Endoscopic Spine Surgery in Morgan Hill
Are you looking for endoscopic spine surgery specialists in the Morgan Hill area? Treatment for spinal pain is often limited or, where treatment is available, the long-term risks outweigh the benefits. Endoscopic spine surgery provides patients with new and innovative options that offer greater potential for better outcomes. Recovery from endoscopic spine surgery is also much shorter and results in less pain than with a traditional treatment method.
Considered a minimally invasive procedure, endoscopic spinal surgery involves using micro incisions that are precision guided using an endoscope for visualization. The Allied Pain & Spine Institute can provide endoscopic spine surgery to Morgan Hill patients who have reached an impasse when it comes to suitable treatment options.
Patients who have been advised that a laminectomy is the only viable option for relief from spinal pain are often ideal candidates for endoscopic spine surgery. The Allied Pain & Spine Institute welcomes all new Morgan Hill patients to consult with our team for a second opinion. This could be your chance to avoid invasive surgeries such as a laminectomy, which could cause further pain complications in the long term.
Dime Size Incisions Heal Faster
Incorporating lumbar fusion (TLIF), which was first pioneered by Dr. Sherwin Hua, the Allied Pain & Spine Institute can use dime size, 18mm incisions to perform a minimally invasive procedure, which is a first in the industry. The healing time from TLIF surgery is greatly reduced, there are lower infection rates, and patients are less likely to experience post-surgery complications.
This surgical breakthrough has already provided countless patients with long-lasting and effective relief from spinal pain. You, too, can experience the proven benefits of TLIF surgery when you trust the Allied Pain & Spine Institute as your treatment provider in the Morgan Hill area.
Contact the Allied Pain & Spine Institute in Morgan Hill today to find out more about endoscopic spine surgery and TLIF.