Posted on February 26, 2015
Posted on February 26, 2015
Posted on February 26, 2015
Posted on February 26, 2015
In the past, treating back pain with spine surgery could be summed up by this mantra: It gets worse before it gets better. Treatment for routine spine conditions such as herniated discs, stenosis, and bone spurs was invasive and painful, with a long recovery time. Since the introduction of laser spine surgery, however, back patients who need surgery have more options than ever. Most common back conditions can be treated in an outpatient setting, and patients feel better even as the surgery takes place, instead of being in pain for weeks afterwards.
Posted on February 26, 2015
Herniated discs are one of the most common causes of back pain and related symptoms. This is because, as the body ages, the discs lose fluid and become naturally more prone to tearing. Although there are steps people can take to reduce their risk of a herniated disc, few other back conditions are associated so strongly with the simple effects of aging. While back pain is unquestionably difficult to deal with, it can be hard to know when to seek treatment for your pain, and when to seek surgery after a diagnosis. Signs of a Herniated Disc
Posted on February 26, 2015
For the millions of Americans who suffer from chronic back pain every year, relief can seem elusive or even impossible. Chronic back pain is debilitating in ways that people who haven't experienced it cannot imagine. Simple tasks like grocery shopping become challenging and painful; activities with friends and  children are limited; old hobbies are abandoned, and just getting through the workday becomes a challenge.
Posted on February 26, 2015
The spine is one of the most delicate parts of the body, in addition to being vitally important. Because of the long recovery time and the serious nature of the procedure, back surgery is only considered by surgeons as a last resort in situations where the benefits clearly outweigh the risks. It is indicated in cases of severe pain which cannot be treated otherwise, or when muscle weakness or other serious neurological problems are occurring. In these cases, the quality of life is usually greatly improved, and serious complications are rare.
Posted on February 26, 2015
Almost all surgeries require some downtime during which the patient must rest, and cannot return to work. This varies, depending on the procedure and the patient, from days to months. Traditionally, spine surgery has required several weeks away from work for even the most resilient patients. With modern techniques, however, patients can return to work in as little as a week. Procedures for Treating Herniated Discs
Posted on February 26, 2015

Herniated discs are an extremely common spine condition. Athletes, people who lift weights, pregnant women, obese people, and older people are all especially prone to this condition. While some people don't exhibit any symptoms at all, the symptoms of herniated discs can be severe: chronic pain, muscle weakness, and sensory problems can all result from this condition. 

Posted on February 26, 2015
Laser spine surgery is the most cutting-edge treatment for spine conditions available. This procedure can relieve chronic back pain and other symptoms of spine conditions, without the level of risk and downtime associated with traditional surgery.

What is Laser Spine Surgery?

Laser spine surgery is a minimally invasive alternative to traditional open back surgery. The key features of open back surgery are:

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