University of Maryland Spine Program
Conditions Treated, Research and Education
Spinal Stenosis Surgical Webcast
Watch UM Spine Program surgeons Dan Gelb and Steven Ludwig perform a lumbar
decompression and spinal fusion surgery for treating spinal stenosis. more»
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The University of Maryland Spine Program brings together a dedicated, widely
recognized core of spine care professionals to offer the highest quality of
state of the art care for conditions affecting the adult and pediatric spine.
We provide surgical and non-surgical care for all conditions affecting the spine,
- Acute & chronic low back & neck pain
- Adult & pediatric scoliosis
- Degenerative conditions of the cervical & lumbar spine
- Herniated discs
- Spinal stenosis
- Sports-related spine injuries
- Spinal trauma
Research and Education
The University of Maryland Spine Program team believes that the highest quality
of patient care depends upon continuing research and education.
Each of the Spine Program's physicians are engaged in ongoing clinical research to
advance the operative and nonoperative methods of diagnosis and management of
patients with spine problems.
This page was last updated on:
December 27, 2012.
If you are a patient of a referring physician and would like to schedule an appointment with one of our doctors, please call 410-448-6400.