Get a Second Opinion for Spine Surgery in San Jose

For people in Northern California suffering from back and neck pain who have exhausted nonsurgical treatment options, spine surgery in San Jose may be the next step in resolving a spine problem. Because spine surgery is a serious decision, it is a good idea to obtain a second opinion.

A spine surgery second opinion from San Jose Neurospine can provide you the following benefits:

  • Determine if you have considered all possible treatment options and if there are any other nonsurgical options that can relieve symptoms without the need for surgery.
  • If spine surgery is necessary, what type of spine surgery should be performed? You may not need a complex fusion procedure that was initially recommended.
  • Are you a candidate for new artificial disc technology that would provide a better outcome?
  • Do you qualify for minimally invasive spine surgery in day surgery? This may allow you to be home later that same afternoon, for a faster recovery and return to activity.

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San Jose Neurospine is located in Campbell, California in the San Jose area and is an easy 14-minute drive from San Jose International airport.

We welcome patients to call us directly for an appointment or a second opinon for spine surgery. Over the last 10 years, San Jose Neurospine has been referred back pain and neck pain patients from physicians and chiropractors in the following cities in Northern California.

  • Silicon Valley area including Palo Alto and Mountain View
  • Coastal cities of San Mateo and Santa Cruz
  • The Pebble Beach area of Carmel, Monterey and Salinas
  • Santa Rosa and the Napa and Sonoma valleys
  • Interior Northern California cites like Los Gatos, Fremont, Stockton, Modesto, Sacramento, Redding, Fresno, Bakersfield, Chico and Truckee

Dr. Onibokun is on staff at El Camino Hospital (Mountain View and Los Gatos campuses), Good Samaritan Hospital – San Jose, and Sequoia Hospital – Redwood city. Most of his minimally invasive surgeries, however, are done in an outpatient setting at Ambulatory Surgery Centers set up with that advanced instrumentation.