A micro endoscopic discectomy is a surgical procedure performed to relieve the pain associated with irritated nerve roots that are pressed upon by herniated disc tissue.
A micro endoscopic cervical discectomy is a surgical procedure to relieve neck and arm pain caused by degenerative discs pressing on nerve roots.
An interlaminar lumbar microendoscopic discectomy is a surgical procedure performed to relieve pain from irritated nerve roots that are pressed upon by herniated disc tissue.
A facet fixation is a surgical procedure to help stabilize the spine. Specialized bolts are inserted into the facet joints of two or more vertebrae, locking the vertebrae together and increasing spinal stabilization.
A transformational lumbar interbody fusion is a surgical procedure used to relieve pain and discomfort from the compression of nerve roots in the lumbar spine by removing the degenerated disc.
Kyphoplasty and Vertebroplasty are two similar procedures used to treat spine fractures caused by osteoporosis.
Lateral lumbar interbody stabilization is used to relieve pain and discomfort from the compression of nerve roots in the lumbar spine by removing the degenerated disc that causes nerve root compression.
A spinal cord stimulator implant procedure helps relieve chronic back pain. Only a few are lucky enough to experience relief from electrical impulses.
An anterior cervical discectomy and fusion is a surgical procedure to relieve neck and arm pain caused by a herniated or diseased disc.
MILD is a quick outpatient procedure, performed through a tiny incision (about the size of a baby aspirin), requiring no general anesthesia or stitches.
A laminectomy is a surgical procedure that removes a portion of the vertebral bone called the lamina, which is the roof of the spinal canal. It is a major spine operation with residual scar tissue and may result in postlaminectomy syndrome.
Spinal decompression is a form of mechanical spinal traction, which refers to the separation of the bones, joints, and discs of the back. It is theorized that this separation relieves pressure on the nerves in the back
Discectomy is surgery to remove lumbar (low back) herniated disc material that is pressing on a nerve root or the spinal cord. It tends to be done as microdiscectomy, which uses a special microscope to view the disc and nerves.
A microdiscectomy procedure uses minimally invasive techniques to provide relief from pain caused by a lumbar herniated disc.
Spinal fusion is a surgical procedure used to correct problems with the small bones in the spine (vertebrae). It is essentially a “welding” process. The basic idea is to fuse together two or more vertebrae so that they heal into a single, solid bone.