Norton Neuroscience Institute Spine Care | Norton Healthcare Louisville, Ky.

Norton Neuroscience Institute Spine Care

Spine conditions often can be treated without surgery, so we start with the least-invasive approach to care. Norton Neuroscience Institute’s board-certified neurosurgeons have multiple years of training and expertise in treating all types of spine injuries and conditions.

  • We offer same-day appointments and Saturday hours.
  • We have 11 board-certified neurosurgeons.
  • No referral is needed.
  • With 11 offices in the Louisville area, including Southern Indiana, we’re close to home or work.
  • We offer minimally invasive surgery. Any surgery is considered only after trying noninvasive treatments.
  • Our physicians and advanced practice providers are skilled in pinpointing your diagnosis, offering the right care and working to get you back to feeling yourself.

Why choose Norton Neuroscience Institute

“Norton Neuroscience Institute is staffed by board-certified neurosurgeons who specialize in identifying and treating pain, tingling, weakness or other conditions that prevent you from living your best life.”

Christopher B. Shields, M.D.
Chief, Adult Neurosurgery
Chairman, Norton Neuroscience Institute
Norton Neuroscience Institute

What We Treat

What we treat

Norton Neuroscience Institute spine physicians offer a full range of treatment for spine conditions, including physical therapy, medication or, if necessary, surgery.

Patient Support

Patient support

Get the information you need before treatment, and support as you work through your recovery.

Locations

Locations

Our specialist physicians practice at 11 locations in the Louisville area, including in Southern Indiana.

Neuro spine

See a Spine Care Specialist

Audubon, Downtown and Regional Locations

(502) 583-1697

Brownsboro and St. Matthews Locations

(502) 394-6390

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