Relieving pain.

Restoring hope.

Dr. Neill Wright knows the driving force behind every patient who walks in the door is pain.


“Neck pain can be some of the worst pain there is,” Dr. Wright said. “When someone has neck pain, they’re miserable and just want to get rid of it as quickly as possible. I understand, and I can help.”


Each one of Dr. Wright’s patients benefits from his world-class expertise and technology. Just as importantly, however, is the human care that he gives to each patient.


“Each patient is an individual, with individual concerns, and circumstances,” he said. “When you come to our offices, you can rest assured you will be receiving the best care possible.”

An individualized approach to pain.

For Dr. Wright and his team, the path to pain relief starts with a conversation so they can pinpoint the root cause of the problem.


“I want to make sure we know what the real problem is so we can develop a very precise and individualized treatment plan,” he said. “This starts with a conversation to find out the issues my patient has been having.”


Once he determines the root cause of their problem, he makes sure his patients understand their options so they have the knowledge they need to make informed decisions. Sometimes that means a nonsurgical approach, and sometimes it doesn’t. And although Dr. Wright has performed more than 2,500 cervical spine procedures, his goal isn’t to “do surgery,” but to help relieve the pain his patient is experiencing and get them back to living life fully.


“Surgery is part of the palette I draw from, but it isn’t the only tool I use,” Dr. Wright explained. “Not every cervical spine issue needs surgery.”

Your trusted guide.

According to Dr. Wright, the path to healing is a journey, and it’s important that patients have someone to guide them and empower them with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions.


“I believe informed patients have better outcomes,” he explained. “When patients know what they need to do achieve this, they are invested in the process and will do what it takes.”


He then supports them along the entire spectrum of care, making sure they understand each step along the way.


“My goal is to get my patients back to living as quickly as possible, whether that means pain management techniques, physical therapy, or surgery,” Dr. Wright said. “At the end of the day, I want my patients to feel better walking out of my office than they did walking in because I can give them the one thing they need most…hope.”