Minimally Invasive Bone Spur Treatment Options
Traditional surgical bone spur treatment procedures are highly invasive, require many months of recuperation and have a less-than-50-percent chance of success.
Laser Spine Institute offers minimally invasive procedures to remove bone spurs, and these procedures require minimal recuperation and have a very high success rate. Depending on the location of the bone spur(s), Laser Spine Institute’s foraminotomy or laminotomy procedures can be performed to remove them. These procedures relieve the pain and symptoms associated with bone spurs. In addition, Laser Spine Institute’s successful procedures are performed in an outpatient setting and offer a short recovery time.
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Nonsurgical, Conservative Bone Spur Treatment
Non-surgical treatment for bone spurs causing nerve impingement can include medications such as anti-inflammatories, muscle relaxers and pain medications. Cortisone injections can also provide temporary relief. Physical therapy and exercise can strengthen the muscles around the area but typically do not provide permanent pain relief.
Traditional Bone Spur Treatment Paths
The most unfortunate problems with today’s conventional back surgery are dealing with lengthy hospital stays and painful recoveries. However, Laser Spine Institute’s minimally invasive bone spur treatment is performed on an outpatient basis and typically requires a less arduous rehabilitation than open neck or back surgery. The time spent in the facility will include preoperative testing, surgery, postoperative consultation and more.