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Welcome to Jackson Neurosurgery Clinic

At Jackson Neurosurgery Clinic, we understand that comprehensive accuracy is paramount when it comes to the diagnosis and treatment of any neurological disorder. Our physicians are ABMS board certified, skilled and experienced in treating a wide variety of neurological conditions.

Their goal—and ours—is to provide you with nothing less than the highest level of neurological care in a truly state-of-the-art setting. We provide this to everyone requiring interventional pain management, spine surgery, or other neurosurgical need.

Jackson Neurosurgery Clinic now offering Mobi-C device artificial disc replacement procedures.

The minimally invasive TESSYS® approach is suitable for almost every kind of herniated intervertebral disc surgery when conservative treatment fails, when neurological signs progress, and in the event of acute cauda equina compression.

Providing access to Full-Body MRI Scans, Precision Montage delivers Multiple Waveforms, all powered by Illumina 3D. No longer compromise Pain Relief for Full-Body MRI — Precision Montage MRI couples the most advanced programming proven Illumina 3D to provide excellent pain relief and Full-Body MRI.

 

New at Jackson Neurosurgery Clinic

The Jazz Lock™ is an innovative spinal fusion system designed for a posterior (back) approach instead of an anterior (front) fusion approach.

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Jackson Neurosurgery Clinic

Jackson Neurosurgery is proud to bring the addition of Coflex® solutions to the Jackson Metro area.

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Neurosurgery Clinic in Jackson, MS

Jackson Neurosurgery Clinic now offering Mobi-C device type procedures.

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Blog Posts

Scoliosis: Answers to 18 of the Most Common Questions

People who have or know someone with scoliosis of the spine often have many questions.  Below are some of the most common questions, brief answers, and links to more in depth resources.  What is Scoliosis of the Spine? Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that occurs...
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Finally! Here’s What’s New in Relieving Sacroiliac Joint Pain

What are the sacroiliac joints? The sacroiliac joints, also known as the "SI joint" are the two joints on each side of the pelvis that are formed where the sacrum and each one of the iliac bones meets. The sacrum is often called the "tailbone" and the iliac bones are commonly...
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Accuracy of Diagnostic Facet Joint (Medial Branch Nerve) Blocks

Lumbar Facet Joint Pain Lumbar facet pain is a common cause of both acute and chronic pain in the low back. Most people experience low back pain at some time in their life. Lumbar facet (zygoapophyseal joint) pain is the cause of this in many of these cases, particularly as...
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Zygapophyseal (Facet) Joint Syndrome: What All Back Pain Patients Need To Know

What is "Facet Syndrome"? Facet joint syndrome is spinal pain that originates in the joints on the back side of each of the vertebra. These joints are designed to help stabilize the spine as it moves. There are two such joints at each spinal level. Working in unison the joints...
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Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Explained

Lumbar Spinal Stenosis What is spinal stenosis of the spine? Lumbar spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the central spinal canal in the lumbar spine (lower back) or the neuroforamina where the spinal nerves exit the spine.  Narrowing of the central canal is called central spinal...
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