MINIMALLY INVASIVE SPINE SURGERY (MISS)
INVASIVE SPINE SURGERY (MISS)
Back and neck problems can affect your life in many ways and finding the underlying cause of your specific issue may not be an easy task. If back or neck pain is affecting your quality of life, it is time to seek medical attention. focuses on providing high quality services and compassionate patient care. Our facility features state of the art equipment and the latest technology. Our doctors are dedicated to providing unique and innovative treatments enabling their patients to experience an improved quality of life.
Rehabilitation, pain management, and anti-inflammatory medication
Spine rehabilitation program can help alleviate pain and restore function without the need for surgery. Our interdisciplinary team of rehabilitation specialists focuses on individual needs and rehabilitation goals. In addition, pain or anti-inflammatory medications can be prescribed in order to relieve the symptoms and reduce the inflammation of muscles and tendons. The doctor will decide which treatment plan most benefit the patient.
2. Spinal Intervention
Our doctor will diagnose the problem and develop individualized plans to relieve, reduce or manage pain to help patients return to everyday activities quickly. The doctor will pinpoint the painful nerves or spinal level by using pain intervention methods. If there is a need for surgery, the surgeon will be able to know the pinpointed location to make an incision.
For patients with SI joint dysfunction syndrome, the therapy consists of physical adjustments applied to the hips SI joint, and lower back region with the goal of reducing joint fixation and muscle tension, and restoring normal range of motion. Spinal intervention treatment can help reduce the inflammation and pain.
3. MIS Spine (Minimally invasive spine surgery)
In the past, spine surgery was traditionally done as open surgery. In recent years, however, technological advances have allowed more back and neck conditions to be treated with a minimally invasive surgical techniques. The new technique avoids significant damage to the muscles surrounding the spine. Typically, this results in less pain after surgery and a faster recovery.
4. Advanced MIS (Advanced minimally invasive surgery)
Advanced minimally invasive surgery technology includes:
Intraoperative neurological monitoring (IOM) is used to monitor the function of nerves and spinal cord by using electrophysiological methods. This is an important technology for minimally invasive surgery. It helps reducing the risk of damage to the nervous system.
O-ARM navigator is an imaging system designed for 3D imaging in variety of spinal procedures. The O-ARM navigator’s high quality, versatile imaging provides the information the surgeon needs to guide clinical decision making.
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