Minimally invasive spine surgery — find the treatment that’s right for you

If you suffer from chronic neck or back pain due to a spine condition, you’ve probably been introduced to several treatment options available for your condition. If you are like most of our patients, you’ve tried several forms of treatment to relieve your neck or back pain, with only temporary results.

At Laser Spine Institute, we understand the frustration that you’ve experienced trying to find a lasting treatment for your spine condition. We have designed our minimally invasive spine surgery not simply to be a method of temporary relief, but rather a method of treatment that gets to the source of your pain. Our advanced procedures and outcomes have labeled Laser Spine Institute as the leader in minimally invasive spine surgery.

Treatment options at Laser Spine Institute

We have two main categories of treatments available: minimally invasive decompression (MID) procedures and minimally invasive stabilization (MIS) procedures. We offer many treatments that could help alleviate your chronic pain. Please take a moment to read through the procedures we offer. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact our Care team.

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Minimally invasive decompression surgery

Our MID procedures offer a minimally invasive alternative to open neck or open back surgery. The procedure is accomplished by creating a less than 1-inch incision at the site of the spine condition and then inserting a series of tubes. Learn more about our minimally invasive decompression surgery.

Advantages of minimally invasive spine procedures

98 percent patient
recommendation rate^
Minimally invasive
outpatient procedure
No lengthy recovery^
Board-certified surgeons+

Minimally invasive stabilization surgery

Our MIS procedures offer a lower risk and highly effective alternative to traditional back fusion surgery. During this procedure, the surgeon will remove the disc that is the source of your pain and replace it with an implant or bone to provide immediate stability and relief from pain. In some cases, additional implants may be needed for further stabilization of the spine. Learn more about our minimally invasive stabilization surgery.

Other treatments for spine conditions

We offer additional treatments, either as a stand-alone procedure or in conjunction with our minimally invasive spine surgery. If you’d like to know more about the details of the additional treatments we offer, click on the procedures below.