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Testimonials

"My surgery was in December and I'm happy to report no leg pain has returned, my toes are not numb, and I can function with my family! Dr Lieberman is by far the best surgeon in this state. He is a caring man and really does care about his patients."

- CRYSTIE BROWN
Young Man with Back Pain


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Your Pain

Facet Joint Pain

Mostly in the back, near the middle but off to the left or right side, radiates to my buttocks, and feels like its in my hip. There is some burning on the outer part of my thigh, which sometimes goes down other into my leg.

Disc Pain

Right in the dead center of the back, and feels like a knife in the back. Once in a while goes to one side or the other. But the bad part is right in the middle.

Nerve Root Pain

Mostly in my leg. Shoots down like electricity from my back. My leg has a patch that is numb, and I feel weakness in my ankle or thigh.

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Outstanding surgeon and an incredible person. Compassionate , kind, and incredibly intelligent. I wouldn't trust any other surgeon to work on my spine. Thank you for giving me my life back.J. Marsteen

I had lived with pain for well over a year. I had back surgery 15 years ago on 3 vertebra and it took me 9 months to recuperate from it. I vowed to never have back surgery again. A new doctor for me recommended I see Dr. Lieberman and have minimal, less invasive surgery. I am so happy that I did. I am 74 years old and I have had no pain in my back since surgery. I now have my life back.Marilee Downing

My surgery was in December and I'm happy to report no leg pain has returned, my toes are not numb, and I can function with my family! Dr Lieberman is by far the best surgeon in this state. He is a caring man and really does care about his patients.Cristye Brown

Dr. Lieberman is by far the best doctor I have ever had and I have already recommended him to four people I went to physical therapy with and would recommend him to anyone with back pain.Kiandre Sterns

After years of back pain, steroid shots, epidurals, platelet replacement therapy, chiropractic, and physical therapy, Dr. Lieberman provided an accurate diagnosis and relieved my pain. He did a minimally invasive procedure, outpatient, and I had immediate relief... I highly recommend him. He truly cares about his patients and provides superb medical care.Cheryl Klaas