About Bingham Memorial Mazor X

MAZOR X Robotic Spine Surgery

at Bingham Memorial's Idaho Back Institute


If you’ve been told that you may need a spine fusion or if you've been diagnosed with spine conditions such as, degenerative disc disease, scoliosis or curvature of the spine, herniated disc, spondylolisthesis, stenosis, or vertebral fractures, call us to schedule a physician consultation at one of our three locations in beautiful Eastern Idaho. Under the direction of Dr. Rob Johnson, an expertly trained orthopedic spine surgeon, the Idaho Back Institute at Bingham Memorial is leading the way in robotic assisted spine surgeries.

The goal of our program is to help people maintain/regain mobility and resume an active and fulfilling lifestyle.

Blackfoot 98 Poplar Street 208-235-2277
Pocatello 353. N 4th Street. Ste. 110 208-235-2277


Watch this short informational video to learn more.


  • Dr. Robert Johnson, orthopedic spine surgeon, recently performed th...
    March 05, 2018

    Dr. Robert Johnson, orthopedic spine surgeon, recently performed the world’s first direct lateral sacroiliac (SI) joint fusion surgery using the Mazor X robotic system.

  • Back on Track
    March 08, 2017

    You don’t think twice about lugging a laptop, crashing on the couch, or hitting the town in high heels. But these activities are a major cause of back pain. Preventing backac...

  • Back Pain Be Gone!
    March 03, 2019

    Back pain may get you out of yard work or shoveling the driveway, but when it becomes more than just a handy excuse, it’s time to take action.

  • Back to Basics
    February 13, 2017

    Raise your hand if you’ve ever had a backache. Your hand is up, isn’t it? That’s probably because back pain is almost as universal as the common cold.

  • Ack, My Back!
    January 10, 2017

    Back pain is like the common cold—nearly everyone has to deal with it at some point. If you have chronic back pain, Dr. Robert Johnson, an orthopedic spine surgeon, shares th...

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