When spine surgery is needed, our spine surgeons use state-of-the-art techniques and minimally invasive approaches to obtain the best clinical results. Types of spine, neck, and back surgery we perform include:
During a lumbar decompression, our spine surgeons remove a small portion of the bone that’s compressing your nerve root to alleviate pain. Our spine surgeons may perform a microdiscectomy or a lumbar laminectomy, depending on the root cause of your pain.
Cervical decompression is a type of cervical spine surgery. The procedure is similar to lumbar decompression, however, it involves the removal of bone from the cervical spine or neck to alleviate pain.
During a cervical fusion, our spine surgeons fuse two or more vertebral bones in the neck to limit mobility and the resulting pain.
Lumbar, thoracic, or thoracolumbar fusion
During a lumbar, thoracic, or thoracolumbar fusion, our spine surgeons fuse two or more vertebral bones to create a single structure that limits individual vertebral mobility to prevent pain.
Artificial disc replacement
This procedure is for severely damaged intervertebral discs. Our spine surgeons replace damaged discs with artificial ones, which function like natural discs and allow movement/motion between the vertebrae.
Robotic Spine Surgery
The use of robotics during spine surgery may be needed in certain cases. This technology can help reduce pain and speed up recovery time.
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Utilizes muscle-sparing techniques to minimize or eliminate tissue disruption to optimize your outcome while minimizing the risk of future problems.