Our surgeons conduct minimally invasive surgical procedures with remarkable speed and accuracy, using advanced three-dimensional imaging techniques. This minimally-invasive technique resulting in improved patient outcomes, reducing the average length of their hospital stay and complication rates when compared to conventional procedures.2
Minimally invasive spine surgery can address a number of spinal issues including Spinal Fusion and Decompression surgery.
Using minimally invasive techniques designed to minimize surgical impact and maximize recovery speed, we offer a range of surgeries to repair disc issues, including posterior (PLIF), Transforaminal (TLIF), Anterior (ALIF), and Interlaminar (ILIF) Lumbar Interbody Fusions. These options which offer a range of approaches to treating structural back issues surgically, depending on the the patient and the condition. We also offer an innovative technique know as XLIF, or Extreme Lateral Interbody Fusion, which may allow for a faster, less painful recovery process by avoiding surgical impact on the major muscles of the back.
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery benefits patients by reducing recovery times, as well as hospital stays. By minimizing localized trauma as a result of surgery, MISS promotes a more rapid healing process by giving each patient an easier path to recovery.
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