Wyoming Spine & Neurosurgery features the state-of-the-art Mazor Robot® in surgical procedures for optimal patient outcomes
WyoSpine is your choice for a variety of surgical and nonsurgical options
Wyoming Spine & Neurosurgery offers cutting edge STEM CELL technology
Expertise in advanced herniated disk surgery for back and neck
First in Wyoming to implant motion sensing neuromodulating spinal cord stimulator for pain
Wyoming Spine & Neurosurgery offers the latest carpal tunnel and ulnar nerve surgeries
We were the first in the region to utilize Stealth Treon® surgical navigation technology
Dr. Beer was featured as a “Supersurgeon”on the Discovery Channel
Surgical and nonsurgical options for brain and spinal cord tumors and other abnormalities
Wyoming Spine & Neurosurgery is Committed to providing the BEST spine and nervous system care in the region.
Wyoming Spine and Neurosurgery Associates was formed in 2001 in Cheyenne, Wyoming. In this region, there was a need for careful, conservative and consistent neurosurgical care. The goal of this practice from the outset was to offer patients simply the best option to get them back to normal in the shortest period of time possible. We are careful to fully identify the problem you have. We offer conservative options and we consistently make these values our objective.
At Wyoming Spine and Neurosurgery, we focus first on non-surgical options for most problems we see particularly in spinal disorders. Surrounded by some of the most aggressive spinal surgeons in the United States, patients who chose to consult with us will find our approach focuses on how we can help you get better and not necessarily with surgery. We understand certain problems warrant urgent intervention, however, the majority do not and, in fact, some conditions are treated more effectively without surgery.
In our practice we can not over emphasize how we place your overall well-being at the forefront of our goals for your care. As you should be aware, some surgeons are just that, surgeons. We are spinal care and neurological care specialists. If we believe a surgery may only lead to the need for further subsequent surgeries, we may not take that approach. If we understand that a problem may not necessarily worsen without surgery, we will share that understanding with you so you can make an educated decision about how you would like to address your health concern.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (WYOMING NEWS NOW) -- A local neurosurgeon, Dr. Sven Hochheimer, recently performed Intracept procedure, in which he blocked pain signals being transmitted from the basivetebral nerve in the lower back. It was performed in early October at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, and the patient has reported about 85% relief from pain. He is the only surgeon in Wyoming to have performed this procedure.