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Should you consider minimally invasive spine surgery?

If you’ve been recommended to undergo spine surgery for your condition after exhausting conservative treatments, you should begin to research all of the surgical options available to you.

In addition to traditional open spine procedures, advances in medical technology and surgical technique have allowed for the development of minimally invasive spine surgery. Of the two options, minimally invasive procedures, such as those performed at USA Spine Care, offer patients many advantages and benefits.

Minimally invasive spine surgery at USA Spine Care

At USA Spine Care, we are the leader in minimally invasive spine surgery. Our procedures are performed using a small incision that does not unnecessarily damage the tissues or muscles surrounding the spine. This offers the following advantages:

  • Shorter recovery time^
  • Lower risk of complication^
  • An outpatient procedure
  • Less than 1-inch incision

Our board-certified surgeons+ perform these procedures in our state-of-the-art outpatient centers located across the United States.

What do our procedures help treat?

Our minimally invasive procedures are often used to help treat common spine conditions, such as:

Minimally invasive spine surgery is typically recommended after patients have tried several months of conservative treatment such as medication, physical therapy and spinal injections to relieve pain and other symptoms. If you are considering spine surgery, take some time to research the minimally invasive procedures offered at USA Spine Care. Since 2005, our minimally invasive spine surgery has helped more than 75,000 patients find relief from chronic neck and back pain.

Find out if you are a potential candidate for one of these procedures by contacting USA Spine Care today and requesting a no-cost MRI review.* Let us help guide you through your treatment options so you can take the next step toward finding relief from your chronic pain.

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