A term used when anterior lumbar interbody fusion (ALIF) is combined with posterior fusion and instrumentation (PLIF).
The most commonly used and most minimally invasive approach for cervical fusion through a small transverse incision in the front of the neck. read more
The "tried and trusted" gold standard of lumbar fusion for all levels and for almost any type of pathology, results are excellent with an experienced vascular co-surgeon. read more
Lumbar and cervical artificial disc prosthesis insertion, allows herniated or degenerative disc conditions to be treated by retaining motion and avoiding fusion in certain select cases.
A minimally invasive transfoaminal endoscopic technique for treating lumbar herniated disc, incisions are 1-2 centimeters and patients are able to go home the same day.
A traditional decompression technique for the lumbar, thoracic and cervical spine.read more
A minimally invasive fusion technique for all lumbar levels above L5/S1 as well as thoracic levels below T5/6 where interbody cage is inserted directly from the patient's side. read more
A minimally invasive posterior approach for lumbar herniated disc to relieve "pinched nerves" or sciatic pain.
A minimally invasive technique for inserting facet screws to help stabilize and fuse the lumbar spine.
Often used to supplement interbody fusion with all techniques, instrumentation is placed percutaneously using fluoroscopy and minimally invasive technique. read more
Minimally invasive technique for inserting lumbar or thoracic pedicle screws using small incisions and muscle splitting approach. read more
A minimally invasive procedure to fuse and stabilize the sacro-iliac joint in patients that suffer chronic pain as a result of instability or disease of this joint. read more
A neuromodulation technique to remove or lower pain: an electrical paddle of leads is inserted into the spinal canal through a small laminotomy and the leads and battery module implanted permanently below the skin in the fat layer.read more