Microdecompression Articles

Minimally Invasive Nerve Decompression Surgery
Chronic back pain can be debilitating, making it difficult to enjoy the activities that you used to. At Laser Spine Institute, one of the most common procedures we perform is minimally invasive decompression surgery. The minimally invasive decompression procedures described in the following article may...

Microdecompression Surgery | Laser Spine Institute
Microdecompression surgery is another name for minimally invasive decompression surgery. The purpose of the surgery is to treat common spine conditions by removing a small portion spinal anatomy that is causing nerve compression in the spinal column. At Laser Spine Institute, we offer minimally invasive...

What Techniques Are Used to Perform a Microdecompression?
Microdecompression techniques are sometimes used in minimally invasive spine surgery that is less disruptive than traditional open spine procedures. This is accomplished through technology that allows surgeons to use a small incision and surgical instruments to remove only as much of the spinal anatomy...

What Are the Advantages of Lumbar Microdecompression?
Lumbar microdecompression is minimally invasive surgery to treat nerve compression in the lumbar (lower) region of the spine. The weight-bearing and relatively flexible lumbar region is vulnerable to developing the age-related spine conditions that are the source of compressed nerves. These conditions,...

Microdecompression Surgery | Laser Spine Institute
Microdecompression surgery allows individuals with neck and back pain to find relief without the risks and long recovery period typically associated with traditional open neck or back surgery. Traditional open spine procedures require a hospitalization of two to five days, a large incision between 6...

What Is a Microdecompression?
Microdecompression is minimally invasive surgery for the relief of symptoms associated with nerve compression within the spinal column. Advances in medical technology have allowed neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons to achieve nerve decompression without performing highly invasive, risky traditional...

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