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Complex spine surgery is the most difficult to perform. It involves six or more vertebrae in the spine. Lumbar disc herniation is a common disorder of the spine that can lead to neck and/or arm pain. The herniated disc or displaced disc can compress a nerve exiting the spine, thespinal cord itself or both.
Treatment includes minimally invasive spine surgeries which mean smaller incisions, less blood loss, and a faster recovery. Our team is able to treat a wide spectrum of spinal conditions using the latest computer-assisted techniques as an alternative surgical option for patients suffering from a spinal disorder, such as degenerative disc disease, herniated discs, scoliosis, or spinal stenosis. Advanced technologies paired with innovative surgical techniques allow these minimally invasive spinal surgeriesto repair the spine with reduced risk and decreased recovery time.
The patient can expect the back to feel still or sore after surgery. This should improve weeks after surgery. A patient may feel relief right away or may get better over days or weeks in the weeks after surgery. It may be hard to sit or stand in one position for a period.
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