Innovative spine care, focused on you
The multi-disciplinary team at Olathe Health Integrity Spine Surgery strives to provide comprehensive, compassionate patient care. Using innovative, advanced techniques, we can treat any spine-related problem you might have.
OUR SPINE SURGEON
The program is led by Shyam M. Shridharani, MD, FAAOS. Dr. Shridharani is a spine surgeon and has been Board Certified since 2011. He completed his surgical training at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota and University of California, San Diego. Prior to joining Olathe Health, Dr. Shridharani served as Chief of Spine Surgery for the University of Arizona and also served as Chief of Spine Surgery for Abrazo Health in Phoenix.
His areas of expertise include cervical (neck), thoracic (mid-back), and lumbar (low back) spinal disorders. Dr. Shridharani’s vast skill set includes minimally invasive spine surgery, spinal microsurgery, robotic spine surgery, conventional spine surgery, spinal instrumentation, spinal decompression, complex spine surgery, spine tumor/cancer surgery and spine trauma.
Dr. Shridharani practices team-based medicine, building collaborative relationships with patients and their support team.
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Dr. Shridharani uses a surgical robot that combines robotics and imaging navigation into one platform. It is designed to optimize patient care with improved accuracy, and enhanced safety and efficiency. He also uses a state-of-the-art surgical microscope and a robotic positioning system for precision in surgical treatment.
New | Olathe Medical Center is the only facility in the region with a new 3-in-1 robotic imaging platform for minimally invasive spine surgery. The imaging system is designed to enhance safety and accuracy during surgery. Seamlessly pairing with the existing robotic navigation system, the new technology uses real-time imaging during surgery to help surgeons determine the exact size and placement of hardware – all while exposing patients and staff to less radiation than traditional methods. By allowing a rigid robotic arm to work in an area smaller than the tip of a pencil with great precision through enhanced imaging, patients can receive highly individualized surgical care that results in smaller scars, less blood loss and fewer tissues damaged.
TREATMENT FOR SPINE CONDITIONS
– Herniated discs and radiculopathy
– Spinal stenosis and spinal cord compression
– Cervical myelopathy
– Spine trauma
– Scoliosis and spinal deformity
– Spine tumors and metastatic disease
– Cancer of the spine
– Robotic spine surgery
– Spinal microsurgery
– Minimally invasive spine surgery
– Conventional spine surgery
– Spinal instrumentation
– Spinal decompression
– Spinal fusion
– Complex spine surgery
Olathe Health Integrity Spine Surgery is located inside of The Doctors Building 1 on the first floor.