Our highest priority is the satisfaction of our patients.
Expert spine care. Same-day appointments.
We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to Englewood Spine Associates.
At Englewood Spine Associates, we offer complete surgical care – utilizing state-of-the-art technologies in cervical and lumbar total disc replacement and minimally invasive and endoscopic surgery. We provide expert care for your neck and low back problems no matter how severe they may be.
Our overarching goal is to provide the highest quality, personalized care to meet your healthcare needs. You are always provided with the necessary time for us to understand your needs and to have your questions answered as they relate to your neck and back issues.
Thank you for trusting our care and giving us the opportunity to serve you both today and in the future.
Brian A. Cole, M.D.
Meet Dr. Cole
“Not every problem requires surgery. We will always start with conservative care, and then if all else fails, we have the appropriate surgical resources to bring you back to health.”
– Dr. Brian A. Cole, MD, FAAOS
Board-certified, fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon
Awards & Accolades
Lumbar Disc Surgery
Lumbar disc surgery is most common for treating sciatic-type pain caused by a herniated disc and is often performed as an outpatient procedure.
Endoscopic Disc Surgery
Herniated and degenerative discs can often be treated with minimal invasiveness. Typically, the incision requires no more than a Band-Aid.
When the lumbar spine is unstable in the case of trauma or severe degeneration, we use state-of-the-art technology to help you recover quickly.
Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion
The most traditional way to treat cervical disc herniations, 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
The lumbar artificial disc is a method of maintaining motion for degenerative spine problems and is an alternative to fusion.