Allentown, PA


Patients travel from Allentown to visit Laser Spine Institute

William's Laser Spine Institute Testimonial

William M. was missing out on his life due to back pain. Waking up with pain in the morning, he found it hard to get comfortable. William decided to have a minimally invasive procedure at Laser Spine Institute. “They were very friendly, explained every step I was going through; my doctor never left me out of what was going to be performed,” he said. “I felt instant relief.”

With our regional surgery center conveniently located in Philadelphia, access to spine surgeons at Laser Spine Institute could not be easier for patients like William. At Laser Spine Institute, we understand how difficult it can be to make the decision to undergo neck or back surgery. In years past, traditional open back surgery was the only real option for relieving pain, but these procedures were (and still are) costly, painful and required a lengthy recovery and rehabilitation period. The spine surgeons at Laser Spine Institute offer a more effective alternative in the form of minimally invasive spine surgery.

Choosing Laser Spine Institute

Using the latest medical technology, a spine surgeon at Laser Spine Institute is able to treat the source(s) of neck or back pain with unmatched precision and speed. In fact, our state-of-the-art instruments are so accurate and small that your surgeon will be able to insert them through a very minor incision, address the source of the pain and finish the surgery without the need of an overnight hospitalization.

These minimally invasive, outpatient procedures are ideal for treating a variety of pain symptoms, depending on the severity and pathology of the problem, including chronic or radiating pain, numbness and tingling in the arms or legs and muscle weakness in the extremities.

Conditions treated commonly at Laser Spine Institute

Each spine surgeon at Laser Spine Institute’s regional surgery centers uses minimally invasive spine procedures to treat a number of spine disorders, such as:

  • Herniated or ruptured spinal discs
  • Vertebral joint disorders including facet disease
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Sciatica
  • And many more

So, if you’re experiencing a neck or back problem and surgery is your only option, contact Laser Spine Institute to schedule an initial consultation. We are proud to provide you with a review of your MRI or CT scan, and answer all of your questions about your condition and our minimally invasive procedures.