Are you a candidate for minimally invasive spine surgery?
As the nation’s leader in minimally invasive spine surgery, we’ve treated a variety of conditions to help over 60,000 patients find lasting relief from chronic neck and back pain.
Candidacy by Dr. Michael Perry
If any of the statements below sound like you, it’s time to contact Laser Spine Institute for your no-cost MRI review.*
- You’ve been diagnosed with spinal stenosis, bulging/herniated disc, sciatica or other chronic spine conditions.
The board-certified surgeons+ at Laser Spine Institute have extensive experience treating a variety of chronic spine conditions. In fact, minimally invasive spine surgery is all we do. We specialize so we can focus on providing the very best spine care.
- You have trouble sleeping, exercising, standing for long periods of time or participating in daily activities.
Remember that minimally invasive spine surgery isn’t just for the most severe spine conditions — any pain that’s stopping you from living your best life should be taken seriously. Putting off surgery can potentially lead to your pain worsening over time, as well.
- You haven’t had success with conservative treatments like chiropractic care, physical therapy, yoga/stretching or prescription pain medication.
Whether you’re in the early stages of experiencing pain or have suffered for many years, minimally invasive spine surgery can help you find lasting relief. After undergoing one of our procedures, many of our patients tell us they wish they had acted sooner.
- You’ve already had open spine surgery and haven’t found relief.
You’re not alone — many of our patients have already had some previous open spine surgery before they came to us. Our board-certified surgeons+ have experience treating the cause of spine conditions and addressing the pain that may be associated with a failed past surgery.
Don’t go another day with chronic neck or back pain
Get your no-cost MRI review* to find out if you’re a candidate for one of our minimally invasive procedures. A dedicated Spine Care Consultant is here to answer any questions you may have or help you submit your information for an MRI review.