About


Welcome to the world’s first Society, and only one of it’s kind, solely representing Spine Patients − The Spine Patient Society™!

The Spine Patient Society™ supports & advocates on behalf of patients who have suffered spine injuries or disorders. Patients with spine disorders often feel overwhelmed and alone in their pain and often feel like there is no place to turn for support. The great majority of Spine Patients are confused about their medical condition(s) and are truly uncertain what this means in regard to their future health and well-being. The Spine Patient Society™ has been created to help demystify the “medical jargon,” diagnoses and treatments that surround the lives of Spine Patients in an effort to help educate these patients about their disorders while providing much needed social support.

Educational information on spine procedures such as artificial disc replacement, fusion, and new spine surgery technologies is available. Come join us and connect with Spine Patients from all over the world!

Mission Statement

The Spine Patient Society™, a charitable, tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) organization, is dedicated to empowering patients with spine disorders through advocacy, education and global social support.

Our mission is to support all Spine Patients regardless of a chosen treatment modality, as we realize no two Spine Patients are alike. We believe that Spine Patients should not only support one another, but that they should also have access to professionally written, peer-reviewed educational materials. Our Society inspires Spine Patients to be proactive in their medical care and to become knowledgeable about their spinal disorders.

Vision

Within the next 5 years, the Spine Patient Society™ will become the leading social network for Spine Patients, will continually expand its educational resources, and will successfully bridge the gap between Spine Patients and Medical Professionals and their respective Societies.

Values

Empathy

Compassion

Honesty

Transparency

Free of biases

No underlying motives

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