J. Alan Robertson, M.D.

Interventional Pain Management located in Eastpointe, MI

Meet Dr. Robertson

Dr. Robertson is one of the first dual degreed physicians in the World; graduating from the Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1973, and earning his MD degree in 1983 from the American University. Dr. Robertson’s practice focuses on Minimally Invasive Orthopedic Spine Surgery and Interventional Pain Management. He is one of but a few surgeons treating Internal Disc Disruption with the patient’s own Stem Cells.

In the early 2000’s Dr. Robertson coined the term Anesthetic Discography, which he uses to help determine surgical outcomes. Prior to surgery, Dr. Robertson requires his patients to exhaust all reasonable conservative treatments. In addition to his orthopedic practice, which caters to victims of automobile accidents, Dr. Robertson also practices Metabolic Medicine with his wife Dr. Eve Bend.

Dr. Robertson wears two hats in his medical practice. One as a specialist in Metabolic & Regenerative Medicine, and one as an Orthopedic Spine Specialist.

As a specialist in Metabolic & Regenerative Medicine, Dr. Robertson, a former medical school instructor in Endocrinology & Neuroendocrinology, assists his wife, Dr. Eve Bend in Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy and Intravenous Therapies.

As a specialist in Disorders of the Adult Spine, depending on the needs of each individual patient, Dr. Robertson incorporates nonsurgical & surgical treatments. Nonsurgical treatment may include specialized techniques such as exercise rehabilitative therapies, advanced & innovative physical therapy modalities, specialized & individualized chiropractic techniques. Prior to Dr. Robertson taking a patient to surgery, all reasonable nonsurgical treatments must first be exhausted.

Depending on the needs of each individual patient, surgery may include Interventional Pain Management procedures, Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, or Reconstructive Spine Surgery.

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Dr. Robertson is one of the first dual degreed physicians in the World; graduating from the Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1973, and earning his MD degree in 1983 from the American University. Dr. Robertson’s practice focuses on Minimally Invasive Orthopedic Spine Surgery and Interventional Pain Management. He is one of but a few surgeons treating Internal Disc Disruption with the patient’s own Stem Cells.

In the early 2000’s Dr. Robertson coined the term Anesthetic Discography, which he uses to help determine surgical outcomes. Prior to surgery, Dr. Robertson requires his patients to exhaust all reasonable conservative treatments. In addition to his orthopedic practice, which caters to victims of automobile accidents, Dr. Robertson also practices Metabolic Medicine with his wife Dr. Eve Bend.

Dr. Robertson wears two hats in his medical practice. One as a specialist in Metabolic & Regenerative Medicine, and one as an Orthopedic Spine Specialist.

As a specialist in Metabolic & Regenerative Medicine, Dr. Robertson, a former medical school instructor in Endocrinology & Neuroendocrinology, assists his wife, Dr. Eve Bend in Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy and Intravenous Therapies.

As a specialist in Disorders of the Adult Spine, depending on the needs of each individual patient, Dr. Robertson incorporates nonsurgical & surgical treatments. Nonsurgical treatment may include specialized techniques such as exercise rehabilitative therapies, advanced & innovative physical therapy modalities, specialized & individualized chiropractic techniques. Prior to Dr. Robertson taking a patient to surgery, all reasonable nonsurgical treatments must first be exhausted.

Depending on the needs of each individual patient, surgery may include Interventional Pain Management procedures, Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, or Reconstructive Spine Surgery.


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