Bradenton patients travel to Tampa to find relief from chronic neck and back pain
Determined to have the best care possible, Regina D. traveled to Laser Spine Institute from her home in Bradenton, Fla., for minimally invasive surgery on her lumbar spine. Following her procedure, she recounted her time at Laser Spine Institute as an “amazing, wonderful and fantastic experience.”
“I couldn’t ask for a better place,” she said. “The staff always had smiles on their faces, and you could feel the genuine concern.”
Regina, like many others, had to make the difficult decision to have surgery for her low back pain. Laser Spine Institute is prepared to help individuals nationwide who are experiencing neck and back pain with our regional surgery centers. The importance of finding a spine surgeon you can trust cannot be understated, and we’re here to help. The decision to undergo any neck or back surgery is not easy, which makes it all the more important that you are confident your physician will be able to provide you with the accurate diagnosis and state-of-the-art treatment you require.
Finding the right surgery center
So where do you begin? How do you weed through the countless medical professionals in the Tampa Bay area and across the country to find the right spine surgeon for you? The answer may exist at Laser Spine Institute’s regional surgery center, located conveniently near Tampa International Airport. With highly qualified and experienced spine surgeons and neurosurgeons, plus hundreds of medical professionals on staff, Laser Spine Institute has the care and expertise you’re looking for.
All of the spine surgeons at Laser Spine Institute are experts in the field of minimally invasive spine surgery. In this branch of orthopedic surgery, the spine surgeon uses state-of-the-art technology to address nerve impingement that causes pain and other symptoms. The result is a procedure that is quicker, much less invasive and far more precise than traditional open spine operations. Because our procedures only require a small incision, recovery is much shorter and patients don’t have to worry about the postoperative complications that can result from major surgery.
Our spine surgeons use minimally invasive spine procedures to treat a number of disorders, including:
- Herniated or herniated discs
- Degenerative disc disease
- Facet joint disorders, including facet disease
- Nerve compression or interference, including sciatic pain
- Other conditions causing radiculopathy
Contact the industry experts
So if you are need of an experienced spine surgeon, look no further than Laser Spine Institute. We are happy to provide you with your MRI or CT review and meet with you. Contact us today to learn more and to schedule an initial consultation.