert medical team today.
We have served this area for more than 50 years. Since our doors opened, we have been committed to providing personalized care that improves our patients’ quality of life. We’ve been very successful at accomplishing that.
~ SASC’s founder, Joseph C. Flynn, M.D
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