Precision Diagnostic Work-up and Minimally Invasive Treatments.

We work with patients with chronic back and neck pain as well as pain from adjacent joints such as the shoulder, hip and knee.

Located in the Capital Region, NY, our team uses an approach tailored to each patient and adherent to established guidelines for back and neck pain from the American College of Physicians, American Academy of Family Physicians, North American Spine Society and the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians.

Dr. Ronny Kafiluddi has advanced training in the treatment of back and neck pain, is nationally recognized in the field of pain management, and is successful in helping people return to activity without surgery. Our process starts with a comprehensive consultation to determine the cause of pain using advanced assessments and diagnostic tests. Then, we work with each patient to treat the cause of pain using state-of-the-art minimally invasive treatments. Our goal is to assist each patient to the best of our ability, and we focus on minimally invasive treatments. Our team also helps navigate patients through additional assessments and treatment options offered by other specialists, including specialties such as diagnostic imaging, neurology, neurosurgery, rheumatology and physical therapy, all while keeping your primary care physician involved in the process.

Our non-surgical spine specialists are available to see you through the entire course of your symptoms.

A Variety of Pain Conditions

At 360 Spine Care, we treat a variety of pain conditions related to back pain, neck pain, and associated spinal joint pain.
Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common reasons people seek medical care. 25% of the American Adults had Back Pain in Last 3 Months. When we speak about “back pain” we mean pain that originates in the spine anywhere between the upper and lower back. The types of treatments for back pains vary, and our doctors are highly trained in the diagnosis, treatment and care of back pain.

Neck Pain

The neck includes nerves, joints, bones and muscles that are directed by the brain and spinal cord. Most episodes of neck pain, or cervical pain, are due to muscle strain or soft tissue sprain, but it can also be caused by a sudden force or injury Some neck pain improves with time and non-surgical care, but if neck pain continues or worsens, there is often a specific condition that requires treatment.

Spinal Joint Pain

Joints allow the spine to bend and twist and keep them from bending or twisting too far. Like a knee joint, they have cartilage to allow smooth movement where two bones meet. When joints get swollen because of injury or arthritis, it causes pain. If affected joint is in the neck, it can cause headaches or difficulty moving the head. If it is in the back, it can cause pain in the lower back, buttocks, or thighs.

Meet Our Specialist

Ronny Kafiluddi, MD, PhD, FIPP

Dr. Ronny Kafiluddi, MD, PhD, FIPP is Board Certified in Pain Management by the American Board of Anesthesiology and Board Certified in Interventional Pain Practice by the World Institute of Pain (FIPP). He was recognized in 2016 as “Top Pain Management Specialist in New York” by the Leading Physicians of the World and in 2012 by Becker’s ASC Review as “One of the 150 Pain Management Physicians” to know in the USA. Dr. Kafiluddi practices evidence-based medicine and creates individualized treatment plans for each patient.

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Care We Provide

Dr. Ronny Kafiluddi offers several non-surgical, minimally invasive treatments that can help resolve chronic back pain, neck pain, and associated joint pain.Our back and neck pain specialists can help patients over the age of 18 find lasting solutions for pain.