By the time patients find their way to Spine Institute of North America, many have been in pain for some time. Our team feels great compassion for those who have tried home remedies, strong medications and even invasive surgery, often with no effect.
We understand that pain can have an immediate and long-term impact on your life. It can keep you from doing what you love, and it can suck much of the joy out of your daily life. In the worst-case scenario, chronic pain can lead to depression, elevated heart rates, hypertension, anxiety, sleep disorders and other serious consequences.
Our experienced spine surgeons and providers are equipped to provide you with treatment options no matter your injury. Whether you’re experiencing chronic neck pain, a spinal fracture or a cervical disc herniation, we are here to help.
At Spine Institute of North America, we believe everyone deserves to live their life free from discomfort, and we work to bring you minimally invasive treatments so you can get back to living life to the fullest.
There are a few things that set us apart from other New Jersey spine specialists. Our board-certified specialists and surgeons regularly travel around the world to learn about new pain treatments. As constant learners, we are always willing to discuss treatments with you. That way, we can develop the best treatment plan for your situation.
Our team is also a caring group, from our patient facilitators to our surgeons. We answer your questions, get to know your medical history and work with you to find the right pain treatment.
Best of all, the orthopedic institute at Spine Institute of North America believes you should not have to go through the pain of a major surgery or through uncomfortable medication side effects if your pain can be alleviated with less-invasive procedures. We have built our entire practice on offering the least-invasive procedures so you can get back to your life as quickly as possible. Many of our patients can return to work in an average of two to three days.
Meet our team to learn more about the broad certifications of our specialists and surgeons. Request an appointment today and see the impact of the Spine Institute of North America advantage.
Providing a thorough diagnosis to know the cause of your pain
Using the least invasive procedure that will relieve your pain quickly
Providing effective follow-up to ensure fast recovery
Dr. Yanni is a renowned leader in least invasive spine procedures. A double board-certified doctor in the fields of interventional pain medicine and anesthesia, he has the professional experience and expertise required for all forms of back and spinal pain relief.
His caring, compassionate and thorough attitude to taking care of patients is widely acclaimed in his patient reviews. Currently, he leads the team of medical practitioners at Spine Institute of North America. Dr. Yanni is a recipient of the Top Doctor award in recognition of his excellent service and commitment to helping patients enjoy a pain-free and active life.
Dr. Edward Alexeev is an Interventional Pain Medicine specialist at the Spine Institute of North America. Dr. Alexeev completed a surgical internship and a residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation prior to completing his Pain Medicine fellowship, all at the Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Before becoming a physician, Dr. Alexeev was a Registered Nurse at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City assisting in a variety of surgical disciplines in the operating room. He graduated from American University of Antigua, College of Medicine cum laude and participated in clinical translational research in regenerative medicine and stem cell studies at the Cooper University Hospital in Camden, New Jersey. He has multiple publications in the field of pain medicine as well as having published on the effects of chemotherapy on stem cell function.
Salah Mohamed, M.D.
Dr. Mohamed is an interventional pain management physician. He is fellowship trained in Interventional Pain Medicine and board-eligible in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He completed his fellowship at The Spine Institute of North America.
Hossam Eldin Mohamed, M.D.
Hossam Eldin Mohamed, MD, is board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation and board-eligible in pain medicine, who specializes in treating back pain, neck pain, joint pain, cancer pain and nerve pain.
Amanda Morris, PA-C
Amanda Morris, PA-C, is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. She has extensive experience in orthopedic surgery and sports medicine. Amanda is also a specialist in spine treatment procedures that provide relief for back pain through least invasive methods.
Alexa Nappi grew up at the Jersey Shore, she graduated with honors from Monmouth University with a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies. She currently holds NCCPA certification, New Jersey State licensing, and is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. Alexa developed an interest in pain management during her clinicals when she saw the profound life changing effects of treating chronic pain. Alexa enjoys spending time with family and friends, drawing, exercising, and meditation.
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