Our Response To COVID-19

At Midwest Spine & Brain Institute, we are committed to providing the best care possible for every single patient and family member that walks through our door. In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, we have been re-evaluating protocols to ensure we continue to provide the best care possible while also doing everything we can to help slow and stop the spread of the virus.

COVID-19 Update

We have been regularly reviewing and instituting changes that have been recommended by the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention and the Minnesota Department of Health. As such, the following changes and protocols have been put in place for the foreseeable future:

We will continue to provide updates on our blog and website as we see fit. We encourage patients to monitor information from the Minnesota Department of Health and the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention as it becomes available. We will get through this together.

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