Dr. Bomback completed a fellowship in spine and scoliosis surgery, performing minimally
invasive techniques to promote quicker patient recovery with smaller incisions and
less muscle dissection. He serves as Medical Director of the Orthopedic and Neurosurgery
Unit at Danbury Hospital. He specializes in the management and treatment of spinal
deformity in adolescents and adults.
“New technology has made this an exciting time in the field of spine surgery. We
are now performing artificial disc replacements, particularly in the cervical spine.
New materials are making these surgical options very suitable for patients under
55, while still having spinal fusion as a viable choice for older patients with
arthritis. Even in the operating room, new sophisticated devices for monitoring
spinal cord function and the use of intra-operative x-rays are helping to make surgery
even quicker and safer.”