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Option #1:  If you are planning on traveling for a surgical consultation and wish to contact me in advance by email, you may contact my assistant directly at


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Sohrab Gollogly MD
attention: Jennifer
Monterey Spine and Joint
12 Upper Ragsdale, Suite A
Monterey, California 93940


Option #2: You can reach my direct office line by calling 831 648 7200.  If you leave a detailed message, my assistant or I will call you back — typically within 24 hours.

I perform minimally invasive microscopic outpatient spinal surgical procedures at Monterey Peninsula Surgical Center, which is located in Building B at 2 Upper Ragsdale, Monterey, California

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10 years ago

I have been diagnosed with CM and reversal of cervical curvature. I have other problems including a large bulging disk at c4-c5. It’s noted to abut the cord anteriorly and there is a relative paucity of CSF surrounding the cord with mild cord compression. In my lumbar I have facet hypertrophy, lumbar rediculothopy. I have trouble walking, and my hands and feet have some numbness and weird feeling. This has been going on for 4 months now. I’m worried my conditions could be permanent and I’m scared to have surgery. Are there other options like therapy that could help me.

colleen terra

7 years ago

I am scheduled for a second lumbar fusion to occur on the 16th of March. They are saying I have adjacent joint movement that occurs in 10% of fusion patients.

My first fusion was l4 l5 and s1. This current bout of pain is different. It is nerve pain. I cannot stand for more than a few minutes and walking is unbearable. I am of small athletic frame. I am active and have a steady workout routine. However, over the past few months, I have been unable to make it to the gym for training.

I had begun massage and accupuncture over six months ago undergoing more than 20 accupuncture sessions. It actually made it worse by aggravating the sciatic nerve. My current MRI report shows a 4mm slippage at L3 l4. I could send you the report if you are willing to give me some feedback. Thank you.


Sohrab Gollogly, MD is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and Fellowship-trained spine surgeon who also performs scientific research and participates in several volunteer surgical organizations.

Dr. Gollogly completed his undergraduate education in biology at Reed College in Portland, Ore. He earned his medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine.

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  • Monterey Spine and Joint
    12 Upper Ragsdale
    Monterey, CA 93940

    Phone: +1-831-648-7200

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    4140 Jade Street
    Capitola, CA 95010

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