Information for patients seeking a spine doctor in Arizona

Finding a qualified and expert spine doctor or spine surgeon in Arizona takes a considerable amount of time, effort and research. At Laser Spine Institute we are committed to helping prospective patients by offering comprehensive information on the various conditions and commonly asked questions.

From choosing the right physician for you and your lifestyle to understanding the tests used to diagnose your condition, our goal is to help you make the most educated decision possible. If you have any questions or want to learn more about your condition or our procedures, contact our dedicated team today.

Laser Spine Institute’s Scottsdale facility

With locations found across U.S., our state-of-the-art Scottsdale center serves Arizona patients through the use of minimally invasive spine surgery. Our board-certified surgeons+ specialize in treating some of the most common and debilitating spinal conditions such as:

  • Bulging discs
  • Herniated discs
  • Sciatica
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Scoliosis
  • Pinched nerves
  • Bone spurs
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Spondylolisthesis

Symptoms related to these conditions can very often be managed with a course of doctor-approved conservative treatment options like physical therapy, chiropractic adjustment, spinal injections and lifestyle changes like weight management and exercise. Surgery can become a serious option if you have attempted these and other options over a period of weeks and months without finding lasting relief and a good quality of life.

How we can help you find lasting relief

If you are looking for relief, reach out to Laser Spine Institute today. Our minimally invasive procedures are a safer and effective alternative to traditional open neck or back surgery, offering our patients a shorter recovery time^ and many other advantages. We are able to perform spine surgery on an outpatient basis at our facilities, including Scottsdale, by using muscle-sparing techniques that involve a less than 1-inch incision.

We can review your MRI or CT scan* at no cost to you in order to determine whether you may be a potential candidate for one of our procedures.