Microendoscopic surgery is the most advanced and least invasive form of spine surgery currently available.
Patients return home within hours of the procedure.
Microendoscopy involves the placement of a small tube through a one-half inch incision, and highly specialized instruments to remove disc material and bone spurs that are pressing on nerves and causing pain.
This technique maintains the integrity of the muscles and ligaments and supporting structures of the spine, allowing patients to avoid traditional spine surgery and fusion procedures and get back to an active, healthy life, without limitation.
See the Difference
|Microendoscopic Surgery||Traditional Spine Surgery|
|Incision||Less than 2cm||Several inches|
|Invasiveness||Muscles preserved||Muscles cut|
|Hospital Stay||Outpatient / same day||1 – 3 days|
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