Laser Spine Institute’s Southwest regional surgery center in Scottsdale, Arizona, serves patients from Phoenix, Arizona.
Don I. experienced chronic neck pain before traveling to Laser Spine Institute for minimally invasive spine surgery. Don traveled from Phoenix, Arizona, to our state-of-the-art surgery center. After surgery, Don said, “Laser Spine Institute runs like a well-oiled machine — clearly sets expectations and exceeds them.”
Just like Don, you can find relief from your pain. Under the care of a qualified spine surgeon at Laser Spine Institute, finding relief from neck and back pain is easier than ever before, thanks to advances in computer and laser technology. While traditional open back surgery has previously been the industry standard for treating disc and spine disorders, the minimally invasive procedures performed at Laser Spine Institute are a more effective alternative.
The minimally invasive advantage
While the goal of both minimally invasive procedures and traditional open spine surgeries is to alleviate pain, the difference between the operations is stark. Traditional open back surgery requires a spine surgeon to access a patient’s spine through a large incision; minimally invasive spine surgery, on the other hand, is completed with through a small surgical incision. Additionally, traditional open back surgery requires overnight hospitalization and longer recovery and rehabilitation periods than minimally invasive surgery, which is performed in an outpatient surgery center.
Moreover, the prevalence of infection, scar tissue buildup and failed back surgery syndrome is much higher with a traditional open spine surgery than with the minimally invasive procedures offered at Laser Spine Institute. The difference is clear: Laser Spine Institute is simply the best place to visit if you experience extreme or debilitating neck and back pain.
Commonly treated conditions
A spine surgeon from Laser Spine Institute can treat a number of conditions that cause neck and back pain, such as:
- Degenerative disc disease
- Herniated or bulging discs
- Pinched nerves
- Facet joint disorder
- Spinal stenosis
- And more
What is the next step?
To learn more about our minimally invasive spine procedures or to speak with Laser Spine Institute, contact us today to schedule an initial consultation. You can also call Laser Spine Institute to learn more about our procedures and request your MRI or CT scan review.