About Boston Spine Surgery
By utilizing the abilities of one of the regions experts in the surgical management of disorders of the adult spine, and the various clinical consultants and vast resources of both MGH and NEBH, BSS offers the full range of non-operative ( conservative) and modern surgical management for most conditions of the adult spine. When possible, the most conservative, non-surgical approach is utilized. This may involve physical therapy and rehabilitation, diagnostic and therapeutic injections, pain management or other non surgical treatment methods. When surgery is needed, BSS utilizes established, safe and effective surgical treatment methods, often employing the latest techniques and advanced technologies to minimize the invasiveness of surgery.
BSS is located at two easily accessible and convenient locations. The downtown Boston/ MGH office is located at 30-32 Lancaster Street in the historic Bullfinch Triangle of Boston's West End, near both North Station and the Boston Garden. It is near Massachusetts General Hospital and part of MGH's extended campus. It is accessible from most major highways going into Boston, railways and the "T". Dr Pedlow also has an office at the New England Baptist Hospital in the Mission Hill region of Boston, conveniently located near the world renowned Longwood Medical area of Boston.
Our Patient Care Goal
With the goal of returning patients to their normal life and activates as soon as possible, BSS offers the most advanced integrated spine care available for back and neck problems. Two full time Nurse Practitioners facilitate prompt patient evaluations, enhance effective communication with both patients and referring physicians, and promote continuity of care from the initial evaluation to the completion of treatment. Our office staff is respectful, professional and knowledgeable. With an emphasis on personalized and "patient centered" care, whatever a patients problem may be, we pride ourselves in giving patients the time and attention they need to understand their condition and their treatment options