Minimally invasive stabilization procedures from Laser Spine Institute offer patients in Scottsdale an alternative to spinal fusion
At Laser Spine Institute, our surgeons successfully perform more minimally invasive spine surgeries each month than any other spine surgery provider in the world, setting us apart as the leader in minimally invasive spine surgery. With decades of combined experience in advanced techniques, our surgeons offer back pain treatment in the form of minimally invasive stabilization, a safer and effective alternative to traditional open neck and back surgery.^
What is minimally invasive stabilization?
If your doctor has recommended fusion, or if you know that you require stabilization of the spine, you may benefit from minimally invasive stabilization surgery. Minimally invasive stabilization is an outpatient procedure that is performed through a small incision, sparing your muscles from being cut or torn. During this procedure, your surgeon is able to remove an affected disc, inserting an implant and bone to provide immediate stability and relief from pain. This allows the disc space to fuse. Additional implants may also be necessary to further stabilize the spine.
When compared to traditional open neck and back surgery, there are a number of benefits to minimally invasive stabilization, including:
- A reduced risk of infection
- Eliminated hospital-associated costs
- No lengthy recovery^
- 96 satisfaction rate
- 88 percent of patients return to daily activities within three months of surgery
Minimally invasive stabilization procedures
You don’t have to undergo an unnecessary highly invasive fusion procedure, At Laser Spine Institute in Scottsdale, our surgeons offer you several minimally invasive stabilization procedures to treat severe spine conditions, instability-related pain and other symptoms.
The minimally invasive stabilization procedures offered at our Scottsdale location include the following:
- Transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion
- Anterior cervical discectomy fusion
- Decompression with Interlaminar Stabilization™ device
- Cervical disc replacement
Our dedication and commitment to advanced spine surgery and patient-centered care allows us to help thousands of patients each year at our nationwide centers, where we offer minimally invasive spine surgery in a comfortable environment. Our facilities offer you an integrated experience, where all required services are coordinated for you, including complete clinical evaluation, state-of-the-art imaging, diagnostic testing, pain management surgery and post-surgery assessment.
Is minimally invasive stabilization right for you?
Help is available for chronic pain. Contact a member of our Care Team today to learn more about the many benefits of minimally invasive stabilization. We will set up an MRI review to assess your condition and determine if we can help. At Laser Spine Institute, our goal is to always provide you with the highest level of care.