At Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates, we have numerous team members who have been with us for over 15 and 20 years. We celebrate our team members who have been instrumental in helping us create an environment that prioritizes our patients and team members.Read More
Before receiving surgical spine intervention, 64-year-old Helen, a patient at Carolina NeuroSurgery & Spine Associates couldn’t walk across the street without her legs giving out from under her. After intervention from the neurosurgical spine experts and the help of in-house physical therapy, Helen is “back in the saddle,” both literally and figuratively. Less than six-months after surgery, she was taking horseback riding lessons again, walking over two miles a day, and is able to play in the back yard with her grandkids.Read More
At Carolina NeuroSurgery & Spine Associates, we know choosing a new or different career path or organization is a big decision. We regularly highlight and congratulate our team members for embodying our values. By believing in and living out our values, we are able to not only provide incredible service and care to our patients, but also create a positive work environment, attracting the right team members! Meet Kendra and hear how she found a new home 700 miles away at our practice!
At Carolina NeuroSurgery & Spine Associates, where would we be without our core value of TEAMWORK? We enjoy highlighting our team members who exhibits being an ultimate team player! Having a team first approach is the only way that we are successful in providing life-changing care with a compassionate approach.Read More
At CNSA, highlight our team members who are recognized by their colleagues for embodying one of our values, and by doing so, help our entire CNSA team provide life-changing care with a compassionate approach.Read More
Our values at CNSA provide us with a roadmap for how we interact with our patients and our colleagues. Our values are what help us create a culture that inspires our team to come to work each day and provide life-changing care with a compassionate approach.Read More
In January 2021, Sandy felt like there was a screwdriver digging into her hip. She had been diagnosed with scoliosis at age 26, and in the last 10 years, her back pain became significantly worse.Read More