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​​Midwest Brain and Spine Center
612 787-7463 or 612 78 spine 
612 756-9272 or 612 75 MWBSC 


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​All inclusive spine care with specialisation

and a world leading role in

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery.

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One of the only doctors performing this revolutionary procedure
Minimally Invasive Direct Thoracic Interbody Fusion (MIS-DTIF) is a minimally invasive surgical procedure to achieve spinal fusion of the thoracic vertebrae.

I want to take a moment to thank you for the time you spent with me and for the steroid ship you put in my upper neck. I slept really good for the first night and really no pain since. Now if we can get my lower back fixed. I have faith that you will help me with it. Then being 80 years old will be great. Will take time I’m sure. I thank God for doctors like you.

- Patient from Alexandria, MN

All new patients receive a  consult directly with our head physician to establish a personalized care plan.

With refined Inspired spine technique and protocol we see fusion sooner and sooner, here just 4 months after L5/S1 MIS DLIF fusion, fusion mass is solid in interbody and right facet in the left facet ( red circle) fusion is progressing well.

Having fusion just 4 months after lumbar surgery is almost unheard of but so is doing this surgery within 37 minutes, the fact that we do not spend 2 hours just damaging the tissue and devascularizing the bone helps to progress healing so fast

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brain-related health questions, requiring surgical intervention.

Tristate Brain & Spine Institute

6600 State Hwy 29 S
Alexandria, MN 56308

Phone: 320-763-8888
Toll Free: 888-763-2772
Fax: 320-200-7478

The OLLIF Procedure is a revolutionary minimally invasive approach to spinal surgery.  

This innovative approach typically results in less blood loss than traditional surgery.  It also results in a smaller incision and less trauma to the surrounding areas that may lead to less pain and faster recovery.

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The function of the sacroiliac joint is both shock absorption (depending on the joint’s possible amount of movement) and torque conversion, to transfer movement in your lower body up to your spine​