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Janie's Laser Spine Institute Testimonial

Janie J. had a first-class experience at Laser Spine Institute. From Dallas, Texas, Janie traveled to an outpatient surgery center to find relief for her low back pain. “My experience with Laser Spine Institute was very good,” she said. “The staff was extremely friendly and caring. The relief I felt was great one day after surgery.”

More than 80 percent of Americans, just like Janie, experience neck or back pain. Laser Spine Institute is the leader in minimally invasive spine surgery. We have surgery centers located across the United States.

What conditions cause neck or back pain?

Neck or back pain may present as a result of a car accident, traumatic sports injury or serious fall. Most cases of neck or back pain can be treated with conservative, non-surgical treatment. Most physicians will encourage you to partake in several weeks or months of conservative treatment such as physical therapy, chiropractic care and low-impact exercises.

Some conditions, though, are not caused by a traumatic injury but are brought on by natural wear and tear. As the spine ages, it begins to deteriorate. Some people never become symptomatic while others struggle with pain. Below are some common conditions that cause neck or back pain:

  • Sciatica
  • Bulging/herniated discs
  • Scoliosis
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Degenerative disc disease

Is surgery really necessary?

Most people live with chronic neck or back pain for an average of nine years. If you have tried several months of conservative treatment without relief, surgery may be your next step. Laser Spine Institute’s minimally invasive spine surgeries use a small incision and muscle-sparing techniques to access the spine. At our state-of-the-art facilities, you will find an inviting atmosphere, caring staff members and expert medical care.

Contact Laser Spine Institute today for more information and to receive a review of your most recent MRI or CT scan.