4110 Briargate Pkwy., Ste. 300, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
1259 Lake Plaza Dr., Ste. 100, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
With a combined 49 years of experience, Dr. James Bee, Dr. Paul Stanton, and Dr. Roger Sung of the Spine Center at Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group (CSOG) encompass a unique practice that allows for distinguished collaboration and the most renowned patient care available within southern Colorado. As the only group in Colorado Springs to have three, fellowship-trained, board-certified spine surgeons, they understand the intricacies of the spinal anatomy and are dedicated to providing world-class-quality and state-of-the-art care for any conditions including the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine. They will be welcoming their fourth fellowship-trained spine surgeon this fall. The Spine Center’s services range from treating simple conditions, such as herniated disks, low back or neck pain, to complex conditions such as adult scoliosis, and spine fractures.
“It is my top priority to provide each patient with comprehensive and individualized treatment so that they can return to the activities they love to do.”
—Dr. Roger Sung
By seeing great success from conservative treatments such as physical therapy, injection and stem cell therapies, prior to opting for surgical options, these surgeons have earned notable praises from patients across Colorado.
“Every patient is different, and no two issues are the same. I always start my patients with the most conservative, nonoperative approaches because most spine problems can be treated without surgery. If those approaches don’t show progress, the patient and I come up with a surgery option together, that’s right for them.” —Dr. James Bee
As many spine surgeries are becoming available within outpatient surgery centers, the advancements of minimally invasive techniques are a primary focal point among the surgeons at CSOG. With over 18,000 successful minimally invasive surgeries executed throughout their 49 years in practice, these three surgeons have pioneered advancements allowing for more efficient surgeries, accelerated recoveries, and better long-term outcomes. They are at the forefront of advanced orthopaedic spine care.
“Our use of minimally invasive techniques for both the lumbar and cervical spine continue to evolve. Less invasive techniques can help shorten the recovery process.”
—Dr. Paul Stanton
To learn more, visit www.CSOG.net or call 719-632-7669.