You've just been diagnosed with a spinal condition you can barely pronounce: spondylolisthesis. What is it and how can you treat it? Dr. Millby explains.
The Penn Brain Tumor Center gives patients access to an unparalleled forum of innovative clinical trials.
When you find out that you need spine or brain surgery, a second opinion is a good idea. Here’s why:
Back or neck pain does occur as the years pass. But when is it something more than age-related “creaks”? Here’s what you should know.
Back and neck pain takes a toll on everyday life, learn how physical therapy might be the best way to reduce the pain.
The Penn Adult Spine Deformity program uses different approaches and advanced technology to treat adults of all ages who suffer from spinal deformities.
Zarina S. Ali, MD, is an assistant professor of neurosurgeon at Penn Medicine and sees patients at Pennsylvania Hospital. Dr. Ali treats all nervous system conditions, including spinal, cranial and extremity nerve disease.
Tarlov cyst treatments range from steroids to surgery. Find out what you should be asking if you’ve been diagnosed.
Learn how spinal cord injuries happen, and how we treat them at Penn.
Karen Keith-Ford didn’t think she would ever see a day without lower back pain again. Then she came to Penn.
Congratulations to the 478 Penn physicians listed below who were included in Philadelphia Magazine's Top Docs™ 2018.
Penn Medicine is one of the world’s leading academic medical centers.
A clinical trial is a research study involving patient volunteers that are conducted to find safe and effective treatments for a variety of health conditions.