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Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeon - Greg S. Khounganian, M.D.

Expert Spine Surgery Encino, CA

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GREG S. KHOUNGANIAN, MD
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon

GSK Spine
GREG S. KHOUNGANIAN, MD
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon

Encino, CA
818-343-4430


Spine Services

Cervical, Lumbar, Thoracic





Animated Procedures





Cervical

The cervical spine (neck region) is one of the most important and agile parts of your body. It begins at the base of the skull and consists of 7 bones separated by intervertebral discs that allow the spine to move freely.

Lumbar

The lumbar spine refers to the lower area of the spine between the pelvis and thoracic cage. It is made up of 5 vertebrae (although some people may have 6) that are stacked on top of each other with cushion-like intervertebral discs in between.

Thoracic

The thoracic spine is the section of spine found in the upper back. It is in between the cervical and lumbar spines, and stretches from the base of the neck to the bottom of the rib cage. The thoracic spine consists of 12 vertebrae, referred to as T1-T12.

Animated Procedures





Cervical

The cervical spine (neck region) is one of the most important and agile parts of your body. It begins at the base of the skull and consists of 7 bones separated by intervertebral discs that allow the spine to move freely.

Lumbar

The lumbar spine refers to the lower area of the spine between the pelvis and thoracic cage. It is made up of 5 vertebrae (although some people may have 6) that are stacked on top of each other with cushion-like intervertebral discs in between.

Thoracic

The thoracic spine is the section of spine found in the upper back. It is in between the cervical and lumbar spines, and stretches from the base of the neck to the bottom of the rib cage. The thoracic spine consists of 12 vertebrae, referred to as T1-T12.