Minimally invasive spinal surgery

Specialty of Pain medicine

One of the major problems with spine surgery is the multiple incisions that must be made to reach this part of the body and, therefore, the subsequent scars, heavy blood loss and the long duration of the operations. Consequently, more minimally-invasive surgical techniques are being used whenever possible, since there are smaller scars, the damage to muscle mass is minimal, and recovery for the patient is much more rapid. The results obtained in this type of operation are the same as those of traditional surgery. Therefore, minimally invasive spine surgery is most recommended for patients provided they have the appropriate characteristics for it to be performed.

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