About Spine and Orthopaedics of Atlanta, LLC

The practice focus is the treatment of spine problems, joint replacement, arthroscopy, treatment of hip and knee arthritis, treatment of fractures and injuries from sports and motor vehicle accidents. Our Specialties are simple and complex spine surgery and reconstruction, Neck and back surgery, Accident, injury and pain treatment.

Dr. Doute’ is Board certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery, and a member of the North American Spine Society and a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. Dr. Doute' has over 15 years experience in Spine Surgery and Orthopaedics he is considered the expert spine surgeon that can diagnosis and treat other parts of the skeleton as well, which is a rarity these days. He is known as a skilled, very capable surgeon for most problems, especially in the spine.

We treat all type of orthopedic injuries of the skeleton, including bones, muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments. Non-surgical treatment (medicines, physical therapy, pain control, injections) as well as surgical treatment, when needed. We also provide diagnostic and therapeutic pain injections under X-ray.  He also, participates in treatment of car and work accident victims, workers compensation.

Our practice in a great location in medical community and building, just off the interstate, convenient. Office has modern electronic medical records, digital enhance X-ray capability, nearby physical therapy. Offering multiple sites for procedures and surgery, 2 hospitals and 2 surgical centers.


Hospital Affiliations and privileges

Admitting and surgical privileges at:

  • Northside Hospital
  • Dekalb Medical Center

Dr. Doute' does outpatient orthopedic and spinal procedures at:

  • Northlake Medical Center, adjacent to Montreal Medical Center
  • Perimeter Surgical Center, near Northside Hospital

Facts About about Spine and Orthopaedics of Atlanta

  • Dr. Doute' has a long history of compassionate, competent and life-changing medical treatment of many musculoskeletal problems with bones, joints, muscles.
  • In this era of care being highly specialized and fractionated, Dr. Doute' still handles most orthopedic conditions, he is a highly trained orthopedic surgeon as well as a fellowship trained spine surgeon.

Should I see an Orthopedic Spine surgeon or a Neurosurgeon?

Orthopedic Surgeon vs. Neurosurgeon

A frequent question we hear is “do I need to see and orthopedic surgeon or a neurosurgeon to treat my back or neck pain?” The reality is both sets of doctors have similar skill sets and training, so in most cases you would be fine with either. Orthopedic surgeons, however, work from day one of residency, with bones muscles nerves and joints throughout the body, including the spine. The spine is not just nerves, but a unit system of all these components working together. Additionally most Orthopedic Surgeons complete a special year or more long fellowship isolated to just dealing with surgical and nonsurgical treatment of spinal pain. Because of their musculoskeletal exposure, orthopedists are well-trained in recognizing pain from hip, knee and shoulder problems, which are frequently confused with neck and back pathologies.

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