Selecting an orthopedic surgery center

Selecting the right orthopedic surgery center for you is as important as the decision to undergo spine surgery in the first place. The right facility should put the patient’s needs and comfort at the center of every decision with a highly skilled staff that uses state-of-the-art equipment.

Sorting through your options can be overwhelming — especially when your life is affected by debilitating pain. Laser Spine Institute has helped more than 75,000 patients get their lives back with minimally invasive spine surgery, performed at our outpatient centers across the United States. Unlike the techniques used at traditional orthopedic surgery centers, our procedures involve a smaller, muscle-sparing incision that leads to a shorter recovery period ^ for our patients.

Laser Spine Institute staff and technology

Laser Spine Institute is committed to patient-centered care, and our entire medical staff — including our team of board-certified+ surgeons — demonstrates this every day. We believe that successful treatment starts with making sure you are comfortable and confident about the decision to undergo surgery. This means an inviting atmosphere, providers who treat you with compassion and surgeons who thoroughly explain the procedure being performed and make time to answer your questions.

Our advanced surgical techniques are an important part of our patient-centered model of care. The goal of minimally invasive spine surgery is to relieve neck or back pain while lowering the risk of complication compared to traditional open spine procedures. Using a less than 1-inch incision, Laser Spine Institute surgeons can access the spine using state-of-the-art equipment and muscle-sparing techniques.

Conditions treated

The surgeons at a Laser Spine Institute outpatient surgery center are able to treat a variety of neck and back conditions, including:

  • Pinched nerves
  • Bulging/herniated disc
  • Scoliosis
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Arthritis of the spine
  • Sciatica
  • Degenerative disc disease

We perform minimally invasive decompression procedures to remove the displaced spinal anatomy that is putting pressure on spinal nerves. For more severe conditions that would normally require a traditional open spine fusion, we offer minimally invasive stabilization procedures as an alternative.

To learn more

Laser Spine Institute is proud to have surgery centers throughout the country to make our procedures as accessible as possible. Contact Laser Spine Institute today for a no-cost MRI review* to see if you may be a potential candidate for our minimally invasive spine surgery.