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Minimally invasive stabilization performed at Laser Spine Institute Cincinnati

Patients dealing with severe symptoms related to a spinal condition are often recommended to undergo a highly invasive traditional open spine fusion surgery if conservative treatments have been exhausted. Due to the large incision and muscle disruption that usually accompanies these types of procedures, there is a fairly high risk of complications like nerve damage, infection and excessive scar tissue formation.

At Laser Spine Institute, we want to lower these risks by offering an alternative to traditional open back fusion — our minimally invasive stabilization procedures. Instead of moving blood vessels and cutting the muscles to get to the spine, our minimally invasive approach to spinal fusion uses muscle-sparing techniques and state-of-the-art equipment to avoid disrupting the surrounding blood vessels and muscles. This means you will have a lower risk of complication, less scarring, and a shorter recovery time.^

Advantages of minimally invasive spine surgery

Our minimally invasive spine surgery is often the clinically appropriate first choice and provides many advantages versus traditional open neck or back surgery. In the last 10 years, we have helped more than 75,000 patients find relief from chronic pain. Our overall patient satisfaction score is 96, and our infection rate is only 0.41 percent compared to a national hospital rate of up to 19 percent. ^ Everything we do is centered on offering our patients the best care to fit their needs and lifestyles. We want to do everything we can to help ease your chronic pain and take back your life.

Contact Laser Spine Institute

If you are interested in learning more about this type of procedure or seeing if you are a potential candidate for one of our minimally invasive spine surgeries, please contact our team today for a no-cost MRI review.*

You can also learn more about the specific minimally invasive stabilization procedures we offer by clicking on the following links: