A 360 fusion fuses the front and back of the spine to create greater stability for patients.
ACDF is a minimally invasive form of neck surgery that relieves pressure and related pain.
An ALIF removes all or part of a herniated disc and fuses vertebrae together to create greater stability.
An anterior cervical discectomy relieves pressure and pain from the spine by removing a damaged disc.
Endoscopic foraminotomy is used to relieve pressure on spinal nerves caused by compression.
An endoscopic laminectomy is used to relieve pressure on nerves by removing part of the lamina.
This procedure provides effective pain relief for those suffering from degenerative disc conditions.
Laser spine surgery offers a solution to pain with minimal incisions and rapid recovery times
An XLIF involves removing the intervertebral disc and adding a spacer to the adjoining vertebrae.
This procedure is used to remove a herniated or degenerative disc in the lower spine.
This procedure removes excess disc material without removing or replacing the entire disc.
Minimally invasive spine surgery uses smaller incisions for less trauma and faster recovery.
A PLIF replaces damaged spinal discs with bone grafting material to allow the bones to grow together.
This minimally invasive procedure relieves back pain by severing nerve roots in the spinal cord.
A TLIF decompresses and removes pressure from the spinal cord and surrounding nerves.
These minimally invasive spine surgeries address fractured or damaged their vertebrae.