Laser Spine Institute Located in Oklahoma City Helps Local and National Patients Alike
Laser Spine Institute’s Oklahoma facility is state-of-the-art. Robert Luther, an Oklahoma City local, decided to have surgery for his neck pain at Laser Spine Institute. Robert was impressed with his streamlined patient experience before and after his minimally invasive procedure. “The staff was friendly and professional,” he said. “It is a first-class facility.”
Millions of people across the world, just like Robert, experience debilitating neck and back discomfort, which can take the form of numbness, muscle spasms, tingling, traveling pain, weakness, or loss of motor functions. If conservative treatment no longer provides the relief you’re looking for, consider Laser Spine Institute.
Why Choose Laser Spine Institute
Our minimally invasive procedures are the more effective alternative to open neck or back surgery. At our outpatient surgery centers, we specialize in minimally invasive procedures that use the latest technology, which have helped tens of thousands of patients around the world rediscover their lives without neck and back pain.
Minimally invasive spine surgery involves the use of small tubes, cameras, and a video monitor that can help pinpoint the source of your spine pain without the risks of a traditional open back procedure. With our advanced outpatient approach, there is an incision that is less than an inch long, and no lengthy recovery. Therefore, Laser Spine Institute has received a 96 percent patient satisfaction rate.
Minimally invasive back procedures from Laser Spine Institute have produced exceptional results in the treatment of a variety of painful conditions, including:
• Herniated disc
• Bulging disc
• Spinal stenosis
• Bone spurs
• Degenerative disc disease
Contact us today to schedule a consultation with a physician. At Laser Spine Institute, our medical team is dedicated to helping you free yourself from pain using minimally invasive, outpatient methods. We’d be happy to provide a complimentary review your MRI or CT scan, and to answer any questions you may have about your condition and our procedures.