People throughout the heartland are getting to know about the area’s premier center for relief of back, neck and spinal conditions, carpal tunnel and cubital tunnel syndrome, plus work-related injuries.
Thousands of your Southeast MO and Southern IL friends and neighbors have learned that Heartland Spine Institute is the place to go for compassionate care and effective pain relief. Here, neurosurgeon Frank Hayward II, DO, is best known for his minimally invasive and laser spine treatments. Dr. Hayward treats patients with kindness and respect, takes time to educate each patient, then delivers the most effective individualized and caring solutions.
For Dr. Hayward and his staff, the focus is always on relieving your pain and restoring your life as quickly and safely as possible.
Don’t live with pain or lost function in your back, neck or upper extremities. Look to Dr. Frank Hayward to relieve your pain and get you back to living safely and efficiently. Call 877.331.5763 or use our online Request an Appointment form to schedule your appointment.
Heartland Spine Institute was founded in 2008 by Dr. Frank Hayward. His vision is to provide exceptional spine care to the region. Dr. Hayward treats conditions of the spine using new technologies that allow him to minimize tissue damage and drastically reduce recovery times. It is our goal to treat every patient the way we would want to be treated.
I had a spinal decompression done at three levels. Although all pain is not gone, the surgery did exactly what Dr. Hayward had hoped it would. What impressed me most about Dr. Hayward was his willingness to have me get a second opinion. He did not want me going into surgery without hearing what someone else thought. He even went as far to tell me that just because he was the first neurosurgeon that I had seen, he expected me go where I felt most comfortable if I did have surgery.
Dr. Franklin Hayward at Heartland Spine Institute provides compassionate care to people of all walks of life. He provides nonsurgical and surgical spine care to people suffering from debilitating back, neck and spine problems, carpel tunnel syndrome and work related injuries . Patients travel up to 3 hours to see him in the Heartland; from Southern Illinois, Northeast and Northwest Kentucky, Southwest Indiana and across Missouri.