Complex Spine Reconstruction: Advanced techniques to reconstruct and stabilize the spine at all levels.
Minimally invasive spinal surgery: Small surgical incisions to treat a variety of spinal disorders and conditions, providing a quicker recovery than traditional open surgical techniques.
Discectomy/microdiscectomy: Surgical removal or partial removal of a vertebral disc to relieve pressure from the nerves.
Disc replacement: Surgical replacement of a diseased or herniated lumbar disc with an artificial disc.
Laminectomy: Surgical removal of part of the lamina to relieve pressure on the spinal cord and nerve roots.
Spinal Fusion: A procedure that uses a bone graft and surgical hardware to create a solid union between two or more vertebrae to provide additional spinal support.
Vertebroplasty: Injecting bone cement into the vertebrae to stabilize fractures, resulting in significant pain relief and restoration of mobility.