Treatment Philosophy


Dr. Reddy believes that the path to pain relief and recovery must start with conversation and education.

“Choosing the right procedure for each patient is incredibly important,” Dr. Reddy said. “Every patient comes to me with their own particular set of circumstances and it’s my job to make sure they know their options.”

“Commitment and communication are key to getting patients back to living their lives as quickly as possible.”
—Dr. Deepak reddy

partnering with patients

Dr. Deepak Reddy talking to an orthopedic spine surgery patient

One of the very first things Dr. Reddy does is sit down with patients and talk to them about what problems they’re having. Dr. Reddy believes the more engaged patients are, the less fearful they will be. As part of his treatment philosophy, he makes sure they understand all their options, are involved in the decision-making and are invested in the process.


“We will build a treatment plan together and then I will sit down with them to make sure they understand and are committed to it,” he said.


The main goal is to get patients back to living their lives as quickly as possible through minimally invasive approaches to surgery. And at the end of the day, patients always feel better walking out of our offices than they did walking in because Dr. Reddy gives them the two things they need most…


Hope and healing.


expert, patient-focused care

Dr. Deepak Reddy performing minimally invasive spine surgery

Under Dr. Reddy’s expert care, every patient benefits from his world-class expertise and technology. Just as importantly, however, is the human care that he gives each patient. In fact, one of the first things patients notice about Dr. Reddy is that he treats them as individuals, not as their disorder.


“I want my patients to see me as being approachable,” he said. “We’re spending time together, so I want to get to know them, and I want them to get to know me. I want them to feel comfortable asking me questions.


“My patients place an enormous amount of trust in me,” he said. “Nobody wants to have spine surgery and I appreciate and understand people’s apprehensions and fear.”


“I want my patients to truly understand that I have their best interests at heart and that any recommendation for treatment that I make is centered around their individual circumstances and getting them back to active.”