ULTRA Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Spine Surgery
Endoscopic spine surgery is an ultra-minimally invasive technique used to address a variety of spinal conditions. It is well suited for removing pressure from spinal nerves caused by disc herniation or bone spurs.
Endoscopic spine surgery results in much smaller incisions, less muscle damage and scar tissue, and minimal blood loss. Other benefits are shorter hospital stays and recovery times.
ULTRA Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery is performed via a sub-centimeter incision through which a narrow camera is inserted. This minimizes disruption of the muscle and other important stabilizing structures. The surgeon is able to view the spine and surgical area while viewing the spine on a high-definition monitor throughout the surgery. Patients often experience immediate relief of their sciatica-type symptoms and are comfortably home within hours of surgery.