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Most common questions.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Does North American Spine accept my insurance?

    We accept most private insurance plans and will verify your coverage on your behalf, so you don’t have to deal with calling your insurance company to ask for an estimated out of pocket cost. Unfortunately, we are unable to work with government-funded plans such as Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare, and Workers Comp. Please note that this includes any replacement or supplemental plans. These plans do not cover the range of diagnostics and therapeutics our doctors want to be able to use. If you have a government plan, you can call your insurance provider for a list of spine care providers who will work with your insurance, or ask your Primary Care Physician for a referral. There are other practices that are better equipped for those with government policies. This website will help you locate a Medicare practice in your area: https://www.medicare.gov/physiciancompare/

  • How much will my procedure cost?

    While most of our patients pay less than $2,000 out of pocket, your cost will depend completely on the selected procedure, your insurance plan, deductible and out of pocket maximum. But not to fear—our team of insurance verification specialists will work with your insurance company on your behalf to provide you with a cost estimate prior to surgery. In addition, financing options are available through a third party lender called Prunto to help make your surgery cost more manageable.

  • I’ve had back or neck surgery in the past. Can you still help me?

    Most likely, yes. Many of our patients have had a previous spine surgery, and we can help with new spinal issues or revisions to previous surgeries. Our physicians are highly skilled and can take on complicated cases.

Travel

  • Where is North American Spine located?

    We are located in the six metro areas below:

    • Dallas, Texas (headquarters)
    • Houston, Texas
    • Minneapolis, Minnesota
    • Nashville, Tennessee
    • Phoenix, Arizona

    A majority of our patients travel from outside of their community for their procedure. Getting the best possible spine care is worth much more than the short trip to one of our locations.

  • If I travel for my procedure, how long will I have to stay in the area?

    The length of stay for traveling patients ranges from three to 10 days and will be discussed with you prior to your procedure. It depends entirely on your health history, conditions, the procedure you have, and the recommendation of your doctor.

General

  • What makes North American Spine different?

    North American Spine proudly partners with the finest minimally invasive spine specialists in the country, so we are able to provide our patients with the best, most technologically advanced, and least invasive spine care. As a result, our patients experience:

    • Smaller incisions, less damage to muscles and tendons
    • Lower infection rates
    • Quicker recovery
    • Better surgical outcome and pain relief

    In addition to excellent medical care, you will experience patient care service above and beyond the norm in healthcare. From the very beginning to post-operative support, you will receive continual guidance from your Patient Care Manager, who will walk you through every step of the process to pain relief.

  • Who will my doctor be?

    Upon reviewing your MRI report or CT Scan, our medical team will determine what treatment plan and doctor is best for your specific needs. Your Patient Care Manager will then walk you through the tailored treatment plan recommended for you. All of our doctors are experts in their field and minimally invasive specialists, so rest assured that you’re in good hands.

What is the next step?

To get started, just fill out the contact form on this page, or call us at 855.722.8830.

We will provide you with information and answer any remaining questions you have.

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