Altamonte Springs, FL


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James' Laser Spine Institute Testimonial

James B. enjoyed gardening outside his home in Altamonte Springs, Fla. He experienced severe low back pain and eventually was unable to work outside without pain. A close friend recommended he look into Laser Spine Institute for surgery. He traveled to our state-of-the-art facility for his minimally invasive spine surgery and found relief. Laser Spine Institute is proud to have surgery centers spread across the country.

Why Laser Spine Institute?

James found the relief he needed with help from the expert medical team at Laser Spine Institute. Yet with so many other options available for medical care, finding a spine surgeon can be confusing. You’re obviously looking for a physician with exceptional medical expertise, but you also want a physician who has a comforting and approachable bedside manner.

At each of our locations, Laser Spine Institute’s Culture of Care puts your needs first by making you feel comfortable, answering all of your questions and promoting patient education. We believe that the first step to healing your condition is helping you learn about it so that you are empowered to make the best decisions about your medical care.

Treatment options for chronic pain

Generally speaking, there are three different types of treatment options for neck and back pain:

  • Non-invasive treatment – pain relief treatments that do not require back surgery. Examples are physical therapy, mild exercise, chiropractic work, steroid injections, pain medications and rest.
  • Invasive treatment – also referred to as traditional open back surgery. Large incisions with invasive surgeries can involve stripping, cutting or damage to surrounding muscles. The spine surgeon will admit you into the hospital to perform the surgery. This is an in-patient procedure that can involve recovery periods of up to one year.
  • Minimally invasive treatment – when a spine surgeon performs a procedure through a small incision. Through this small entry point, the surgeon is able to clean and repair spinal damage that may be caused by a damaged disc or facet joint. Because the site of incision is small, surrounding tissues are not harmed and recovery time is reduced.

Choosing the right treatment for you

If you experience pain or complications from a condition such as a herniated disc, a bulging disc, osteoarthritis or spinal stenosis, and you have found that conventional, non-invasive treatment options are ineffective, you may be searching for an experienced, compassionate spine surgeon. If so, Contact Laser Spine Institute. Our experts can introduce you to our minimally invasive procedures. Contact us today for your MRI or CT scan review. Whether you live in Orlando, The Villages, Ocala, Altamonte Springs, Lady Lake or any other city in Florida, our goal is to help you find relief from neck and back pain.