Laser Spine Institute located in Scottsdale | Serving Patients from the Southwest Region
Keith Boswell, from Mesa, Arizona, used to suffer from lower back pain. He traveled to Laser Spine Institute in order to get the best treatment possible. After surgery, he is feeling great. “The relief was immediate,” he said. “Ninety percent of my pain was gone right after surgery. It’s remarkable.”
You can find relief from chronic back pain, just like Keith did. With a regional surgery center located conveniently in Scottsdale, access to an experienced and qualified back surgeon from Laser Spine Institute couldn’t be more attainable. At Laser Spine Institute, we understand that the decision to undergo back surgery isn’t easy to reach. A typical patient must compare the costs of surgery—namely time, money, and pain—against the benefits of pain relief. Worst yet, traditional open back surgery is all too often unsuccessful or insufficient, leaving the patient in a condition as bad as before the operation—if not worse.
The Minimally Invasive Alternative
To help make this decision a little easier, Laser Spine Institute is proud to offer a minimally invasive alternative to major open back surgery: minimally invasive spine surgery. With a minimally invasive procedure, our surgeons access the spine through a small incision in the neck or back. The benefit of using these state-of-the-art tools is that the procedure is extremely precise and it requires very little recovery or rehabilitation in comparison to open back surgery.
Conditions We Treat
A back surgeon from Laser Spine Institute can use a minimally invasive procedure to treat a number of symptoms, including:
• Local, chronic back pain
• Traveling pain radiating along the nerve
• Muscle weakness in the extremities
• Numbness and tingling
• The sensation of pins and needles
• Other forms of radiculopathy
• And more
Outpatient spine surgery can treat a variety of conditions across the lumbar, thoracic, and cervical spine segments, such as degenerative disc disease, herniated or bulging discs, facet disease, spinal stenosis and more. To learn more about minimally invasive spine treatments and to speak with a back surgeon, contact us to schedule a consultation.