Back & Spine Surgery Specialists Serving Baltimore, MD
Laser Spine Institute has surgical centers in Tampa, Philadelphia, Oklahoma City and Scottsdale, and we recognize that chronic neck and back pain can put a damper on life in Baltimore or anywhere else across the globe. Whether you’re busy working, playing with the kids, or enjoying an active social life, you don’t want to waste time dealing with neck or back pain. But the unfortunate reality of getting older is that our spinal anatomy begins to deteriorate, which can lead to a number of painful symptoms that don’t always respond to conservative at-home treatments. It is important to realize that you always have options and open spine surgery isn’t your only hope for lasting pain relief. At Laser Spine Institute, with convenient locations nationwide, our team of orthopedic surgeons and physicians offers a variety of minimally invasive alternatives to open back surgery.
Depending on the location and severity of your condition, a back surgeon can generally address a number of degenerative spine conditions, such as:
- Bulging discs
- Prolapsed discs
- Herniated discs
- Spinal stenosis
- Bone spurs
Spine specialists focus their efforts on ensuring the correct alignment of the spine and reducing stress on the nerve roots and spinal cord in the spinal column. In most cases, this can be accomplished non-surgically, with a steady course of conservative treatments, including pain medication, hot/cold therapy, and low-impact exercises. Back surgery is only considered when several weeks or months of noninvasive treatments have proven ineffective.
There are numerous types of spine doctors who specialize in a variety of procedures. At Laser Spine Institute, our internationally renowned team of orthopedic surgeons is at the forefront of the exciting field of minimally invasive endoscopic surgery. Our safe and effective outpatient procedures are designed to address spine degeneration and accomplish nerve decompression without requiring hospitalization. In fact, many of the procedures offered at Laser Spine Institute are completed in as little as an hour and will only require nominal post-operative recovery. Unlike open spine surgery, which requires several days of observation, our patients can expect to return to their normal routine in days or weeks, not months or years.
If you are considering spine surgery to manage your neck or back pain in the Baltimore, Maryland area and beyond, contact Laser Spine Institute to schedule a consultation with a spine surgeon today in Philadelphia or one of our other convenient locations. We believe in educating our patients about their condition, procedure, and recovery, and we will take the time to fully answer all of your questions. Call for more information and to request a complimentary review of your MRI or CT scan.