Endoscopic Spine Surgery

Endoscopic spine surgery is an advanced, state-of-the-art form of minimally invasive spine surgery designed to provide the patient a quicker recovery time than traditional spine surgery methods.

Endoscopic spine surgery is a minimally invasive surgical method that has completely changed how different spinal problems are treated. Through the use of an endoscope, a small tube containing a camera and specialized surgical tools, it is possible for surgeons to access and treat spinal diseases through very minor incisions.
The fact that endoscopic spine surgery is minimally invasive means smaller incisions, less injury to muscle and tissue, and quicker recovery times as compared to conventional open spine surgery. Patients who use this method may experience less postoperative discomfort, shorter hospital stays, and a quicker return to their regular activities.
In order to accurately diagnose and treat spinal problems, surgeons use the endoscope, which gives them a high-definition visual image of the spine. The camera records live images of the surgical site that are presented on a monitor, giving the surgeon better sight and accuracy as they move through delicate tissues.
Herniated discs, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, and some spinal abnormalities can all be treated with endoscopic spine surgery. Using this method, procedures including discectomy, laminectomy, and spinal fusion can be carried out, giving patients an option to conventional open surgeries with potentially fewer risks and problems.

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