300 Grand Ave., Englewood, NJ
Dr. Brian A. Cole, MD, FAAOS
Orthopedic Spine Surgeon: NJ Top Neck and Lower Back Specialist
Expert surgical care for your Neck and Lower Back. Not every problem requires surgery. We will always initiate conservative care for all of our patients. When all else fails, we have the appropriate tailored surgical care for you.
Englewood Spine Associates’ Dr. Cole provides complete surgical care using the latest technologies in cervical and lumbar total disc replacement and minimally invasive and endoscopic surgery
Dr. Cole is Ivy League trained and board-certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons to practice in New Jersey, New York, and Florida. With over 24 years of training and experience, Dr. Cole has been a Castle and Connolly Top Doc for spine surgery since 2017. We can provide state-of-the-art care for your neck and low back problems no matter how severe they may be. What’s more, we offer on-site x-ray and immediate in office care for acute low back injuries.
Premier Spinal Surgery Services performed by one of the Best Spine Surgeons in New Jersey. The practice is led by Dr. Brian A. Cole, a board certified fellowship trained Orthopedic Surgeon. He has been serving the community with over 20 years of experience.
Lumbar Disc Surgery
Lumbar disc surgery is the most common surgery for treating sciatic type pain caused by a herniated disc. The procedure is performed by making a small incision in your back. It is possible that this can be performed as an outpatient procedure.
Endoscopic Disc Surgery
When possible herniated and degenerative discs can be treated minimally invasively by placing an endoscope in your back to remove portions of the disc with cutting muscle or bone. Typically the incision just requires a band-aid.
There are times when the lumbar spine is unstable in the case of trauma or severe degeneration. Metallic instrumentation is used in the form of rods, screws and cages. We use the most state of the art technology to help you recover quicker.
Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion
This is the most traditional way to treat cervical disc herniations. The procedure is performed through the throat and the disc is removed and replaced by a bone plug or cage and secured with a plate.
Cervical Disc Replacement
A newer approach to treating a disc herniation in the neck, a mobile bearing implant is put in place of the removed disc allowing complete motion of the neck after surgery.
Lumbar Disc Replacement
Motion preserving technologies are rapidly improving The lumbar artificial disc is a method of maintain motion for degenerative spine problems and is an alternative to fusion.