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Who is the Best Los Angeles Spine Surgeon?

  Facing the possibility of needing spinal surgery can be both intimidating and confusing. There are plenty of talented spine surgeons in the Los Angeles area, but who is the best one for you? At Saadat Spine, we believe in providing the safest and most effective care for our patients, founded on the principles of evidence-based medicine, research, and...

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Saadat Spine Now Treating Patients from San Diego

It’s understandable that folks would want to look at options close to home when searching for a back pain doctor – or any service provider for that matter! And no doubt there are many highly qualified spine specialists in San Diego. However, if you are struggling with a stubborn neck or back pain issue, you’d be wise to consider...

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Back Pain Doctor: What Type of Specialist Can Help me and How?

  Struggling with back pain? You may benefit from an evaluation with Los Angeles back pain specialist Dr. Ehsan Saadat. At Saadat Spine, we take a holistic approach to the treatment of our patients with back pain. We believe that surgery is NOT the only solution to back pain, and the majority of patients with lower back or neck...

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Our Treatment Philosophy: Restore Function, Reduce Pain

  The ultimate goal in treating any spinal condition is the restoration of function and the reduction or elimination of pain.  Often, spinal problems involve undue pressure on the nerves of the neck or lower back, which can create symptoms of cervical or lumbar radiculopathy, cervical myelopathy or lumbar stenosis. Occasionally, such issues can also accompany an abnormal slippage...

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Lower Back Pain: Is Artificial Disc Replacement an Effective Treatment Option?

An artificial disc replacement surgery involves removing a degenerated and worn-out disc in the lower back, and replacing it with an artificial disc. An artificial disc is designed to mimic the spine’s natural form and function and allows the preservation of the normal motion of the spine. This is in contrast to a fusion operation, where a disc is...

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Recognition

Cedars-Sinai Surgery Center Ranked #1 in the Nation in 2023

  The facility where Dr. Saadat is an Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery – Cedars-Sinai 90210 Surgery Medical Center – was just ranked the top Ambulatory Surgery Center in the county by Newsweek. This new ranking comes out just a few months after Cedars-Sinai Medical Center was ranked the best hospital in California and the #2 hospital in the...

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Saadat Spine Now Treating Patients from Santa Clarita

Orthopedic Spine Solutions for Patients in Santa Clarita, CA Dr. Ehsan Saadat of Saadat Spine in southern California recieved his training in orthopedic spine surgery from Harvard University and Emory University. Dr. Saadat is proud to announce that he recently successfully treated several patients from Santa Clarita. You can read testimonials from a couple of those patients below. While...

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Saadat Spine Now Treating Patients from Bakersfield, CA

Orthopedic Spinal Health Solutions for Patients in Bakersfield, CA Saadat Spine is a spinal health practice led by spinal surgeon Ehsan Saadat. Dr. Saadat sees patients at his offices in Los Angeles and Orange County. Because of Dr. Saadat’s reputation as one of the top spine surgeons in California, he often treats patients from across the state – not...

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Spine Surgery Alternative: Minimally-invasive Lumbar Fusion

Contact Saadat Spine in Los Angeles for a consultation regarding spine surgery alternatives, including a minimally-invasive lumbar fusion. Traditionally, lumbar spine surgery was performed utilizing long incisions on the lower back, and involved extensive dissection of the muscles that attach to the spine. These approaches also meant longer operative times, more blood loss during surgery, and a much longer...

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What Is Motion-Preserving Spine Surgery?

The human spine is made up of 33 “motion segments”, divided into the cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral areas. The cervical and lumbar regions of the spine are mobile, allowing for the flexibility of the neck and the lower back, and activities such as bending, turning, and twisting. Traditional surgical approaches to the cervical and lumbar spine often involve...

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