Spine Animations

Spine Animations

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Poor posture can damage the spine and its associated muscles and ligaments. A hunched stance places abnormal stress on muscles and ligaments, causes backache and fatigue, and can even cause the spine to become fixed in an abnormal position.

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About the Southeastern Spine Institute

Southeastern Spine Institute and Ambulatory Surgery Center has moved to its new location on the campus of the East Cooper Medical Center at 1625 Hospital Drive.

Our new, state-of-the-art 65,000-square-foot building features six ambulatory surgery and outpatient procedure rooms with added overnight capabilities. The facility also houses larger MRIs and offers several benefits, including:

  • EMG, digital X-ray and fluoroscopy capabilities
  • Spine block
  • Minimally invasive outpatient surgery
  • In-house pharmacy
  • Physical therapy center for spine-related conditions

Our new facility also offers expanded parking and more convenient patient care for the growing Mt. Pleasant and greater Charleston-area populations.

World-class spine expertise and technology

Our new center achieves Dr. Don R. Johnson’s vision to offer patients the very best in spine health expertise, technology and procedures.

The Southeastern Spine Institute physician staff includes spine surgeons, neurosurgeons, sports medicine orthopedic specialists, non-surgical rehab doctors and pain management specialists.

For more information, please call Karen Blakely at (843) 284-4738.

Donald R. Johnson II, M.D. Steven C. Poletti, M.D. Richard F. Frisch, M.D. Leonard E. Forrest, M.D. John F. Johnson, M.D. W. Blane Richardson, M.D. Mark D. Netherton, M.D. Thomas S. Anderson, M.D. German Levin, M.D. Ryan Harrison Nobles, M.D. Timothy P. Bryan, M.D.

Affiliated Physicians

George Trey Lee, M.D. Thomas C. Appleby, M.D. Marc S. Haro, MD, MSPT

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