When medical interventions fail to ease spine pain, minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) may be an option. At Advanced Spine and Pain Clinics in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the team of interventional spine and pain management specialists provides many innovative treatments to help their patients get relief from their pain, including ultra minimally invasive spine surgery. Call the office or schedule your minimally invasive spine surgery consultation online today.
Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) uses small incisions and special tools to treat conditions that affect the spine. Unlike traditional open spine surgery, MISS causes less trauma to the body, resulting in less post-surgical pain and a shorter recovery.
The team at Advanced Spine and Pain Clinics wants nothing more than to provide you with the best options to help you get relief from your pain. They offer the most innovative minimally invasive spine surgeries available.
There are many types of MISS surgery. The team at Advanced Spine and Pain Clinics performs:
ESS is a minimally invasive spine surgery that uses tiny incisions, small tubular systems, and an endoscope (surgical camera) to perform various procedures on the spine, such as discectomy (removal of an intervertebral disc), spinal decompression, or spinal fusion.
Neurectomy is a surgical procedure that severs a nerve, stopping the transmission of pain signals.
The Minuteman procedure is a minimally invasive spinal fusion procedure the team at Advanced Spine and Pain Clinics may use to treat lumbar spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease (DDD), spondylolisthesis, trauma, or a tumor.
The Intracept Procedure is a basivertebral nerve ablation surgery that relieves chronic lower back pain.
A spinal cord stimulator is a device that delivers mild electrical impulses to the nerves in the spine to block the pain signal.
A percutaneous discectomy is a minimally invasive spine surgery for the removal of herniated discs that cause pain.
The percutaneous balloon augmented vertebroplasty stabilizes spinal compression fractures in the lumbar and thoracic vertebral bodies.
Schedule a consultation at Advanced Spine and Pain Clinics to see if you’re a candidate for minimally invasive spine surgery. The team takes a holistic approach to care and may recommend non-surgical interventions that support your body’s natural healing process, such as orthobiologics or prolotherapy, before recommending surgery.
However, when medical treatments fail to relieve your spine pain, then the team might consider you a candidate for minimally invasive spine surgery, depending on the cause.
For a comprehensive approach to pain, call Advanced Spine and Pain Clinics or schedule an appointment online today.