Endoscopic Spine Surgery is a type of state-of-the-art surgery that uses small tubular system and micro incisions, assisted with an endoscope for direct visualization. It is the least invasive spine surgery available currently to provide patients with quicker recovery and less pain than traditional spine surgery. It preserves normal spine mobility because the spine is not fused with screws and rods. With experienced hands, most of procedures takes less than one hour and the patient gets back to walk around in only a few hours.
If you're searching for long lasting pain relief, we can help you with the skills and experiences of endoscopic spine surgery that is still not commonly available worldwide.
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Endoscopic discectomy, a common type of laminectomy, is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to remove damaged disc material that is causing pain in the lower back (lumbar) or neck (cervical).
Endoscopic discectomy is a modern technique that does not involve muscle damage and large skin incisions. Bone removal is not necessary and minimal. Instead, our endoscopic discectomy is performed within a small tube, typically less than 1 cm in diameter, under direct visulization of endoscope and x-ray guidance.
Endoscopic Discectomy Treats these Conditions:
Endoscopic foraminotomy is the least invasive spine surgery used to relieve pressure caused by compression from bone spurs, disc herniations, scar tissue, or excessive ligament development, by enlarging the spinal nerve root canal or neuro foramen. Most patients after endoscopic froaminotomy recover very quick and return to their full time duty in only a few days.
Endoscopic Foraminotomy Treats these Conditions:
The Endoscopic Facet Rhizotomy procedure is a true minimally invasive spine surgery used to deaden affected nerves causing chronic back pain. Almost everyone will have age related spine arthritis. Unfortunately, many of these patients suffer from chronic pain which could be relieved only with narcotic pain medication, with unavoidable problems such as medical dependences and addictions.
Endoscopic facet rhizotomy is the least invasive surgical procedure that is used to cut spinal pain nerves in the low back under direct visualization. After the procedure, many patients do not need to take narcotic pain medications or can use significantly less pain medications.
Advantages of Endoscopic Facet Rhizotomy:
An endoscopic laminotomy is a minimally invasive spine procedure that offers an alternative to a traditional or open laminotomy. It is probably the least invasive surgery for effective treatment of spinal stenosis.
Patients experiencing such symptoms may be offered this surgical decompression. During laminectomy procedure the surgeon removes part of the lamina, fatty ligaments, bone spurs, and/or herniated disc materials, relieving pressure on the nerves by giving them more space within the spinal column.
Endoscopic Laminotomy Treats these Conditions:
The OLLIF, sometimes called Endo_LIF ( Endoscopic Lumbar Interbody Fusion), is the lease invasive spinal stabilization procedure, used primarily for pain from disc degenerations and spinal instabilities.
OLLIF Treats these Conditions:
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