Spine Institute of Arizona is honored to have our Founder and Medical Director, Edward J. Dohring, M.D., was elected as the new President of the North American Spine Society (NASS). Dr. Dohring is the 38th President to uphold this position.


NEW PEORIA OFFICE – 8801 W Union Hills, Building-A, Peoria AZ 85382

Five Convenient Locations

Local and international patients looking for the Spine Institute of Arizona can find locations in the Phoenix area and surrounding communities

Spine, Neck & Back Care

We are committed to focusing on one patient at a time, working to manage their pain and improve their quality of life

Renowned Expert Physicians

The Spine Institute of Arizona has the best team of expert physicians proven time and again with patient success

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Why are Multidisciplinary Spine and Pain options important to our patients?

When it comes to treating pain, there are often many options before surgery. Our team of experts explore and exhaust those options to provide the best patient care possible. When situations call for a minimally invasive procedure, it should be comforting to know your care team has the experience necessary to provide you with the best solution for your road to better living.

Procedures & Services

You Have Surgical Options

Minimally Invasive Surgery is a medical procedure that can reduce or eliminate back pain with results of  limited tissue disruption, and quicker recovery times for our patents. After years of training and proven medical research, our trained surgeons perform advanced endoscopic procedures routinely.

About Top Doctors

Spine Institute of Arizona continues to be on the Top Doctors annual list since 2010.

Top Doctors is an annual survey of healthcare professionals conducted by PHOENIX Magazine.

Survey of healthcare professionals

For 50 years, PHOENIX magazine’s experienced writers, editors, and designers have captured all sides of the Valley with award-winning and insightful writing, and groundbreaking reporting and design. The expository features, narratives, profiles, and investigative features keep their 350,723 readers in touch with the Valley’s latest trends, events, personalities and places while their unsurpassed, sophisticated service journalism helps them get the most out of it. Reporting which towns and neighborhoods are the most desirable, which doctors are first-rate, and which restaurants, stores, and services are the “Best of the Valley.”