September 1, 2017

Meet the OrthoIndy Spine Physicians

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For over 50 years, the OrthoIndy Spine team is dedicated to treating patients with the most current techniques and procedures to reduce pain and ultimately improve the patient’s quality of life. Whether your spine condition requires a minimally invasive surgical technique or is a more complex case, OrthoIndy Spine’s goal is to get your normal back. Whatever your normal looks like.

The OrthoIndy Spine team consists of seven fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons with over 170 years of combined experience. Each physician is trained to handle the most severe spine deformities and revision surgeries, while working alongside spine surgery industry leaders in the research and design of the latest surgical technology.

Furthermore, the OrthoIndy Spine team offers a one-stop-shop approach for your spine injuries and conditions.

Common conditions and injuries treated at OrthoIndy include

As a patient, you will be thoroughly evaluated to determine the best course of treatment for your pain. In most cases, imaging is necessary to diagnose your injury or condition. OrthoIndy Imaging conveniently offers MRI, CT and ultrasound onsite as an efficient service.

Depending on your diagnosis, you may l be treated either non-operatively with medications or injections, or surgically with the most state-of-the-art equipment. After surgery, OrthoIndy Physical Therapy is available for non-operative and post-operative care that is completely integrated with OrthoIndy physicians.

Because when it comes to your spine, our best work means you get to do your best work. Our persistence means you get to keep pursuing your next great milestone.

In other words, you get normal back. Whatever your normal looks like.

Meet the surgical team

Michael Coscia, MD
John Dietz, MD
Robert Huler, MD
Gabriel Jackson, MD
Kevin O’Neill, MD
Gregory Poulter, MD
David Schwartz, MD

Meet the non-operative spine team

Bianca S. Ainhorn, MD
Virgilio N. Chan, MD
Vince S. Hume, DO
Nicolas Jasper, MD
Meredith L. Langhorst, MD
John R. McLimore, MD
Ronald S. Miller, MD
Mark Osborne, MD
Kevin K. Sigua, MD
Seung B. Sim, MD
David I. Steinberg, DO

Learn more at OrthoIndy.com/Spine.

Schedule an appointment

Your well-being is important to us. Click the button below or call us to schedule an appointment with one of our orthopedic specialists. If your injury or condition is recent, you can walk right into one of our OrthoIndy Urgent Care locations for immediate care. For rehabilitation and physical therapy, no referral is needed to see one of our physical therapists.

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Megan Golden

By Megan Golden

Megan Golden worked at OrthoIndy from 2012 to 2019, where she wrote a variety of content for our blog, magazines and inbound campaigns. Megan graduated from Ball State University in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in public relations and advertising and communications studies minor.

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