Treatment Philosophy

Treatment Philosophy

An individualized approach to pain relief.

At NeuroSpine+, Dr. Scheid and his team know that what drives patients into his office is pain or loss of function.


“When patients come to see me, they are typically in the kind of pain where their quality of life is quickly deteriorating,” he explained. “My job is to change the trajectory so they can get back to living their lives.”


In fact, Dr. Scheid specializes in helping patients who may have been considered beyond help.


“By the time they get to my office, many of my patients have been told they will just have to learn to live with chronic pain,” Dr. Scheid said. “But that isn’t always true.”


The path to pain relief starts with a conversation. The very first thing Dr. Scheid does is sit down with the patient and talk about what problems they’re having.

“I take the time to find out what the real problem is in a very methodical way so we can develop a very precise and individualized treatment plan,” he said


Once he determines the root cause of their problem, he makes sure his patients understand their options so they have the knowledge they need to make informed decisions. Sometimes that includes a nonsurgical approach, and sometimes it doesn’t. But we know that at the end of the day, patients often feel better walking out of our offices than they did walking in because we give them the one thing they need most…


Their lives back.


“I have a patient of mine who recently had spine surgery come in the other day to thank me and I told him he made my day. He looked at me and said, ‘You made my life’,” Dr. Scheid explained. “That’s what gets me out of bed – to see my patients get better and change their lives.”

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Dr. Scheid views his job as helping patients change the trajectory of their pain so they can get back to living their lives. For Dr. Scheid and his team, the path to pain relief starts with a conversation so they can pinpoint the real problem.

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