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Learn more about the difference The Spine Institute made in the lives
of our patients by watching their stories on video.

Introducing The Spine Institute at BB&J

Are you an active person experiencing back or neck pain? The Spine Institute utilizes minimally invasive techniques to treat your neck and back conditions with smaller incisions, less pain, and a faster recovery.

Dr. Gordon Explains MISS

Dr. Gordon describes some different types of spinal fusion surgery treatment options that are available to those suffering from pain caused by degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, and spondylolisthesis and how the minimally-invasive OLIF25™ procedure provides a faster recovery with less post-operative pain for patients – patients just like Steve Schwartzer.

Testimonial by Tim Moseley
Patient of Dr. Charles Gordon, Jr.

“Quite a few times, I’d go outside to play with my kids, and if I took a wrong step, I’d be on the ground, not able to get up. Dr. Gordon was like ‘I can fix you. I can fix it.’ He didn’t even hesitate about it. […] Dr. Gordon did amazing. The difference just from when I woke up from surgery, it felt different from the last fusion I had. […] I’m starting to get back to things that I haven’t done in a long time.”

Testimonial by Steve Schwartzer
Patient of Dr. Charles Gordon, Jr.

“It got to a point where I physically couldn’t turn and it just continued on and the pain was intensifying. It was hard to walk; it was hard to sit – I just had to say, ‘This is not going to work. I gotta find something that will cure it.’ And that is when I found Dr. Gordon.”

Testimonial by Linda Gibson
Patient of Dr. Charles Gordon, Jr.

“Dr. Gordon, he did the surgery and the pain is gone. And I can walk. I’m really glad I had that surgery. It gave me the ability to really get my life back to where it was before. You don’t realize until you have difficulties what mobility is.”

Testimonial by Tim Peavy
Patient of Dr. Charles Gordon, Jr.

“When I came out of surgery, I reached down to my left leg and I looked at Deb. I said, ‘There’s no pain. This feels great!” And it did. You know for it being less than 24 hours out of surgery. And to be straight and to walk without any pain? I’m telling you what, I still can’t describe it.”