What Makes us Different?

Our mission at Phoenix Spine, first and foremost, is to provide relief from neck and low back pain in the least invasive manner possible—and we do it in a patient-centric environment unlike any other in the field.

Expedient pain relief for our patients is our priority—but we’re also on a bigger mission: to revolutionize the way in which health care has been addressing chronic neck and back pain.

We think it’s time for a paradigm shift. We don’t just think it, actually. We know it. Why? Because the healthcare community has been viewing back pain in the wrong way for too long—and the patients are paying the price.

We took a good, long look at how other medical facilities and surgery center were set up, and realized they were organized largely around the needs of the physicians—everything from the first contact, initial appointments, even the architecture and physical layout of the center.

In other words, the patients’ needs did not necessarily come first…and in some cases maybe came dead last.

This didn’t make sense to us. So we changed everything. Literally.

The Phoenix Spine Difference

Imagine the perfect patient experience. That’s what we did—and engineered our entire center and processes around that vision, so that from your first call to your final visit, it’s streamlined, convenient, and personalized.

No more waiting. Some spine surgeons will happily add you to their list—and have you wait for months, up to half a year, to be seen. Not at Phoenix Spine

We are completely transparent about our procedures and will show you everything we do, as we do it.

Your safety is first. Unlike traditional invasive spine surgery, we offer our patients “Ultra Minimally Invasive” procedures such as DVR, that works, permanently, to address low back pain.

In traditional hospitals, patients have to wait weeks or months to get the treatment they need. Here at Phoenix Spine, Dr. Dan Lieberman knew that he could provide premium care with minimal wait.

I’m a doctor if I had pain like that, it wouldn’t take me 6-12 weeks to get it treated. Why should my patients be any different?

Dr. Daniel Lieberman

Our State-of-the-Art Surgery Centers

Phoenix Spine brings together evaluation, testing, and surgery in one location. After contacting us, our patients can complete their treatment course in one or two visits since our surgery centers and our process is designed to streamline your experience. To learn more, follow the picture tour below.

Welcome to the Phoenix Spine Surgery Center in Goodyear, AZ.  We are all here to be sure you have the best possible experience.  We will welcome you by name, offer you a refreshing beverage, and help you relax before you see the doctor.
The next step in your care is consultation. Your physician will carefully examine you. Next they will share treatment plan with you. Bring your family, or anyone else who is important to you. If someone can’t be there, we can teleconference them in. Once every one of your questions is answered, you're ready to head to the next step.
Follow the winding path into what is called the injection suite.
Here in the injection suite we will use x-ray guidance to position a  needle to block the most likely source of your pain.  Once the pain is temporarily blocked, you and your surgeon can be very confident that the correct source of the pain has been identified.
Blocks generally last 2-3 hours.  We will take into this very comfortable waiting room, which includes an outdoor garden with a putting green, for you to try out your block. Most of our guests are ready to leave in 15 minutes, but some will stay and have surgery the same day.
If the results of the block are excellent, then you're a good candidate for surgery.  Our nurses will prepare you for your procedure in this preoperative area.
Most of our surgeries last between 30 min and 2 hours. During the surgery you will lay on a specially padded table, and be under constant care of your surgeon, anesthesiologist, and operating room nurse. Our anesthesiologists specialize in caring for patients with complex heart and lung problems.
Once you've fully recovered you'll be ready to leave our center.  We thank you for the chance to care for you, and wish you well getting BACK IN THE GAME!