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Buckhead Spine Specialists

2690 Buford Hwy Suite 200
Atlanta, GA 30324
*Immediately off of I-85 N Druid Hills Exit

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1625 Pleasant Hill Rd Suite 215
Duluth, GA 30096

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Our Revolutionary System For Back Pain, Neck Pain and Sciatica Incorporates The Best Qualities Of Medical, Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, Decompression and Massage To Provide Our Patients With More Comprehensive Care And Do So Without Passing On The Extra Cost

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Wow, what can I say about Dr. Schenendorf and the staff at Buckhead Spine Specialists! I have been suffering through various levels of back pain for years and never thought I would be able to find relief. I never imagined I could find one clinic with every treatment option available to me. My insurance covered my care and now I feel better than I have in years! I highly recommend Dr. Schenendorf and Buckhead Spine Specialists!
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At BSS, we want you to be comfortable with your decision to treat at our clinic. Therefore, we want to offer you a complimentary evaluation, exam and x-rays. To schedule your Complimentary Exam simply call (404) 994-4489 or CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE ONLINE!


The Buckhead Spine Specialists Difference Is Offering Our Patients All Possible Treatment Options Which Saves Them Time, Money and Frustration.


Buckhead Spine Specialists is like no other clinic in Atlanta. Our revolutionary systemincorporates the best of medical, physical therapy, chiropractic, decompression and massage therapy, allowing for more comprehensive treatment options.

This comprehensive system is designed to utilize the latest diagnostic testing, ensure an accurate diagnosis and the subsequent proper treatment. While many clinics will work collaboratively with these various doctors and therapists, we offer these services on site which saves our patients time and money.

The truth is, no one way is the best and no one method is effective for every patient. In fact, research has shown that incorporating more than one method of treatment is the most effective, fastest way to recovery.

Therefore, at BSS every method of treatment is available to you in one location. Just as important, any additional treatments and diagnostic testing are offered at no additional cost to the patient. In short, you receive the benefits of a more comprehensive approach without incurring the extra cost normally associated with such care.

Whether you are interested in incorporating all of our services or you are interested in one facet of our care, BSS is the ideal place to treat your pain.

In addition we offer insurance covered massage, personal injury services, decompression therapy, muscular therapies, posture correction and even core strengthening classes to cover all aspects of pain relief, recovery and strengthening. Unlike most pain clinics our professionals work together as a team to ensure each patient the most comprehensive care.

Our goal is to provide the best of each discipline to quickly alleviate any pain or discomfort and rehabilitate the area to prevent future complications. Any necessary treatments, prescriptions, diagnostic testing as well as the more conservative chiropractic and physical therapy are done on location. Of course, conservative treatment is our first priority.

If you are ready to be out of pain, return to doing the things you love, sleep better, strengthen your posture or address your core strength, BSS is the treatment center for you. Our goal for everyone is to allow them to return to the activities they once enjoyed before they experienced their pain.

Our goal is not only pain relief but to teach our patients how to care for their injuries incorporating stretching, strengthening, core development and posture correction depending largely on the goals of the patient. However, we realize each patient has different goals so each care plan is tailored specifically to each patient.


PAYMENT OPTIONS

We accept all insurance plans for our services including massage. For more details on insurance covered massage, please refer to our massage page.


However, we DO NOT accept Medicaid.

Often times patients would like to know their benefits before starting treatment. We will be happy to verify your benefits via telephone by calling (404) 994-4489 or email us at [email protected].

We are very confident that you will find the experience at Buckhead Spine Specialists an enjoyable one. Therefore, if you mention the Buckhead Spine Specialists website we will provide you with a Complimentary Comprehensive Exam including X Rays.


Auto Accidents:

The following options are available for treatment of an auto accident:

*We accept liens if you are not at fault for your accident

*Medical payment "med-pay"

*Most third party claims

*Medical health insurance


Please click on "FREE REPORTS" to obtain some valuable free information on Low Back Pain, Neck Pain, Auto Accidents and More!

Buckhead Spine Specialists Phone: (404) 994-4489

2690 Buford Hwy suite 200 Fax: (470) 299-6558

Atlanta, GA 30324

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We offer services for:

  • Neck, Low Back Pain
  • Muscle Pain
  • IDD Decompression Therapy
  • Headaches
  • Sciatica
  • Massage
  • Physical Therapy
  • Auto Accidents
  • Posture Correction
  • Pain Relief

Buckhead Spine Specialists
2690 Buford Hwy suite 200 Atlanta, GA 30324 (404) 994-4489

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-3:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-3:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "I am so thankful that I went to Buckhead Spine Specialists. It was quick and easy and painless. I have referred him to my whole family. Dr. Schenendorf is great. It was very easy."
    Derrick M.

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