The Foundation for Spinal Restoration is a non-profit organization that supports research initiated by the physicians of The Spine Institute Center for Spinal Restoration. Our belief is that extensive and advanced medical research of spine diseases and disorders is a primary component of overall patient service, contributing to our ability to provide exceptional care for a wide range of spinal conditions and disorders.
The Foundation for Spinal Restoration conducts collaborative research to further evaluate biologics, stem cells, implants, and to test devices and surgical techniques for clinical treatment of degenerative diseases and abnormalities of the spine. Through our clinical research, we hope to provide scientifically sound evaluations of new materials, new instrumentation, and both non surgical and surgical techniques that provide safe, effective and long-lasting solutions to help those with degenerative spinal conditions return to a more youthful and healthy status.
Want to see what we’re up to? Learn more about our most recent grant from the National Institutes of Health to aid in the development of the first-ever imaging technique used to diagnose patients suffering from a painful degenerative back condition.
Our research activities not only improve the care given to patients, but also offer those in our communities who might not otherwise be able to receive such care, the opportunity to have novel treatments at reduced or no cost. We are proud to be a national source of education and information for spinal diseases and disorders, and are committed to upholding our reputation for exceptional spinal care and innovative, cutting-edge research.