Advanced Spinal Care

The Board Certified Spine Experts at Plymouth Bay Orthopedics have helped thousands of patients relieve their back and neck pain through both pain management techniques and spinal procedures.

Fortunately, the vast majority of spine issues can be managed without surgery.  Our Board Certified Physical Therapy team utilizes strengthening programs to help alleviate pain. Our Board Certified Pain Management Specialist, Dr. Brett Teran, uses the most innovative (non-surgical) techniques, including medications and injections to target the source of back or neck pain.

If non-operative measures have been exhausted, our awarded Board Certified Orthopedic Spine Surgeon,

Dr. Steven Leckie, offers comprehensive and advanced Minimally Invasive surgical options.

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Quick Facts & Benefits:

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We offer many non-surgical & minimally invasive surgical treatment options to accurately treat a wide variety of spinal conditions.
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In many cases, non-surgical pain management treatments are very effective. This may include injections, physical therapy or medications.
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We offer the latest technologies and cutting edge procedures. Visit with one of our specialists to learn about new ways we can help you with these innovative technologies.

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We have two convenient locations in Duxbury & Sandwich and offer on-site imaging for easy and convenient diagnosis.

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We offer advanced on-site Physical Therapy & Occupational Therapy services to help patients alleviate pain and get back to living pain free!

Recent Testimonials:

Our Board-Certified Spine & Pain Management Team

Steven Leckie, MD

Board-Certified Spine Surgeon

Brett Teran, DO

Board-Certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Spine Educational Videos

When Should I See a Spine Specialist?

By Dr. Steven Leckie

Does Seeing A Spine Specialist Mean I Will Need Spine Surgery?

By Dr. Steven Leckie

Who Should Patients See For Chronic Neck/Back Pain?

By Dr. Steven Leckie

What is a Physiatrist and What Do They Treat?

By Dr. Brett Teran

What Are the Non-Surgical Options for Neck and Back Pain?

By Dr. Brett Teran

The Difference Between a Bulging and Herniated Disc

By Dr. Steven Leckie

Could The Pain In My Shoulder Be Coming From My Neck?

By Dr. Steven Leckie

How Has Spine Surgery Changed in the Past Decade?

By Dr. Steven Leckie

What is Sciatica and How Do You Treat It?

By Dr. Steven Leckie

What is a Pinched Spinal Nerve and How is it Treated?

By Dr. Steven Leckie

When Should I Consider Spine Surgery?

By Dr. Steven Leckie

Do I Have To Go To A Hospital in Boston for Spine Care?

By Dr. Steven Leckie

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