Back & Spine Surgery Specialists Located Regionally Serving Patients From the Greater Atlanta, GA Area
Tiffny Cannon lived in pain for years before reaching out to Laser Spine Institute. After traveling from Atlanta, Ga., to undergo her lower back procedure, Tiffny was impressed with the streamlined patient experience that Laser Spine Institute had to offer her. “All the staff works with a team approach, helping patients in any way possible,” she said. “I never thought I would reach healing like this.”
With surgery centers situated across the country, you too can find relief like Tiffny. Our regional center located in Tampa, Fla,, serves patients from Atlanta, Ga., and surrounding areas on a daily basis.
Whether you’re busy in the office, trying to raise a family or focused on enjoying a much-deserved retirement, neck and back pain can put a real damper on the quality of your life. In most circumstances, back pain will go away on its own or require minimal conservative treatment to heal. Occasionally, however, nerve compression in the spinal column – and subsequent neck or back pain – requires further medical treatment. If you’re tired of living in pain and are looking for meaningful relief, Laser Spine Institute may be able to help.
The decision to undergo any spinal procedure should not be taken lightly. Spine surgery may very well provide you with the pain relief you require, but you owe it to yourself to make sure that you have exhausted your conservative treatment options first. There are a variety of spine specialists around Atlanta, Ga., who may be able to reduce stress on your spine and temporarily alleviate your symptoms without back surgery or other invasive treatment.
In the event that physical therapists, massage therapists, acupuncturists or your physician have been unable to address your neck or back pain in a meaningful way, you might consider meeting with a surgeon to learn about spine surgery.
The causes of neck and back pain
Some of the most common conditions that can require surgical attention include:
- Bulging discs
- Ruptured discs
- Facet disease
- Arthritis of the spine
- Foraminal stenosis
- Spinal stenosis
- Bone spurs
Minimally invasive treatment
It is important to understand that not all spine surgeries are the same. At Laser Spine Institute, we specialize in a highly technical branch of orthopedic surgery known as minimally invasive spine surgery. Our minimally invasive, outpatient procedures are performed by some of the most respected neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons in the world. These surgeons utilize specialized instrumentation to pinpoint and treat the most common sources of neck and back pain. To find out if you may be a candidate for one of our procedures, contact Laser Spine Institute today.