Minimally Invasive

Minimally Invasive
Minimally-invasive surgical techniques have become effective in treating spine conditions and disorders in addition to being known primarily as excellent alternatives to knee and hip surgery. Severely herniated discs and kyphosis, which almost always called for major surgery, can now be treated with techniques that require minimal incisions. These methods have a high success rate while reducing the risk of damage to other nearby parts of the spine. This dynamic promotes shorter recovery times, reduces pain, and allows for a quicker return to normalcy.

Endoscopic Decompression Kyphoplasty Microdisectomy