Imagine an outpatient procedure that can relieve your neck or back pain and help you return to daily activities in as little as two weeks. It's possible at Laser Spine Institute.
Laser Spine Institute’s board-certified surgeons have performed more than 35,000 surgeries since 2005 to do just that – bring relief to thousands of back pain sufferers who might otherwise have to endure the complications of open back surgery.
A three-year follow-up study was conducted to confirm the safety and effectiveness of Laser Spine Institute's minimally invasive procedures. Results show that 87% of patients report improvement within three months of surgery and some patients report improvement the day of surgery.
Open Back Surgery Infection Rates:
Consider, first, that with open back surgery, the average hospital stay is two to five days. Additionally, there is a national hospital average of 4.5 percent for infection rates.
Laser Spine Institute's Infection Rates:
With Laser Spine Institute's minimally invasive procedures, there are no hospital stays and an infection rate of 0.10 percent.
What's more, nearly 75 percent of patients returned to their normal, daily activities within two weeks after surgery at Laser Spine Institute.
Laser Spine Institute provides many advantages to open back surgery and fusion:
Laser Spine Institute's more than 630 employees, including 28 board-certified surgeons and physicians* and more than 230 medical professionals, are dedicated exclusively to Laser Spine Institute, ensuring complete comfort and the delivery of our "Above and Beyond" service for patients and their families.
Our minimally invasive outpatient procedures help patients get back to the life they deserve, much faster. Ninety-seven percent of patients report that they would recommend Laser Spine Institute’s procedures to friends and family.
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