Clearwater patients find hope and relief at Laser Spine Institute’s Tampa, FL surgery center
Barbara Palmer, from Clearwater, Fla., found relief from her back pain by traveling to Laser Spine Institute for minimally invasive spine surgery. After her procedure, she said, “This is the best and most people-oriented office I have ever been to. People here are doing what they can to help you. They put you as number one.”
Put back pain behind you
Struggling with neck or back pain, like Barbara was, can be a real impediment on your active Florida lifestyle. Whether you’re juggling with the kids in Tampa, Fla., or playing in a busy golf league in Clearwater, Fla., sitting on the sidelines with frustrating aches and pains is simply not an option. Perhaps the most frustrating part of any spine disorder is that it can develop as a result of nothing more than normal aging.
Herniated discs, arthritic spinal vertebrae, pinched nerves and other deterioration can present seemingly out of nowhere. Relief, however, is available through the internationally recognized Laser Spine Institute. We maintain a regional surgery center staffed with experienced spine surgeon and neurosurgeon teams in Tampa, Fla., located conveniently on Rocky Point, just off of Interstate 275.
At Laser Spine Institute, we know that the decision to undergo spine surgery is not an easy one. Our patients come to us after they’ve exhausted all other more conservative, non-surgical options and are looking for more aggressive treatment. Even so, most patients are wary of surgery—and understandably so.
The benefits of minimally invasive spine surgery
Traditionally, spine surgery has meant hospitalization, lengthy and painful recovery and an intimidating rehabilitation regimen. However, with advances in computer and laser technology and the advent of minimally invasive spine surgery, a spine surgeon at Laser Spine Institute can complete most procedures as an outpatient operation. These minimally invasive procedures incorporate state-of-the-art, minimally invasive techniques, which allow the spine surgeon to address the problem area and alleviate the patient’s pain.
Minimally invasive spine surgery is often helpful in treating the following conditions:
- Herniated or ruptured discs
- Bulged or swollen discs
- Facet disease or other problems with the facet joints
- Degenerative disc disease
- Spinal stenosis
- Nerve compression and sciatic pain
- And more
Start your journey to relief
So if you are in need of pain relief, contactthe team at Laser Spine Institute and schedule an initial consultation. We will provide you your MRI or CT scan review. You have nothing to lose—other than your pain.