Innovations in Laser Spine Surgery

The health of your spine is our number-one priority. The reason your spine health is important is that it impacts your overall health. The central nervous system controls every part of your body, and if your spine is unable to support the central nervous system, you’ll begin to experience a lot of problems.

Minimally Invasive Surgery: The Future Is Here With Us

Until the 21st century, spine surgery was performed using traditional open surgery techniques that involved making large incisions to gain access to the problematic areas of the spine.

Advancements in research and technology allow today’s surgeons to use specialized equipment to gain access to the spine through incisions as tiny as 2mm. These technologies have come to be known as minimally invasive surgeries.

When performing minimally invasive surgeries, very tiny incisions are made. Cameras, surgical instruments and spinal implants (if necessary) are inserted into the patient’s body through the incision. These tools are usually very small and require extremely skilled hands. OLSS surgeons have advanced training in this field.

MIS is usually an outpatient procedure with numerous benefits, including less trauma, less bleeding, less pain, short recovery times, reduced infections and reduced risk of muscle and tissue damage, as there’s no cutting involved.

OLSS Minimally Invasive Surgeries

We are minimally invasive surgical experts, and we help our patients find relief from a wide range of spine conditions including scoliosis, herniated discs, spinal stenosis and degenerative disc disease. If you’ve been under conservative treatments for the past six months without success, then minimally invasive surgery may be the best solution for you.