Minimally invasive stabilization performed by the surgical experts at Laser Spine Institute Tampa
Minimally invasive stabilization surgery is a safer and effective way for patients to treat severe spine conditions without having to undergo traditional open back fusion.^
If you are a patient facing the decision of whether or not to undergo spinal fusion after exhausting conservative treatment options, you’re probably eager for a return to a good quality of life. At Laser Spine Institute, we understand the frustration you have experienced trying to find some relief from your chronic debilitating pain. On average, our patients suffer from severe neck or back pain for six years before turning to us for a minimally invasive treatment. We know that living a life where chronic pain and discomfort prevent you from doing daily activities can be frustrating. We also know that the idea of traditional open spinal fusion can be scary and it can be hard to know whether the risks outweigh the potential benefits.
At Laser Spine Institute, we want to help people avoid suffering and losing years of life due to chronic neck or back pain. That is why we provide an outpatient treatment alternative to traditional open back fusion. Our minimally invasive spine surgery has helped more than 75,000 patients find relief from neck or back pain since 2005 at our state-of-the-art facilities across the United States, including our headquarters in Tampa.
What is minimally invasive stabilization?
Our minimally invasive stabilization surgery at Laser Spine Institute is an alternative to traditional fusion because of the precision and care taken by our board-certified surgeons+
The goal of minimally invasive stabilization is the same as a traditional open fusion procedure — to correct instability caused by severe spinal conditions like a herniated disc or degenerative disc disease. However, unlike traditional procedures that require a large muscle-disrupting incision, our minimally invasive stabilization surgery is performed with a muscle-sparing approach that only requires a small incision.
Patients who choose to undergo our minimally invasive outpatient stabilization surgery typically experience a shorter recovery time^ and less risk of complication compared to patients who undergo traditional open back fusion.
Reach out to Laser Spine Institute
As you research your surgical treatment options, we encourage you to contact the dedicated team at Laser Spine Institute for information about our procedures, including:
- Anterior cervical discectomy fusion
- Cervical disc replacement
- Decompression with Interlaminar Stabilization device
- SI joint fusion
- Transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion
To learn more about the advantages of our procedures, including minimally invasive stabilization, reach out to Laser Spine Institute. We are happy to offer a no-cost MRI review* to determine if you are a potential candidate for one of our procedures.