Patients travel to Scottsdale, Arizona, from Tucson, Arizona, for neck and back pain relief
Matt Magness, from Tucson, Arizona, lived with severe leg and back pain before traveling to Laser Spine Institute for his minimally invasive spine surgery. After his streamlined patient experience, he said, “This place is absolutely amazing. Everyone was so professional and nice. I couldn’t have asked for better service.”
At Laser Spine Institute, we specialize in minimally invasive spine procedures that have been designed to relieve neck and back pain that is caused by a variety of degenerative spine conditions. These more effective alternatives to traditional open spine surgery are an appealing way to treat prolonged back pain when conservative treatments have failed and avoiding the risks and lengthy rehabilitation associated with traditional open spine surgery are paramount.
The advantages of minimally invasive procedures
A minimally invasive back surgery performed at Laser Spine Institute has a number of advantages over traditional open spine surgery. Perhaps the most notable benefit is that minimally invasive spine procedures are performed on an outpatient basis. Because patients do not require muscle dissection, recovery is comparatively easy. Outpatient procedures also have a significantly lower instance of infection and other postoperative risks.
At Laser Spine Institute, our spine surgeons are at the forefront of minimally invasive surgery and are able to treat a wide variety of degenerative spine conditions, including:
- Degenerative disc disease
- Discogenic pain
- Spinal stenosis
- Foraminal stenosis
- Facet disease
Meeting with the spine physicians at Laser Spine Institute
If you experience chronic neck or back pain and a spine surgeon in Tucson, Arizona., has recommended that you consider surgical treatment, contact Laser Spine Institute to schedule a free initial consultation at our Scottsdale, Arizona., surgery center. We’re happy to answer all of your questions and provide you with a complimentary review of your MRI or CT scan upon request.