Minimally Invasive Procedures
There are two main kinds of minimally invasive spine surgeries: Minimally Invasive Stabilization and Minimally Invasive Decompression. Stabilization or fusion procedures replace the diseased disc with an implant or a spacer and a bone graft is used to create a stable spinal structure. Decompression procedures create more space for nerves that are being "compressed" or squeezed by the bones of your spinal column.
The procedure used will depend on your specific case, but both procedures are used to treat common spine conditions including spinal stenosis, herniated discs, sciatica, and scoliosis. You can learn more below or by contacting us directly.