Laser Spine Surgery in Bloomfield, NJ
Oasis Orthopedic & Spine offers Laser Spine Surgery in Bloomfield, NJ.
Laser spine surgery is an approach to back surgery that is typically used in situations of nerve compression such as scar tissue on or near the spine, a herniated disc, or spinal stenosis. When a soft tissue near the spinal cord or nerves of the back compresses a nerve, this can result in significant acute or chronic spine conditions. If all non-surgical treatment options have been exhausted, or if your condition is deemed severe, your Oasis orthopedic and spine specialist may recommend a Laser Spine Surgery to decompress the nerve.
What Happens During a Laser Spine Surgery at Oasis Orthopedic & Spine in Bloomfield, NJ?The spine surgery laser device at Oasis Orthopedic & Spine in Bloomfield, NJ is an advanced piece of technology used by our Oasis orthopedic surgeons to ensure the best results possible for our patients. During a Laser Spine Surgery at Oasis Orthopedic & Spine in Bloomfield, NJ, a small incision is made to allow the beam of light emanating from the medical laser to reach the affected area. The laser is used to remove (via heat) the impeding soft tissue that is compressing the spinal nerve, thus releasing the pressure.
Your Laser Spine Surgery Treatment Plan at Oasis Orthopedic & Spine in Bloomfield, NJAt Oasis Orthopedic & Spine in Bloomfield, NJ, Laser Spine Surgery is typically completed in 1 to 2 hours. The small incision is covered with a bandage and you are able to relax in your recovery room for a few hours. After this initial recovery period, you are able to return home to continue your recovery. Laser spine surgeries performed at Oasis Orthopedic & Spine in Bloomfield, NJ are precise in the removal of the soft tissue causing the nerve problems, making results faster. The orthopedic surgeons at Oasis Orthopedic & Spine in Bloomfield, NJ prefer Laser Spine Surgery over traditional back surgery because it benefits the patients in many ways including:
- Smaller incisions
- Less blood loss
- Reduced risk of muscle damage
- Reduced risk of infection and
- Reduced risk of postoperative pain
- Faster recovery from surgery
- Less rehabilitation required