Could Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Help Your Back Pain?
Back Pain Treatment Options:
- Pain Mapping
- Spinal Injections
- Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
- Endoscopic Spine Surgery
- Laser Spine Surgery
Benefits of Endoscopic Spine Surgery:
- Tiny incision
- Very little muscle damage
- Short recovery time
- General anesthesia is unnecessary
- Minimal post-operative pain
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Endoscopic Spine Surgery
Minimally invasive endoscopic spine surgery avoids the muscle damage and long recovery times that can come with traditional methods. It is an outpatient procedure and the patient will be up and moving the same day!
A tiny video camera called an endoscope is inserted through a very small skin incision into the spine. The endoscope projects images of the spine onto a video screen. Small instruments are inserted through the camera to fix the spine under direct vision.
This quick procedure can provide relief from the pain and suffering caused by bulging discs, pinched nerves and other conditions. The best way to know if you are eligible for minimally invasive spine surgery is to make an appointment for an examination.
Stem Cell Therapy for Back Pain
There are many different approaches to treating back pain. This common chronic complaint is detrimental to the lives of many people. Those who suffer from Degenerative Disc Disease often feel that there is no hope for them, that they will be forced to live with constant back pain.
Thankfully procedures are being developed that can help rebuild and repair damaged discs in the back, effectively relieving back pain. Disc Regeneration Therapy or Stem Cell Therapy is a minimally invasive procedure that uses the patient’s own stem cells to rebuild injured discs in the back. Bone marrow is removed from the patient’s hip and stem cells are extracted from the marrow using a centrifuge. Stem cells are then injected into the damaged disk using x-ray guidance.
This procedure requires only a small incision and causes very little post-operative pain.
Laser Spine Surgery
Laser spine surgery is a type of minimally invasive spine surgery, performed through a tiny incision. Advanced medical lasers are used to perform surgeries that traditionally use scalpels or other cutting instruments.
Since laser surgery involves such a small incision and avoids retracting the muscle tissue, which allows for a much faster recovery time. Laser spine surgery is often a solution to conditions such as bulging or herniated discs, spinal stenosis, or bone spurs.
If you think laser surgery could heal your aching back, please make an appointment to find out if laser spine surgery is right for you.