Spine surgeons help patients from Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Romaine H. encourages others from her home in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, to make the trip to Laser Spine Institute if they have neck or back pain. “Make the appointment,” she said, after she had her own procedure. Romaine was living day-to-day on pain pills just to ward off her discomfort. After her minimally invasive surgery, she can now do the things she enjoys, like ceramics and playing with her grandkids.
If you are searching for an experienced and qualified surgeon to treat your neck or back pain like Romaine was, look no further than Laser Spine Institute. At Laser Spine Institute, we understand how frustrating a lingering spine problem can be — particularly after months or years of unsuccessful conservative treatment — and that the decision to undergo any major surgery is often difficult, even if you are experiencing chronic pain.
However, the renowned team of orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons at Laser Spine Institute offers another choice. Our minimally invasive, outpatient spine procedures treat a variety of sources of back pain with unmatched precision.
Why choose minimally invasive surgery
The determination to undergo traditional open back surgery is usually a last resort for most patients. Their pain has become too much to bear, and surgery is the last viable option. However, the problem with major surgery is that it involves overnight hospitalization, postoperative pain, lengthy recovery and involved rehabilitation.
A minimally invasive spine procedure performed by a Laser Spine Institute surgeon, on the other hand, helps patients find meaningful pain relief quickly and involves a significantly shorter recovery period§ than that of traditional open back surgery.
Specific minimally invasive spine procedures are varied, depending on the pathology of the patient’s condition. Some neck and back problems that your Laser Spine Institute surgeon may be able to address include:
- Local, chronic pain
- Pain radiating along a nerve
- Loss of reflexes
- Muscle weakness
- And more
Contact Laser Spine Institute today to speak with a member of our staff about scheduling an initial consultation and to learn more about our minimally invasive spine procedures. Whether you are experiencing the effects of degenerative disc disease or a protruding disc, Laser Spine Institute wants to help.