- Selective Nerve Root Block
- Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection
- Kyphoplasty and Vertebroplasty for Osteoporosis
- Scoliosis Surgery
- Anterior Cervical Discectomy Corpectomy and Fusion
- Laminectomy / Posterior Decompression
- Lumbar Discectomy / Endoscopic Discetomy
- Anterior Cervical Disc Replacement
- Spine Trouma Surgery
- Surgery for Metastatic Spine Disease
- Chairback Brace
- Cervico-thoracic Brace
- Jewett Brace
- Knight Taylor Brace
- Scoliosis Brace
Spine & Scoliosis evaluation and consultation
- Law Back Pain
- Cervical & Lumbar Degenerative Disorder
- Disc Herbiation
- Infection of the Spine
- Spine Trauma
- spine Tumors
Frequently Asked Questions
How is it done?
- Consultation and assessment will be conducted by a Spine and Scoliosis Surgeon.
- For further evaluation, diagnostic imaging will then be recommended. The patient will be referred to X-ray and/or MRI Section.
- Once imaging results are released, the patient shall go to the Spine and Scoliosis Center for X-ray or MRI result viewing and interpretation.
- If necessary, out-patient based intervention may be recommended. The attending physician will explain the benefit and risk of the procedure, Patient Consent must be secured thereafter.
- The patient will then be instructed to process PHIC and payment prior to the procedure.
- After the procedure, the patient will be provided with discharge instructions and health education.
- Follow-up check will then be scheduled and coordinated with the doctor’s clinic secretary.
Who can avail of the center's services?
Patients with adult and pediatric scoliosis and other spine diseases
Who are our doctors?
Ronald P. Tangente, MD, MBA, FPOA
Ma. Ramona B. Reyes, MD, FPOA
James A. Soriano, MD, FAFN FPCS