As spine care experts, we believe that people who suffer from spine problems deserve high-quality, minimally invasive, and advanced treatment. Our team of doctors, nurses, and pain specialists commit themselves to providing the best possible care to you, and that too under the Medicare insurance policy. We are available to answer any questions you might have and ensure that your Medicare coverage is up-to-date.
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If you have an active Medicare policy, you are eligible for back pain treatment at our clinic. You just have to be signed up for the Part A and Part B of Medicare coverage. However, there might be some cost that you need to pay subject to copayments, coinsurance, annual deductibles, and some out-of-pocket costs. So be sure to read your plan’s details related to the type of treatments your condition requires.
Southern California Brain & Spine Surgery offers both surgical and nonsurgical back pain treatments. Dr. Moksha Ranasinghe is the lead neurosurgeon who has been awarded “Best Neurosurgeon in Los Angeles” for three consecutive years by findatopdoc.com. She is also a Medicare-approved neurosurgeon and provides the following surgical treatments under the Medicare insurance policy:
Southern California Brain & Spine Surgery has maintained its reputation as one of the best spine care centers in Los Angeles. We are the number one choice for spine treatments in Los Angeles for several reasons.
Advanced diagnostic methods
Minimal Invasive Surgery
Affiliations with some of the best hospitals in the US
Recovery with less downtime
Outstanding patient care
For more information, call us at (213) 369-4583 or visit our office in Los Angeles today.
The short answer is Yes, Medicare does provide coverage for back surgery.If your doctor declares the back surgery a necessary treatment, you can pay for the surgery cost using your Medicare insurance policy.
Yes, Medicare pays for post-surgery home care. However, it has to be through a Medicare-approved home health agency and your doctor must have recommended the required care for you. Read more on Medicare.gov.