Treatment & Procedures

In accordance with the most recent Practice Guidelines for Preoperative Fasting by the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), patients are now required to fast for SIX hours before a procedure. The procedures detailed in the links below have all been updated to reflect this. (SWSS September 2014)

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Please note that Southwest Spine & Sports is a separate business from the ambulatory surgery centers where procedures are performed. You will receive two separate bills. One bill is for professional services, which is for the doctor who performs the procedure. You will also have separate fees for the technical component for the use of the facility.

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Our Patients

I have been in pain for many years with my lumbar spine and upon falling earlier in the year, the pain became worse. Dr. Wolff suggested doing Radiofrequency Ablation on the L3, L4, and L5 disk area to control the pain. It has been 3 weeks since the procedure was performed and the pain is gone from that area. I wish I had come in years ago but I did not know anything could be done for the pain except diminishing it with Tylenol and stretching exercises. I am now back to exercising at the gym and doing all of the things that aggravated my back and feel normal again. Thank you Dr. Wolff for giving me my life back. Leslie H.

Did You Know?

Back injuries account for 25% of all Workers’ Compensation claims.