Laser Spine Institute located in Tampa, Florida, assists patients from Miami, Florida, in finding relief
Girardo Jimenez, from Miami, Florida., experienced persistent back pain until he traveled to Laser Spine Institute for his outpatient minimally invasive spine surgery. “This is a wonderful place,” he said. “It is a miracle that I can walk again without any pain. I got my life back. Thank you to all the staff.”
The staff at Laser Spine Institute helped Girardo get his life back, and they can help you, too. Laser Spine Institute maintains regional surgery centers to ensure that patients worldwide have the opportunity to speak with our medical professionals about more effective procedures available to treat chronic neck and back pain.
We understand that spine surgery can take many different forms, so it can often be difficult to know which procedure is right for you. And, although medical and technological advances have made spine surgery extremely common, this does not mean that traditional open neck and back procedures are your only option.
Laser Spine Institute would like to tell you more about our minimally invasive surgical procedures that we offer on an outpatient basis. We use state-of-the-art technology to target the exact location of your neck or back pain, so that many of the risks of spinal surgery are greatly reduced. Our minimally invasive procedures can be performed to address such common degenerative conditions as a herniated disc, a bulging disc, sciatica, bone spurs, spinal stenosis and spinal arthritis.
If you have spoken with your physician about your symptoms, such as tingling, numbness or traveling pain, and you have already tried a non-invasive treatment regimen, you may consider spine surgery. Laser Spine Institute offers several procedures, including:
- Facet thermal ablation
- Endoscopic discectomy
Find out if you’re a candidate
Our medical experts at Laser Spine Institute can tell you more about the above minimally invasive procedures. Take the first step to finding relief from neck or back pain and contact Laser Spine Institute for a complimentary review of your MRI or CT scan and more information about minimally invasive spine surgery.