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  • Minimally Invasive

    Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

    Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) is the latest technology available to perform spinal surgeries through small, less than one-inch-long incisions. It involves the use of special surgical instruments, devices and advanced imaging techniques to visualize and perform the surgery through such small incisions.

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  • Artificial Disc Replacement

    Artificial Disc Replacement

    Artificial cervical disc replacement is a spine surgery to replace a degenerated (deteriorated) disc in the neck with an artificial disc. The artificial disc, like the natural healthy disc, is used to replace the degenerated disc. It restores the height between the two cervical vertebrae, enlarging the neural foramen

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  • Athlete Spine Surgery

    Athlete Spine Surgery

    Care of all patients requires close attention to the overall muscular and neurologic dynamics. The importance of this is highlighted when caring for the Athlete Spine. Non-operative treatment of spine conditions requires collaboration with physical therapists while surgery on the Athlete Spine requires protection of surrounding structures and minimizing tissue disruption as much as possible to preserve native anatomy.

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  • Computer Navigation

    Computer Navigation

    Computer navigation can serve an active or passive role by actually performing the surgery or limiting the surgeon’s movements beyond a certain point, or by just providing real-time information that helps your surgeon make critical decisions on the mode of action.

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  • Complex Spine  Surgery

    Complex Spine Surgery

    Complex spine surgery is a procedure that involves six or more vertebrae of the spinal column, requiring six or more hours of surgery to correct a spinal deformity. Complex spine surgery is very difficult to perform and demands the highest level of patient dedication to be successful.

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