More than 45,000 patients treated, every one unique.
The Mayfield Spine Surgery Center offers state-of-the-art minimally invasive outpatient spine surgery and pain management procedures in a comfortable, patient-friendly environment. Over the last 12 years, specialists of Mayfield Brain & Spine have performed more than 13,000 surgeries at the center and more than 34,000 procedures. Experienced, caring, and dedicated to each individual patient, our physicians and staff represent one of the most trusted names in neurosurgery. Find out more here, or schedule an MRI review at no cost to you.
At the Mayfield Spine Surgery Center, patient safety comes first.
COVID-19 Update | February 9, 2021
We continually monitor and update our visitor policy based on the recommendations of the local health department, Ohio Department of Health and CDC. You will be updated on the current policy when you are called by our Preadmission Nurses from the Surgery Center. We appreciate your understanding and thank you for your patience during the pandemic, we are working to provide you the most up to date information at the time of your procedure.
Mayfield Spine Surgery Center is observing the CDC’s recommended preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, including COVID-19. Our number one priority is the safety of our patients and staff. We have implemented the following measures to ensure safety:
- Disinfecting work surfaces several times a day and disinfecting patient care areas as soon as the patient is discharged.
- Implementing social distancing practices throughout the Center.
- Screening all patients on possible COVID 19 exposure, travel history, and symptoms prior to arrival and day of surgery. All Center Staff is screened daily.
- Visitors are currently not allowed within the Center to reduce exposure to our patients and staff.
- Requiring all staff and patients to wear masks while the universal masking recommendations are in place.
- Requiring employees to stay at home if they are experiencing any flu-like symptoms.
We are asking patients to join us in additional efforts, including:
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after using the bathroom; before and after eating and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash and sanitize your hands
- Avoid shaking hands to potentially prevent transmission.
Most importantly, we ask that patients who are experiencing any cough, shortness of breath, fever, or other flu-like symptoms, to stay at home and reschedule their appointments. Also inform us if you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 or have recently traveled out of the state.
For additional information please visit the CDC website: CDC.gov
Please call Mayfield Brian & Spine at 513-221-1100 to cancel or reschedule your surgery or procedure if needed. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in protecting all our team members and patients.
Sincerely, Physicians and Staff
Mayfield Spine Surgery Center
Notice of Remodeling
Excuse us, while we remodel our 1st floor. Your safety is our # 1 job and we are closely monitoring our construction during this process to ensure your Safety, Excellent Service and Outstanding Quality Healthcare. We appreciate your understanding and patience as we work to provide our patients with the finest facility and accommodations. If you have any questions or concerns please ask to speak with the Administrator, Dave Orskey, 513-619-5895 or Clinical Director Julia Toy 513-619-5893.
G-forces and the spine
Looking back, Robert attributes his back problems to the six years he spent as a U.S. Navy pilot during the Cold War. Catapulting from 0 to 170 miles per hours in a span of 300 feet on an aircraft carrier does something to a spine. Being jerked to a stop by thick steel cables at 140 miles per hour does something to a spine. Flight maneuvers with seven times your body weight pushing down upon you does something to a spine.
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Mayfield's Dr. Tann Nichols discusses spinal cord stimulation for chronic pain. If you have been suffering from chronic pain in the lower back, leg (sciatica), or arm for 3 months or more, you may be a candidate for a spinal cord stimulator.